When I saw these papers I knew that they would be perfect for scrapbooking about my growing interest in photography. I designed my layout before I had my photo but I knew what size I wanted it so was able to give my husband some guidance when I handed over the camera. I used one of the lightroom presets to change the colour in my photo but I am thinking that I may re-print the photo as the tone is a bit too green for me.
I made this layout (minus the stitching and the photograph) in about an hour. I am loving using combination sticker sheets (ie they have embellishments, borders and phrases on the same sheet as some alphas) when I want to make a quick page.
I used some walnut stain distress ink on a manilla tag and have put the journaling on it tucked behind the photo. I wanted a little more interest/texture on my layout so I cut a piece of the paper from another sheet of the base paper for my layout and distressed the edges and adhered it to the base piece. This kept things in the same colour palette but still with a bit more texture. I trimmed some of the other side of the patterned paper fot my photo mat. I used a bunch of the phrases, border and shaped stickers to embellish the layout and popping some of them up on foam adhesive to give the layout a little more dimension. I used some Prima canvas alphabet stickers and some older alpha stickers that I coloured with a copic marker so that they matched my layout. Some twine on the tag and a stitched border finished the layout.
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Supplies: Bo Bunny Mama-razzi2 Viewfinder Pattern Paper (both sides) and Combination Sticker Sheet, Manilla Tag, Walnut Stain Distress ink, twine, Prima Canvas Alphabet Sticker, Carolee Adorn It Alphabet, Copic Marker – E79, Foam Adhesive