I’m up on the Crafty Power Blog today, this time with a Prom layout. Its hard to believe my Spunky graduated last weekend…more on that later. Here is the layout from Prom:
He’s quite the comedian, and yes, he did pose for the outtake photos, and a lot more. It’s not often we get to dress them up…
Here are the supplies I used on the layout:
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Welcome to the season! I was flipping through some photos of my son from his glory days playing middle school football.
The papers are a mixture of Jillibean Soup’s collections, I love how things coordinate between the kits.
Hidden journaling works on a page like this – I think it’s important to have the handwritten words along with the story ‘behind’ the photos.
Simple stuff, like photo corners, can draw attention to the photos amidst the colors and patterns. Dimension from 3D Foam Squares helps to break up the page and add interest. I used them under the blue matted photo, the football embellishment, and at the top section.
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Living with the hubs and 2 boys influences my crafting in that I tend to gravitate to deeper, darker, more saturated colors. I just don’t have a lot of applications for pastels. I am thrilled to work with the Websters Pages Game On kit!
We go to A LOT of baseball games, so I scrapped a few pictures of a Chicago Cubs game. We always get there early to watch batting practice, get autographs and walk around (hence the empty seats in the background).
I used layers of 3D Foam Squares to make the street signs more dimensional, you can see how I did it on the full post on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ blog.
I used these supplies:
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