"Old Atocha" Scrapbook Layout

Today, I am sharing this layout created with August 2011 Main Kit from 3 Scrappy Boys.

The floral patterned papers from this collection are very versatile and they can be used for boy, girl and travel layouts. I loved all the different colors in this kit, however my fave color combo is this timeless color combination of red with turquoise from Lily bee Designs, "This and That collection. Love how it looks against the kraft cardstock included in the kit.

I created this layout based on a PageMaps sketch. I cut strips of "Post Card" patterned paper and placed them at the top and bottom from the layout.

Some close-up for details:

The circles from "Pretty Fabric" patterned paper were cut with my Big Shot "Circle #2" die.

The negative heart is a leftover from a previous layout made with this kit. The circle used for the title was mat with the Maya Road doily kraft. The photo was mat with the Maya Road clear stickers!

This is another view from the title - the alphabet stickers are the red set from Lily bee "This and That". Those alphas are one of my favorite supplies...right now!

This is one of the places we visited this summer during our visit to Madrid. Actually, the first time I came to Madrid I used the "Old Atocha" train station to go to Toledo. Right now, "Old Atocha" is a tropical museum. It is a little nook from the Caribbean in the middle of Madrid.

Thanks so much for visiting me! I hope you will come back tomorrow for this...


theelfqueen said...

This is FANTASTIC! I love the blue and red with the kraft! The details and the bubble-y bits are such fun!

Emily said...

I love the circles!!! Too cute!!! The kit looks so yummy!!! Love the layout!

Kim said...

totally lovin those circles!

Lynnda Hosni said...

WOW ... Yara... i love this layout... super fun and fabulous...hugs...xoxo

JulieJ said...

Gorgeous LO and lovely colours. I've recently taken some photos of places which have changed. Hoping to scrap and blog them soon.

Lea said...

What a great layout! Love that kraft chip board doily (thingy). :)


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