I created this page for the Get It Scrapped blog article on creating pages with unexpected charm and delight. My husband often jokes that if he had a superpower it would be sleeping. My eldest son seems to have followed in his footsteps and is very good at going to sleep quickly. Once he even complained he was having trouble sleeping when he had only been lying down for a few minutes and another time he asked for a drink of water and was asleep by the time I returned from the kitchen.
So this page celebrates his ‘gift’ of sleeping in a fun and unexpected way, through the choice of photograph and the title. It is unusual to think of sleeping as a superpower! I have countless photographs of him sleeping but I chose this one because it is an unusual way to fall asleep and visually shows his ‘superpower’ of sleeping.
Supplies: Patterned Paper: Echo Park; Frames: Simple Stories; Chipboard: October Afternoon; Alphas: Simple Stories, Websters Pages; American Crafts; Brad: Simple Stories; Stickers: Simple Stories; Paints: Distress; Pen: Distress Marker.
For more ideas and scrapbook pages that are filled with unexpected charm and delight head over to the Get It Scrapped blog article here.
There is a new Creative Team at Get It Scrapped and there will be a series of posts introducing the team members, so I will be posting again tomorrow with a bit more information about me and what I am enjoying creating right now.
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