Wednesday, September 6, 2017

THREE gorgeous layouts - July Wayfarer kit

Hi fellow scrappers!  Sharon here today to share another layout that I made with the beautiful July Scraps of Darkness "Wayfarer" kit!

Here's my layout  . . . "Go Where Your Dreams Take You:"

This is the fifth layout that I made with this versatile kit!!!  It is chock full of amazing papers and items.  The background "Seascape" paper is from the Blue Fern Studios' Wanderlust Collection.  I found this paper to be perfect for my photo of Anne in the ocean at Atlantic City.  (We were just there this past week and had a wonderful time!)

I enjoyed using some of my die cuts with the Cardstock add-on to create a little scene.  I also used the chipboard frame from the Main kit, the crackle template and embossing powder from the Creativity add-on, and fussy cut the ferns from the Coordinating paper add-on  - the papers are from the 49 and Market Vintage Artistry Collection. You will find that they go perfectly with all of the elements of the main kit!!

Here are some close-ups:

I had a lot of fun making this layout, and my daughter Anne absolutely loves the page.  I hope you get a chance to check out the Scraps of Darkness store - there are all kinds of scrappy goodies there . . .  and information about the kit club memberships!

 This is my first month as a designer for Scraps of Darkness and was blown away when I received my first kit!   I am making my 6th and 7th layouts, and still have lots of papers and scrapping goodies left to make even more . . .

Here are my latest pages . . .

I Love New York:

Give your Dreams Wings to Fly:

Everything on these pages was made with elements from the kit and the add-ons!  (I also used some die cuts from my stash.)

Thank you so much for stopping by today to check out Scraps of Darkness.  I hope you have as much fun creating with these amazing kits as I have had with this one!


  1. Awesome layouts Sharon! I absolutely love your whimsical style and everything you have created with this kit.

  2. Love it ! Can you tell me how you made the dragon flies ?

    1. Hi Nancy! I am sorry it took me so long to get back to you! I didn't make the dragonflies - they came in the elements add-on kit. They are part of the 49 and Market brand of layred die cuts. The set is called "Dragonfly Revolution." If you have any other questions, just let me know! Sharon


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