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Doggie Scrapbook Double Layout

Posted on March 20 2017

Sonja is on the blog today with an amazing double scrapbook layout filled with memories of her sweet dogs.  She pairs Rinea Copper Glossy Foil with foiled paper by DCWV and they work wonderfully together!!

It is still hard to believe we don't have clip clops of puppy dog nails on the floors anymore. No more dog hair, puppy kisses, or wiggle butts running around the house.
While our girls have joined each other over the Rainbow Bridge in the last three years, I was still able to capture many happy moments that will last a life time on paper!  For whatever reason, this months Stack-a-holic challenge from DCWV made me think of these photos from a few years ago. It was a match made in scrapbook heaven!  Speaking of heaven made matches, I was able to use a lot of Rinea Copper Foil for this layout. It matched DCWV's 'Rose Quartz' stack perfectly. 


Dakohta Maei was our white/brown boxer mix who we more often or not referred to as Moo-Moo. She passed away December 30th, 2013 at almost 9 1/2 years old. We had her literally from the day she was born. She was the only pup that I was able to witness be born from my brothers mama dog. She was our gentle giant who HATED water! 
Seaka Raei was our brindle full bred boxer who was my birthday gift. We had her at 6 weeks old. She passed away October 2nd, 2016 at 10 years and 8 months old. I have yet to adjust to not seeing her in the window when we pull up in the driveway. She loved water!
Here is how I made this double layout.

1) To start with I was able to emboss the copper sheets of Rinea Foil with my Big Shot and a puppy dog paw embossing folder by Darice. 


2) Cut a bunch or rectangles in the copper and black to adhere the photos to. Settings for these cuts are on copy paper, blade at a 1, and I find that thickness at 7 works just right for the copper. 


 3) I grabbed this gorgeous quartz cardstock from the DCWV stack and did the circles. 

4) Measured and laid out the copper first. It just so happens that the full sheet the comes in the package was just the right fit for what I needed. Then I added the banner at the top of the copper. 


One little thing I do when working on matching layouts is cut the objects in half before removing them from the mat. A simple line drawn down the middle in Silhouette Studio, aligned middle and center works great!
 Now comes the fun part. Putting it together and adding all the special little touches! The rose and copper paired nicely 
Journaling is a main part I always make sure to do when I do a layout. That way in years from now, my children won't have to guess what was going on or how old they were when the going ons was happening! I was happy to also be able to use this tag from the stack for journaling. 
Picture
I was happy to find the appropriate details within the stack I was working with. Anyone who has had or has a boxer knows there's ALWAYS an adventure around ever corner with the goof balls! 


Materials used: 
DCWV 'Rose Quartz' stack
Rinea Foil - Glossy Copper
Silhouette Cameo 3
Silhouette Studios Designers Edition
Silhouette Design Store boxer and circle files
Sizzix Big Shot
Darice embossing sleeve
Aleene's Original Tacky Glue
Scotch ATG gun
AC Elements brads
 
 
Thank you,
Sonja Bakonyi
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2 comments

  • Monica Bernstine: April 29, 2017

    What a beautiful and inspiring layout. Thank you so much for sharing your work.
    Monica

  • karen sessions: April 29, 2017

    Great tutorial! Love the color combo!

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