Welcome to another Wednesday and another layout + video!
This week I have more old photos that were in need of a new layout. In this series you are getting to see a lot of how I think and how I work. I am really on a kick to get the pages in my "re-do" pile scrapped and put back in their albums. The original page had fallen apart and because these photos tell an important story of what my daughter loved at age 2 I really didn't want them sitting in a pile in my craft room. I want them in her album for us to enjoy!
For the title on my page I used a download from the Silhouette America Online Store by Loni Stevens:
Just a little FYI, this image (and all Valentine's related images) are only .75 for a limited time!
The main part of my journlaing was printed on yellow cardstock and tucked under the larger photos. I added a sticker strip, arrow sticker and a sewed on button to finish the bottom right corner of the layout.
The quote I had used on the original layout, printed on an October Afternoon sticker and placed on my page.
Die cut flowers are such a great accent for almost any project. Here I die cut the flowers from cardstock and ran them through the Big Shot with embossing folders to give them subtle texture before adhering them to my page.
Lots of layers add instant interest and texture to the page. I love tucking pieces here and there for a fun full page.
SUPPLIES (click on photos for links):
- Technique Tuesday Studio AE February 2011 Stamp Set (no longer available)
- Studio Calico Singin In the Rain Kit (patterned papers, Cosmo Cricket Stickers)
- October Afternoon Modern Homemaker Word Stickers
Previous Scrap It Weekly 2012 Videos (full listing):
- Week 1: Every Picture Tells A Story layout
- Week 2: Bring on the Love layout
- Week 3: U R Three layout