Let’s Travel

If you’re in need of layout inspiration and embellishment ideas then this layout will fit the bill!!

Monique Liedtke

Hi everyone! It’s Monique with once again a travel layout to share. I just can’t get enough of the Happy Traveler collection! The bright colors are so “me” and the designs are perfect for just any travel photo I’ve got!

For this layout I used photos of a recent trip to London. London is one of my favorite cities to visit and lucky for me it’s only an hour’s flight away. Last August my daughter and I accompanied our American aunt and uncle there and had an awesome time.

Public transport in this city is awesome. You can either choose the underground, the red double-decker buses or the (black) cabs. We used all of them! Like this one day when we took the “hop-on, hop-off” bus and saw all the important sites in the city, or the evening when we went to see the musical Jersey Boys and used a black cab to take us there and back to the hotel. So when I saw the wood veneers belonging to this Imaginisce collection, I could believe my luck! There were both a London bus AND a (black) cab! You understand that I just had to include them on my page!

I also adore all the die-cuts and puffy stickers belonging to the Happy Traveler collection! To cut the title I used my Silhouette Cameo.

Being on Imaginisce’s design team has a lot of perks, like getting all the fabulous tools Imaginisce carries! I’ve always got them nearby when I’m scrapping! Like the D-Stress Tool, which I use to smoothen many of my cut files.

Supplies:

Imaginisce: patterned paper, wood veneers, die-cuts, puffy stickers (Happy Traveler). Tools: Imaginisce cordless D-Stress Tool (engraver & paper edger).
Other: Silhouette Cameo, cutting files from Kerri Bradford (travel) and The Cut Shoppe (let’s).
This is it for today! Hope I’ve been able to inspire you a little bit!
Thank you so much for stopping by our blog today!
xoxo

Source: Imaginisce

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