I LOVE how this page came out. I really like the simplicity of it. I used my new Boy stack papers and cut the title from sesame street font. The stars were cut from George.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
I have used this LO before for a page I made in my daughter's book. I really the way it came out using these pictures as well. The title was cut using Plantin Schoolbook and the paper is from the Green Stack. I finished it off with some new buttons I got from Oriental Trading.
This page was done using the DCWV Summer Dream Stack. I cut the hammer with the Every Day Paper Dolls cartridge and the title with Sesame Street. The strip of paper on the left was punched with a Martha Stewart Border Punch. I finished the page off with fake stitching around the edges.
This page was a complete experiment!! I saw a page done like this a long time ago and I have been wanting to try it out. So I finally had the right pictures to attempt it and I think I like the outcome. What do you think?
I used Sesame Street Font to cut the letters out at 4 inches and then placed them on the pictures to decides where to crop. I traced the letters on the pictures and hand cut them out. I used ink to ink around the papers (which are all from the green stack by DCWV) and stitched around the letters to make them pop out.
I had a lot of fun making this page. I found the Halloween paper at the Target $ spot. I thought it was too cute to pass up! I used Jack Sprat Lyrical Letters for the title along with some stickers I have had forever. The ribbon I believe I got at the target $ spot a while back also. I used my cuttlebug to cut and emboss the spider and bats on the right hand page.
Here is an updated version of my Funny Boy LO. I wasn't feeling as though it was finished before, so I played around with it a little more. I decided to add stitching to some of the circles and added one more circle to fill in the emptiness on the right hand side.
I have been busy working on pages recently. It has been a lot of fun! I have been wanted to try out stitching on my pages and I finally broke down and bought some embroidery floss so I could. Here is a simple layout I made, stitching around the background papers. Paper is from Delightfully Simple by My Mind's Eye.