I was super pleased with the way this layout turned out. I had a picture in my head, and it actually looks as I had hoped, don't you love when that happens? I wanted to try my hand at a little more messy technique than usual, and had been wanting to scrap this photo of Belle and I the evening of her Grade 9 grad celebration. My baby is growing up so beautifully, sometimes she takes my breath away. This photo is one of those moments.
My intention was to use tiny tags to create my photo base, and only colour mists to create my background, rather than patterned paper. Talk about easy, and fun. I started by choosing some of the cards from the Cloud 9 Collection, and one journal card from the Let's Go Collection to act as my base, and ground everything. After that, I simply sprayed some Heidi Swapp Color Shine (in mustard) near the area where I wanted my photo cluster to be, and then dropped some coordinating colours around the outer edges of the yellow. I then took my long narrow date stamp and placed it just off center to the left of the page. From there I placed my yellow journal card to be the base around which everything else was layered.
A few Mini Icon cards scattered around with some coordinating buttons and enamel dots, and my layout was complete.
Mixing in just a touch of gold from the Cloud 9 label stickers, and (last year's) Good Tidings Christmas rub-ons, helped to tie in the the gold glitter alphabets that I knew I wanted to use for my title.
I have so enjoyed my time with Chic Tags. Albert & Veronica are two of the kindest, most encouraging people you will meet in this industry. They love each of us as designers and most importantly as people, and have been a huge inspiration for me with their innovative and trendy products. I can't thank them enough for allowing me to go on this wonderful adventure with them. I wish them all the best in their endeavors, and want to thank each of you who so faithfully popped in to see how I might inspire you to use Chic Tags products.
Have a wonderful last hoorah before school begins (for some of us anyway) friends, thanks so much for popping in!