“Never Stop Exploring” by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg

"Never Stop Exploring" by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg

Welcome back on the blog. Today I am sharing this layout featuring some of your older favourites using the stunning “Captured Adventures” collection, in combination with some of our more recent Archival Board designs, Wishing Bubbles, and lots of flowers.

"Never Stop Exploring" by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg
“Never Stop Exploring” by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg

I started off by stamping randomly on the background, using the “Sand and Sea Lighthouse” Stamp Set. It’s very subtle, but created just enough texture around my focus area.

"Never Stop Exploring" by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg

Next I created a photo base using 49 And Market Burlap, [email protected] roots, and medical gauze. As you can see I added lots of flowers to surround my photo.

"Never Stop Exploring" by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg

I added small pieces of Archival Board to match the theme. I then painted my title using 13arts paints to allow it to stand out amongst the rest of my embellishments, matching the colour of my flowers. Last but not least I added a few finishing touches using beautiful new Wishing Bubbles, 3D Balls, Mica and course glitter.

Products I Used:

CA-87377-The-Journey
Captured Adventure -The Journey

AB-88695 Never Stop Exploring Archival Chipboard
Never Stop Exploring Archival Chipboard

SS-86639 Sand and Sea Lighthouse Stamp
Sand and Sea Lighthouse Stamp

Burlap Ribbon Roll - Cream 4" X 1m RB 84376
Burlap Ribbon Roll – Cream 4″ X 1m

VS-87032-Vintage-Shades-Botanical-Blends-Blue
Vintage Shades Botanical Blends – Blue

BB-86950-Botanical-Blends-Snow
Botanical Blends – Snow

BB-86165 Blossom Blends - Sea Breeze
Blossom Blends – Sea Breeze

WB-88268-Wishing-Bubbles-Limeade
Wishing Bubbles -Limeade

Thank you so much for visiting us today. I hope you enjoyed your time here and that you will feel inspired to dig up some of your older papers that you may have saved for a special occasion.

Till next time, have fun creating.

Check out Anguree’s blog for more of her work!