Amazing use of scraps. I cant wait to try this one!!
Love the layering of the pattern paper
Love the layering, handwriting and stitching. Fabulous boy page. What a cutie.
Love this Paige. Fox's hair is so cool :) Love it :)
Project - 2 1/2
posted 04/29/13 at 09:09 AM
Journaling says: This boy is ALL boy. He loves cars, planes, trains, bugs, sharks, dinosaurs, dragons, robots, and pretty much anything and everything ever associated with boys! He loves Mulan, Aladdin, Curious George, A Bug's Life, Shrek, Cars, and Beauty and the Beast. He's a good talker and can get his point across. He will copy whatever we say, so we have to be careful! He's my little sidekick. He loves signing, bubbles, coloring, and his family!
How to: Adhere a piece of striped paper with torn top and bottom edges to the right half of a concrete gray paper background. Trim the days-of-the-week tab from a patterned paper sheet and adhere it along the right edge. Cut squares and rectangles from an assortment of 6x6 patterned paper pads and adhere them over the striped paper block, using dimensional adhesive for the top layers. Add a few buttons and a fabric brad to the mix. Place a large photo and three smaller photos on the left half of the layout. Write journaling with a black pen and stitch a number using a template on the large photo. Finish the title with a chipboard fraction circle. Embellish around the small photos with shaped paper clips, a stamped grid design, and brads. Drop black India ink and white spray mist across the layout.
Supplies: Patterned paper, brads (epoxy, fabric), buttons, shaped paper clips (airplane, dog), arrow sticker, chipboard (fraction circle, sentiment label), stitching template, stamps (date, grid square), pen, adhesive: American Crafts; Floss: DMC; Spray mist: Studio Calico; India ink: ProArt; Ink: StazOn