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"Be Brave" Scrapbook Layout

Today, I am sharing a scrapbook layout called "Be Brave." I just finished it this week and I am still on a roll since National Scrapbook Day. Yeah! 

The title was inspired by the global crisis and quarantine events we are facing. I have had this "Be Brave" sign posted in my living room for some years. I walk past it and sit under it all the time and forget it is there. But on this day, it seemed like a good time to refocus on these words and take a picture of me being BRAVE in uncertainty.

Ok, enough of that! Take a look at this page.

I used Simple Stories "Simple Vintage Garden District" paper and embellishments.

This layout was inspired by Nathalie DeSousa @tachita55 of Instagram. She has some beautiful designs.

Used green paint to add the splatters.

Quote is from Webster's Pages' free downloads. 

Distressed and used my brown ink pad on the edges.


Thanks for stopping by and leave a comment if you are scrapbooking your experiences in these #stayathome times.

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  1. What a beautiful layout. I love the sign in the background and agree that we all need to be brave during this crazy time. Love the photo of you and the collection of butterflies. So very pretty.

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    1. Thank you! I love these butterflies and their meaning, too.

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