Sunday, September 16, 2018

Welcome Fall: Thanks Layout with Irit

 Hello my dear crafty friends!
Irit is here today and this time I am going to share a layout made as a gift for the nursery staff .
 My third and most adorable grandson Lior spent a year and a half in this wonderful place and he is moving to the " big boys" kindergarten.
So my daughter asked if I can do a craft gift with some photos she made during the last months.
Yes, I sure can, even when the photos are totally out of my scrapping range (bad backgrounds, poor quality photos are not my usual scrappy mojo).
But then, with BoBunny cutest ever Little Wonders collection I made a nice multiphoto layout and as for the staff? They are not scrappers, so they just adored it even with the blurry photos.

 I arranged this layout over the wooden 12*12'' stand and there is an option to hang it on the wall too.
This is a totally classic scrapbook layout in a totally classic  style: cardstocks, few photos, title, sub- title, few paper embellishments and a lot of smiles.
I think, and you can connect with it if you feel the same way, that the classic and non Mixed Media scrapbooking is still the best.
When you have a pretty scrapbooking collection with some stickers, dies and photos you don't need to hide the smallest possible photo  under dozens of paint and mediums layers.
Make your photos the stars of your layout!
Make people smiles the joy of your creations!
Go back to classic scrapbooking as we did for ages and this will be the best gift ever!

 And now some close- ups to this page:

 Product list:
 BoBunny products:
Little Wonders collection: Little Wonders, Max, Elliot, Jacob, Evan 12*12'' cardstock
Little Wonders Layered chipboard
Little Wonders Noteworthy die cuts
Little Wonders Combo stickers
Little Wonders Alphabet stickers Gold Thickers
Double Dot Aqua Jewels

 American Crafts :
Color Wheel Mixed Media ink by Vicki Boutin- Blues

Thanks for being here with me today and see you with new BoBunny projects in the near future!

1 comment:

  1. So cute - the boy, the smiles, the layout! I tend to keep things pretty simple myself, as too much stuff on a layout is distracting to me.