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Tombow NSD 2016 Layout #3: You Are Loved

Hello again crafty friends!! I am back to share another layout I made with the goodies I recieved from Tombow in celebration of National Scrapbook Day.

I got a few different collections in my package and one of them was from Graphic 45 called Mon Amour. I don’t use a whole lot of Graphic 45 products because they are a huge company that produces mainly vintage types of collections and things. When I first saw this collection I really wasn’t too excited about it because I didn’t know how I would incorporate it into my style of scrapbooking.

BUT, since they were so nice to send me the products and they really are gorgeous, I decided to scrap a few layouts with them. This first one I decided to use photos of my son playing with the cinnamon mix we used to make snicker doodles. I wasn’t quite sure how the collection would work with kid photos, but these ones were probably perfect for it. The colors in the photos match the papers pretty closely, which I think helped a lot.


This is my final layout that I made with this collection. I recieved the 12×12 paper pad as well as the 12×12 sticker sheet and the chipboard set. I really loved the chipboard pieces and used a lot of them on this layout. The sticker ‘You Are Loved’ that I used for my title was on the sticker sheet as well as the ‘LOVE’ sticker.


I did my journaling on these 3 chipboard tags that I staggered on the bottom right corner of the layout. I thought that would be a fun way to incorporate these embellishments into the layout and also a unique way to journal. I got some of the Tombow Glue Stick on the middle tag where I was going to journal and it did NOT want to come off so the writing is a bit thicker and darker on the tag because of that. Sometimes you can’t help these types of little accidents.


I really love these photos I took of his hands in the bowl! These are my favorite kinds of candid shots. You don’t always need to get your kids’ faces in a photo. These photos speak a ton about what is actually going on. I love it when a photo can tell a story and you don’t need to do so much journaling.


You can find my process video below or on YouTube here.

Thanks so much for stopping by!! If you haven’t seen my other NSD post about my challenge and the prize you can win, head to THIS post and read more about it! The deadline to enter my challenges is tonight (Monday May 9th) at midnight EST!

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