Sometimes when making a scrapbook page, or a card, or any piece of art really, it is sometimes difficult to know when to stop. Take this layout for example. It was looking fine, but then at the last minute I decided to add some sequin waste stencilling, to echo the honeycomb pattern at the bottom right of the page. It was a good idea in theory, but in reality, the page looked much better without it. But stencilling is very unforgiving-once applied there's no going back!!
The layout is made from the March ScrapaGoGo kit, which contained lots of elements that suggested a travel theme, like these cute map paper die cuts, and that great Tolkien quote. So my page is about Emily's first independent travel adventure to Paris last year.
The butterfly body is just a triangular piece of paper rolled around a skewer and secured with glue-very cute I think!!