Hey ya’ll. Stephanie here.
Today I’m sharing another small scrap project. Another fun summer mini-album using the Pool Side collection. I’ve never tried a ring flip book so I thought I would try it this time. And I have to say I love it! And with some fun fringe it’s even better!
The Good Stuff. I want to document and remember all The Good Stuff from my girls’ childhood. SO many awesome (and not so awesome – but usually laughable) moments. This is one of the awesome moments. Going to visit Roxy and Sally. Probably thee most favourite animals in my Milly’s childhood thus far.
I wanted to keep the layout bright and fun. I love the photos I took of this particular day at my Uncles visiting their horses and didn’t want to take away from the gorgeous photos. I tend to be a minimalist but pushed myself to be less of a minimalist on this layout. I found that keeping the colour palette simple helped a huge amount. Yellow, white and black were the main colors for this page.
I love the birds in the ephemera pack in The Bright Side collection.
I also snuck in a few of the chipboard sticker elements. The sunshine paper is from the Poolside collection.
The layout design is based roughly on another layout I made last year. When I’m stumped I go through old layouts and look at them as if they are a sketch. Sometimes that’s all I need to get going and pump out a few layouts in a short amount of time.
I hope you found something new in my project! I’m always trying to keep it simple, but fresh and on-trend, too!
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Zsoka back with you today sharing my newest layout I’ve created for Fancy Pants Designs!
I remembered using a specific cut file about 2 or so years ago but for the life of me I could not find it, I have no idea whose design it was. So I just went ahead and made my own in the Silhouette Studio program – it’s basically just triangle shapes arranged in a circle.
I cut this from one of the patterned papers, then backed the rays with different patterned papers from The Bright Side collection. I also added some machine stitching in the middle of the rays.
I created one cluster in the middle of the page, so it is a very simple design. I felt like otherwise the page would have been too busy. I layered tissue paper, tags, die cuts behind my photo and glued these down. I then added different embellies around and on top of my photo: labels, chipboard stickers, die cuts. For some interest I added a die cut photo frame too and my title also comes from the die cut ephemera pack.
To finish off my page I glued down some colourful puffy sticker dots!
I hope you like this simple idea!
Thanks for stopping by today and I wish you a great day!
See you soon!
I have a good friend that I met through scrapbooking years ago at our local scrapbook store! Now that our kids are older, we crossed paths again when our girls ended up on the same soccer team!
So… when her oldest had TWINS I had to ask for photos to use with our new lines…what I LOVED about these pictures and The Bright Side Collection is that I could use a mix of products all from the same collection, but to suit the different colors and mood of the photos!
This first one I worked on is bright and cheery to encompass the happy feelings this new Mom is feeling!
I just LOVE this photo I LOVE the ephemera floral pieces to wrap around it to create a perfect focal point!
And, the crochet flowers we brought back for this line are…devine!! They offer a bright, happy color, but a soft, elegant touch at the same time!
Up next are two more layouts that were definitely on the softer side of this collection…same collection, same babies, completely different look and feel!
The touches of gold foiled items and the pastel pinks, blues and yellows is such a perfect touch for this photo!
And last, more pops of color with a mix of the pastels with the vibrant reds in the line! This one turned out so pretty..that photo is amazing!
So…which is your favorite? Baby layout overload and so many options that The Bright Side Collection has to offer!
Thanks for stopping by!