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Mega Scrap - Cest La Vie

Hi Lovelies,

I should let you have a moment to catch your breath before you start scrolling through this blog post as the stunning photos you're about to see will really take your breath away!


Okay, I hope you're still breathing and have enough brain function to read this text. 
These gorgeous snapshots all come from our first Mega Scrap class of this year which features 'C'est La Vie' by Couture Creations.


The wonderful Helen has been at is again to prepare TEN unique, individual and entirely beautiful layouts using the one range and taught on the one day!


This range is overflowing with lovely floral designs in pink, mauve and cream tones. Some decoupage pages have been included in this range which Helen has used here for this stunning arrangement.  


 Helen is a master at creating beautiful embellishment clusters which you also learn in her classes!


These adorable chipboard bees from the collection have a coat of gold embossing powder which is the perfect final touch.


When you combine exquisite papers and the insanely talented Helen, you are guaranteed a true masterpiece, or ten in fact!



Of course this collection had to be paired with some stunning delicate lace and there is plenty more throughout all the other layouts. 


Our Mega Scrap classes are almost always booked out before we even know what paper will be featured in the class! So if you wish to land a seat in the next Mega Scrap in August, please contact our lovely staff to make sure you don't miss out!




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  1. Great day today Lizzie and Helen. Thank you both and looking forward to the next one. Plan to get them finished off over Easter break. ☺️

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    1. Thanks for coming along! We have already started creating for the next Mega Scrap!

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