Vacation layout using WRMK tools

Are you ready for Summer, vacation and a ton of new photos to scrap…? Well I sure am and today I brought myself into Summer mood by creating a vacation layout and using my cute little WR “helpers”… 🙂

For this layout, I wanted to use as many WR tools as I could… 😉 I went with the Obed Marshall BUENOS DIAS collection, because I thought it would fit the theme perfectly!

Last weekend, I spend some days in Milan with my friend and she wanted to show me a cool place where we could have dinner. Even though I’ve been in Milan a LOT of times, I’ve never seen this place. After all this time where restaurants needed to be closed, curfew and no traveling, it felt SO GOOD to be back in another country and seeing so many people on the streets. I decided to scrap this brand new vacation photo, since it’s been a while that I took one.

To create a border for my layout, I used the All-In-One Tool. It’s so easy and fast to cut down your papers to the size you need them to be and also to cut out the middle part of a sheet of paper perfectly.

As a main embellishment on the layout, I created a paper-pieced and hand-stitched camera. For the lens, I wanted to create a shaker pocket. With both of the multi-punches, I made some confetti and included it in the lens… such a fun detail! The multi-punches are so amazing, you can punch out circles, squares, dots, sprinkles, hearts, stars and more… LOVE them!!

I also love the little cutie called Mini Evolution, a mini die-cutting machine. It’s so practical and easy to use. I took Obed’s metal dies included in his collection and cut out some ice-cream cones and some flowers.

Banners are a must on a fun and happy layout. I used the new 3-in-1 punch for banners and created five 1 1/2 inch banners to add to my page. Did you know that with these new punches you can create 3 different sized banners and tags? AWESOME!!! 🙂

To finish this layout, I added ephemera flowers, Thickers for the title, enamel dots, foam stars and puffy embossed stickers. I love how it turned out and how easy it was to make it all come together with the WR tools.

I hope you enjoyed the process and are inspired to start scrapping vacation photos.

Thank you so much for stopping by,

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