I love this

This is a page that inspired by Scrap-it-lah November challenge, Scrapbook Challenges play on words challenge and a sketch from Color Me Daisy.

Scrap-it-lah challenge is to “Please scrap a layout with the title comprising of the letters – “S”, “I” and “L” which are the acronyms of Scrap-it-Lah.”
Where else for Scrapbook Challenges is “to make a play on words with you title. You may use stamps, die cuts, cut outs, chipboard, and so many more. Any subject, any size, any type of project as long as it follows the challenge.”
And Color Me Daisy sketch is as below:

So, I’m incorporating all three things in one layout since they are not about the same thing, and it help a lot in doing this page and it is fun too!

This is us during my trip over to Shenzhen recently, taken in the restaurant at the air-port.

Have long didn’t use that swirl stamp from Inkadinkado that I bought from Scrap-n-crop. I’ve misted the heart shape that I cut out from Urban Lily paper, then ink the edges and stamp on it using white ink. Love how it turns out.

Yup, after 7 years of marriage, we are still in love. Especially after the recent trip. Now I know how important that is to our relationship, we should really spend quality “us” time together more than anything else.
I’m loving this layout and am displaying it in my office now. 😉
Product used: Humbly print rub-on, Pink Paisley and American Craft letter stickers, K&Co Urban Rhapsody PP, Prima flowers, Kaiser Craft blings, Fancy Pants Delight PP, Urban Lily, Tsukineko Dew Drop ink, Inkadinkado swirl stamp, Petaloo Mulberry Street Flowers.

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