This is the layout I put together using the colour and challenge prompt from Colours Stories Inspiration - CSI#11 (please see details below)
I used a sketch from 'Lets Capture those Sketches' which I think was ideal for these photographs.
I absolutley loved using this colour palette for this layout. It had fun & funky colour with a slight vintage-y look to them.
I have highlighted the items I used to fit in with the challenge below.
Choose two (or more)of the following elements to include on your layout:
- Use paint or other medium in the background
- butterfly accents
- kite accents
- Use string
- use paper with vintage images
- sprinkle letters on the page
Choose one (or more)of the following to inspire your journaling:
- Document a story from your childhood.
- Scatter your journaling across your page (like the letters are sprinkled on the image).
- Elevate your journaling by carefully crafting your words.
- Inspiration words: whimsy, wonder, ties -- Use these words as a jumping-off point for your journaling.
I am really pleased with the outcome of this layout. I think it is fun, funky, colourful and reflects my grandsons cheery personality.
I used the following products to put the layout together.
Basic Grey - Element Stickers - Urban Prarie Journaling Tag (used half of it)
Edding 55 Black Fine Writer
Sassafras Lass Cardstock Stickers- Cherry Sweet Treats (Sun)
Sassafras Lass Sweet Treats - Cloud Cardstock Stickers
Echo Park Playground Stickers - Large & Small
Colour Conspiracy Paper - Jardin d'Artomme
Sassafras Lass - Serendipity Robotics - Blast Off Paper
Best Creation - Basic Glitter Paper - Blue (BGP205)
Sassafras Lass - Amplify - Light Bright
Hope you enjoyed this layout.
Remember - a day without scrapbooking is like a day without sunshine!!!
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