A Smile Tells It All

I must send out a big thank you to Melinda Spinks for allowing us to share her beautiful layout with you today. I highly recommend visiting her blog The Scrap Farm to see more of her amazing designs. You will truly be inspired.

These sweet flair badges (Greatest View) with a small banner where you can add your own sentiment simply by using a rub-on or small alpha stickers are adorable. Melinda added the word ‘Moments’ to this little badge with a rub-on which went on effortlessly.

I love this saying “Enjoy the little things, for one day you will look back and realise they were the big things” So very true…

Pan Pastels were used to add a soft hint of colour to the WOW (Words or Whatever) chipboard title piece. I must say I’m a bit of a fan at having my title all mapped out for me!  I love the twine with silver or gold thread it adds just the right amount of sparkle without being too obvious.

Sequins hold such specials memories from way back when I was a child and used to play in the dress-up box full of the most amazing gowns adorned with sequins and beads. How sweet do they look scattered onto pretty paper?

My Hope is to inspire you to be fearless when it comes to your creativity, to try new things and most important to a have fun!
Thanks so much for visiting, have a great day.

Supplies Used:

  • In the Garden  (Teresa Collins  Sweet Afternoon collection $0.99)
  • At the Picnic  (Teresa Collins  Sweet Afternoon collection $0.99)
  • Flying Kites  (Teresa Collins  Sweet Afternoon collection $0.99)
In The Garden Teresa Collins     At The Picnic     Flying Kites Teresa Collins
  • With a Book  (Teresa Collins  Sweet Afternoon collection $0.99)
  • Going Downtown  (Teresa Collins  Sweet Afternoon collection $0.99)
  • By the Pond  (Teresa Collins  Sweet Afternoon collection $0.99)
With a Book Teresa Collins     GOing Downtown Teresa Collins     By The Pond Teresa Collins     
Amy Tangerine Date Stamp
Sweet Afternoon Brads     Sweet Afternoon Die Cuts     Kaiser Craft Rub Ons
 Flair Button    Silver twine
WOW Words      Martha Stewart Border Punch     Pan Pastels
 From my own stash: Embroidery Thread