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“Always Believe” by Antonia Moreno

"Always Believe" by Antonia Moreno

Hello everyone! Antonia with you today sharing a new layout I created with the “Vintage Remnants” Collection and its Laser Cut sheets. This time I felt like creating a vintage style was too dark for spring, so I decided to add some color that pops out from the layout thanks to our beloved flowers. 🙂

"Always Believe" by Antonia Moreno
“Always Believe” by Antonia Moreno
The photo reminded me the time we are at home in winter, wishing to go out and enjoy the good weather, so I decided to work with brown colors. Background paper was the key point of that. Don’t you think it’s perfect for this project? I stamped it, stamped ink and added embossing powders onto white texture paste to create a new kind of texture.

"Always Believe" by Antonia Moreno

And you know that one of my main obsessions when making layouts is layering. So laser cut sheets were perfect for emphasizing the main focus. To give interest, I chose Cashmere Stargazers and Cantaloupe Blossom Blends.

"Always Believe" by Antonia Moreno

Here is a short process video I made for you, I hope you enjoy it.


Products I Used:

VRP-87988 Paper No 01
Vintage Remnants –  Paper No 01

Vintage Remnants – Frame Set No 01 

AB-86707 6x6 Archival Board - Love (White)
6×6 Archival Board – Love (White)
Gabi's Hibiscus Stamp Set
Gabi’s Hibiscus Stamp Set

Gabi's Textures Stamp Set
Gabi’s Textures Stamp Set

PB-87681 Pascale's Rations Stamp Set
Pascale’s Rations Stamp Set

SG-87193 Stargazers - Cashmere
Stargazers – Cashmere

BB-86219 Blossom Blends - Cantaloupe
Blossom Blends – Cantaloupe

BP-87049-Botanical-Potpourri-Hazelnut
Botanical Potpourri -Hazelnut

Other Products Used:

  • Ranger Distress Ink – Vintage
  • Lindy’s Stamp Gang – Milk Chocolate Brown Shimmer Spray
  • Dusty Attic Chipboard – Decorative Frame #5, Mini Decorative Scroll, Word Pack #4, Mini Tags 3 – Black, and Mini Words #1
  • Dusty Attic Crosshatch Stencil
Thanks for stopping by. See you in a couple of weeks with a new layout.

Check out Antonia’s blog for more of her creations!