Love this video, Paige. Thanks for sharing your cool process!
Gorgeous background! And lovely photos. Maria
Wow, I love how you used the mood board and created the triangle background! Beautiful work! Very inspiring!
Your creativity with patterned paper is amazing; gorgeous layout!
Paige this is so beautiful!
Video - MOMENTS: Love Love Love Love With All My Heart
Description: Since I'm the one in the family who takes all of the pictures wherever we go, I find it difficult to be the one in front of the camera because I'm always behind it! But there's nothing like a good ol' “me-themed” assignment that will get me to take some selfies! I even straightened my hair and put on make up just for this photoshoot :) Then I parked myself in front of our big window for lots of natural light and snapped away. I love that I have some pictures of me right now at this point in life.
Journaling says: Feeling so blessed and incredibly happy with my life right now.
Written how to: Punch 1" triangles from pink, blue, red, and black patterned papers then arrange them in rows at an angle across an aqua ombre patterned paper layout base. I chose the ombre paper because of the pink ombre in the moodboard. Once all the triangles are adhered, sew across the top of each row to keep them in place permanently. Die cut a title and frames from white cardstock, print the monthly printables, then arrange them along with photos across the center of the layout. Drop India ink over the top right and bottom left sides. Scatter badges, fabric brads, and round printable die cuts around the layout as shown. Stamp the date on a date printable label and tuck it under the left photo. Journal on the bottom right edge.
Supplies: Cardstock, badges, fabric brads, triangle punch, pen, adhesive: American Crafts; Patterned paper: American Crafts, Crate Paper, Pebbles, Studio Calico; Roller date stamp: October Afternoon; Ink: StazOn; India ink: ProArt; Printable die cuts, cut files: 2 Peas in a Bucket; Die cut machine: Silhouette Cameo by QuicKutz; Stapler: Tiny Attacher by Tim Holtz
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