I scrapped some photos from last summer today. This is one of my boys skimboarding while visiting his Grandparents in Victoria in July. He loves skimboarding!
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I started off by spraying brown ink in two places on my background. I used the backing of the Prima felt 'Devines' as a stencil and sprayed over them.
Next I cut random strips of Quick Quotes patterned paper. Most of the strips are 9" or 10" long and 1-1/2" wide. I cut thinner strips to layer on top. I love this line of papers for outdoor photos. And it's double sided so you have choices!
Once I'd glued down the strips and adhered my photos I was ready to embellish my page. I crumpled and inked a couple of shipping tags, then tore them to the length I wanted. I stamped the longer tag with an Inque Botique journaling stamp. The shorter tag was glued down to the left hand page and I stuck my 'Thicker' title across it.
I bought this Quickutz 'flourish' die a while back and haven't gotten around to breaking open the package yet. I think it looks like water splashing so I cut a couple of sets to tuck in and around my tags. I love how they add movement to my layout. There are some central cuts that don't go all the way around so parts of the die pop up, giving it a 3D effect.
I added Hero Arts bling in a random pattern around my 'splashes'. You can see it better if you enlarge the layout above by clicking on it. I finished the layout off by topping my two tags with a couple of Prima 'Sprites' flowers layered with a Kaiser brad to hold it together, and I stuck down the two Prima leaf stems (Devines) I had used as a stencil earlier.