Welcome back to another Scrapping Our Stash blog hope. I’m so excited to be participating two months in a row, and honestly my paper just made the qualification since the new releases started coming out last week.
For the first year of our sons life I took him to the portrait studio once a month and had some 8×10’s taken since they were only 2.99 a sheet. I love having the large photo showing all his growing features and we staged each photo to show some of what he was doing that month. The only problem I have is scrapping that one big photo. When I saw the inspired by challenge at Sketch~N~Scrap this month using one large photo I had to jump on it to get some of my photos done.
During this month we had gone to my Uncle’s cabin and road four wheelers. I used some cork paper by Studio Calico and some camo paper I’ve had in my stash for about 3 years. If I had to guess the camo paper was from The Paper Studio. All the embellishments except the wood circles I believe are Studio Calico as well. Was so happy to get this photo scrapped and was happy with the way it came out.
Do you have a size photo that you find challenging to get done? Until next time….Keep Scrapping!
Time for another fun reveal over at Child’s Play Challenge. Our challenge this time is the game Cooties. Our son had received this game at this last birthday, and I knew I had some photos of the first time we played on my phone. They aren’t the greatest since it was night time and impromptu photos, but they were perfect for this challenge, and a fun memory.
I used a sketch from Sketch~N~Scrap and flipped it on it’s side to accommodate the portrait orientation of my photos. I went with space themed items since I figured Cooties can’t be from Earth. If you’ve never played the game they are these silly bug type creatures with funny eye, strange attentions and a million legs. My thought on the sequins is they would mimic the stars in space. Almost all the supplies on this page are from Supplies by Scrapstuffz on Facebook…check her page out for great deals!
I hope you find my layout fun and inspiring, and I hope you’ll pop over and join us for either July challenge. Until next time…keep scrapping!