Good Morning! Today I am sharing a really fun project! It's a layout that shows three different ways you can scrapbook your projects. Clean and Simple? Maybe a little more? Oh my gosh I can't stop? I think I am the last one! So let's take a peek at what I created.
The Boyz of Summer by Lynn Shokoples
Here are all three layouts in the different stages. I've had this photo of my son and our grand dog Jiggy since last summer looking for the right collection. Then along came Take A Hike! Perfect for those lazy days of summer out at the lake. Now let's take a look at the different layouts a little more closely.
For the first layout I added some Noteworthy Pieces, a little Chipboard and a few strips of the 6x6 Paper Pad. I used one of the cards from the Pocket Squares to use as a title. Done?
For the next step I added more paper strips along the side, backed my photo and added a few more chipboard pieces along with some Noteworthy. There are so many fun elements in the Noteworthy and Chipboard packs, I had a hard time stopping.. now are we done?
For the finished layout I added stamps, some Graphite Pearlescent with the Under the Sea Stickable stencil and a title from the Combo Stickers. I found the Icon and Emoji Stamps perfect for filling in those little spaces and it added some fun to the layout. See.. I have a hard time stopping! I am definitely the "I don't know when to stop" scrapper, always looking for another little spot for an embellishment.
Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope you have a Scrappy Happy Day!!!!
Patterned Paper: Campfire/Take A Hike
6x6 Paper Pad: Take A Hike
Noteworthy: Take A Hike
Combo Stickers: Take A Hike
Chipboard: Take A Hike
Pocket Squares: Take A Hike
Stamps: Rough It Up, Icons, Emoji
Stickable Stencil: Under The Sea
Double Dot Ink: Emerald, Licorice