Berry Sweet Girl

What a precious layout for such a precious little girl.  I discovered this fun layout while searching on Pinterest and wanted to share this with you.   Jinny Newlin created this adorable layout.  Be sure and visit her blog Soaring to see more of her wonderful designs.

Berry Sweet Girl

This layout boasts the darling strawberry stamp and coordinating sentiment that comes from Market Street Stamps.  They were stamped in connected scallops, in Rose Red Ink.  What a fun way of using your stamps on a layout.

Berry Sweet Girl

 Coordinating with three different patterned papers, they were slightly laid over the connected scalloped vine. Sewn with black thread in a straight, and zig-zag stitch.

Berry Sweet Girl

After adhering my pictures, which were framed with textured ivory cardstock, I then dressed them up with hand cut flowers from floral paper. Adding chipboard flowers to them, I then embellished them with pearls.

 Berry Sweet Girl

Using the little sentiment “berry sweet” I placed it on a scalloped label from my stash.

Berry Sweet Girl

 I created a little banner to adhere the layered chipboard elements. I dressed up its outside corners with a couple of hemp twine bows, and embellished them with pearls. To finish off the layout I inked the edges of the base page itself with Tea Dye and Antique Linen inks.

Creativity involves breaking out of your traditional style.  Take a look at your project in a different way, and never hesitate to try something new.

Thank You for visiting and Have a Wonderful Day!



Chiffon Cardstock from Bazzil     Fancy Flora Paper from Echo Park   Designer Solids Paper from Echo Park

Strawberries and Woodgrain Paper from Crate PaperOn Trend Sensation from Crate Paper


Berry Sweet Stamp Set from Market Street Stamps


Rose Red Classic Ink from Stampin Up     Basic Black Classic Ink from Stampin Up     Jet Black  Ink Pad by StazOn

Antique Linen Distress Ink by Ranger


Graceful Layered Chipboard from Echo Park  Lawn Fawn Hemp Cord  Arch Scallop Punch from EK Success

Miss Nelly Pearls from Kaiser Kraft

Product Used (Not Shown):

  • Black Thread
  • Sewing Machine
  • Foam Tape

One thought on “Berry Sweet Girl

  1. Jinny Newlin says:

    Eeek! It seems like such a long time ago that I took those sweet pics of my baby girl! Thank you so much for sharing my layout! I so enjoyed designing with this kit! HUGS!

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