Combining Collections with Rommel Okuma

Hello Glitz Fans!

Today I’m here to share with you two projects I’ve made mixing & matching new and old collections. You just need to distribute all the Glitz papers on your desk and start. You will have so much fun, I swear! :) Let’s see the projects I created just to inspire you all:

You are just so Beautiful!

In this page I mixed 3 collections! Yes, 3 collections: Beautiful Dreamer, Hello Friend and Love You Madly. The floral patterns on these collections caught my eye! I just wanted to cut and cut all the flowers.  After that I made clusters around the photo.
For the background I used a doily as a mask and a pink mist to ink all the paper. I loved the effect!

 

 

 

Everyday I love you more!

On this page I used mostly products from the newest collection Color Me Happy and some embellishments from Yours Truly and Love Games. How fun it was, because those 3 collections are so colorful. Let’s see:

 

 

 

Thank you for join me today!!! Have a great and creative week!
You are so Beautiful:
- Love You Madly Paper: Stripe
- Love You Madly Title Stickers
- Love You Madly Paper Layers
- Love You Madly Washi Tape: Lace, Strips, Hearts
- Hello Friend Paper: Envelop
- Hello Friend Washi Tape: Coral Polka
- Hello Friend Crepe Trim
- Beautiful Dreamer Papers: Polka, Houndstooth
- Beautiful Dreamer Whatnots
Everday I love you more:
- Color Me Happy Papers: Hearts, Woodgrain, Stripe
- Color Me Happy Title Stickers
- Color me Happy Washi Tapes: Rainbow Chevron, Happiness
- Color me Happy Rubber Stamps
- Love Game Paper Layer
- Yours Truly: Epoxy words
- Happy Travels Stamps

6 thoughts on “Combining Collections with Rommel Okuma”

  1. Wonderful layouts! I’m in awe of all that fussy cutting on the first one, so worth it, but I’m sure your hand hurts!

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