Thursday, July 10, 2014

Happy Summer by Shannon

Today we welcome Shannon Morgan back to the SRM Design Team.  She's one of the **Emeritus** members.  Sometimes when you start using SRM Stickers you become addicted and this was the case with Shannon!  She's hooked!  

When Shannon plays with paper and stickers the results are magical!  I would love to watch her work on a layout or card as she layers so many wonderful little details into her project.  This summer layout is no exception with fabulous photos of her kids playing in summer.    

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I love how Shannon puts SRM Stickers right onto her photo.  They melt down onto any surface as if they are printed on that surface, even photos.  And she loves the impact of the sticker without losing the effect of any of the photo.

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Shannon loves how she can layer with SRM and loves the look of vellum in the mix.  YUM!

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The use of SRM Borders and Sticker Stitches are so much fun on this layout!

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Love the way the SRM Sticker looks mounted on vellum with that "Sunny Smiles" sticker. 

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For Shannon, crafting is in the details but the overall effect is so free and fun!  Hope that you'll try some of Shannon's techniques on your next layout.  Click on each photo to enlarge so you can see every detail!

Here are the stickers that Shannon used on this layout:


Annette Allen said...

so totally fun.. each picture is extra special.. love it

Diane Jaquay said...

Those stickers were just MADE for your fun, summertime pictures, LOVE!!!

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Christine said...

Great layout!!!!

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