Australasian Urban Blog Hop

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Welcome to the Urban Australasian Blog Hop.  This is a circular hop.  If you arrived from Mez’s Craft Room you are in the right place. Simply read through this post and click on the link to the next blog at the end of it.  Keep reading and ‘hopping’ until you find yourself back where you started from.  Each blog will showcase a project featuring the Urban collection which is available through until the end of August 2016.

CTMH Urban Paper Collection

I love the textures and architectural elements featured in the designs of the Urban papers.  They are a perfect pairing for photos taken during our tour of the Sydney Opera House earlier this year.

CTMH Urban Paper CollectionThis photo looks a little different to the first one… this is my base layout and the photo above shows the layout with Flip Flaps added.  I wanted the layout to have strong clear lines, just as the Opera House does but, of course, we took way too many photos.  My favourite product solved that problem.

CTMH Urban Paper CollectionThis is what the LH page looks like with the 4″ x 6″ Flip Flaps open.  I love that I have lots of room for journaling now.

CTMH Urban Paper CollectionAnd this is what the RH page looks like with the long 4″ x 12″ Flip Flap open.

Adding a few stickers from the Complements Pack to the banners and journal boxes helped pull the layout together without making it too busy.  The titles were cut using the Artistry Cricut Cartridge.

Urban papers, assortment and compliments can be  ordered from your CTMH Consultant . It’s our featured collection all month so keep your eye out for more inspiration throughout November.

Urban Sampler

Did you like this layout? I’d love you to leave a comment for me before you click on the underlined link and move on to Denise’s Blog ,  Scrap Stamp Share, to see what she has designed for you.

Happy Scrappin’

Shaunna

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7 thoughts on “Australasian Urban Blog Hop

  1. Louise Verrall

    Great layouts Shuanna and the papers are perfect for it. I can see these papers are so
    perfect for our Australian landscapes – be it sun, blue skies/water, beaches, sand and desert.

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