Have you ever picked up some paper at a scrapbook store and knew you needed to find the perfect pictures for it? I picked up some Echo Park Paper (a walk in the park) a couple months ago, when I saw it, I just knew I HAD to have it! I love this line of paper, and I can’t wait for the new releases that they have coming soon.
So I had this paper on hand, and I had just gotten these pictures printed. I started going through my stash of paper, and found the Echo Park paper, and I knew that I was going to use it for these pictures. I was so excited. I wanted to use more of the patterned paper, but I just couldn’t make it work, but now I have lots left for other projects! 🙂
Here is the scrapbook page. This is me, with my two sisters, goofing around.
Here are the flowers and ribbon that I put on.
And the title. I thought it was fun to use different colors of chipboard letters. These are Heidi Swapp chipboard letters.
And I put the journaling on a tag behind the photo block, then put a flower on the corner, so I can pull it out. Since it’s at the top, it will be easy to access with the page protector.
I was so happy to get these cute pictures scrapbooked! I don’t get many chances to make girly pages, so I jump at the chance when I have it!
Supplies: Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper: Echo Park (a walk in the park); Chipboard Letters: Heidi Swapp; Flowers: American Crafts; Brads: Bazzill, American Crafts; Ribbon: Local Sewing Shop (not sure of brand); Pen: American Crafts; Adhesive: glue dots, UHU.
Also, I am looking for a new kind of adhesive to use to adhere my photos down. I’m wondering if you would share what kind you use, and why you like it. Thanks!Linking up to some of these parties.