Love this, Paige! All those different alphas are fabulous!
love the way you set this layout up-it is busy but not overwhelming and the picture is still the main focus!
love the way you made your journaling into "subway art." He is so cute, too!!
I love how we'll that photo works as a backdrop! So stunning!
That is an adorable photo of Fox! You rocked that title work. This is gorgeous!
Project - Things That Matter Most
posted 01/21/13 at 09:09 PM
Journaling says: We would do well to slow down a little and focus on the significant and truly see the things that matter most - Dieter F Uchtdorf.
Note: I've had this large photo printed for awhile but have been too intimidated to scrap it! I usually include at least 3 or 4 mini photos on my pages, but, I love this picture of Fox, so I got over it and got to work. When I pictured this layout in my mind's eye, it was bright and colorful, like my pages usually are, however, when I was pulling the letter stickers for the titlework, these just seemed to work best! It's fun to step out of my comfort zone once in awhile :)
How to: Adhere a large photo to the center of a polka dot paper layout. Create a title on the left half of the photo using a variety of stickers. Trim the spiral punched edge from two notebook papers and tuck them under the top edge of the photo. Trim a bit of a die cut arrows and tuck it under the bottom edge of the photo. Sew patterned paper strips over the photo edges. Place a trio of chipboard pennants on the top left corner and sew over them. Set cloud and heart paper strips on the top right corner and apply cloud rub ons to the bottom. Cluster die cuts, an arrow badge, a button, and a tag with the date stamped on it on the bottom right corner. Adhere tiny wooden veneer stars on the bottom right and top left corners to finish.
Supplies: Patterned paper, tags, notebook pages, badge, button, cloud rub ons, die cuts (arrows, constellations, numbers, sentiment), stickers (ampersand, arrows, letters, pennants), date stamp, adhesive: American Crafts; Wooden veneer stars: Studio Calico; Sewing machine: Brother; Thread: Coats & Clark; Typerwriter: Smith Corona
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