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My Inner Bombshell

Every month, the Bombshell Stamps Design Team has our own private challenge. This month, we had to channel our Inner Bombshell! Fab challenge if you ask me…I’ve always wanted to be a bombshell (in more ways then one!). So, I made a scrapbook page featuring some of the photos my sister Monica took of me with my beloved PT Cruiser.

The Bombshell Stamps that I used for this layout are from Pin-Stripes, Man’s Ruin, and Bombshell Angel (the words are from those 2 sets). I thought the Pin-Stripes set worked perfectly with these photos, and I decided to let myself be the bombshell this time around, instead of using an actual bombshell image.

The large “a” is from Magnetic Poetry, paper from DCWV and Prism. Rhinestones are from Westrim, and embossing powder is from Stamp-n-Stuff. Plus some Stickles from Ranger, of course! You can click on any of the photos to see it bigger.

I have to say, I adore the Pin-Stripes set! I am so glad I got it. It can be used for so many things, way beyond bombshell-styled things. I have a lot more pictures from this photo shoot, so be on the lookout for more Bombshell type layouts! Have an inspiring day!

PS: Did you see my Bombshell interview? Click HERE to learn a little bit more about moi! :)

Comments

KC said…
this is so cool! I love the pictures and that pin striping is just perfect for your page! you are so pretty!

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