I will admit, I spend most of my crafting time making cards. They are practical…they are fun…they don’t take too much time if I’m in a rush. But that said, I have a ton of pictures that I take and keep that I want to scrapbook. So, I’ve started trying to make an effort to catch up on my scrapbooking backlog. This is a page I completed recently and I love how it turned out.
If you can’t tell from the picture, my son is pushing the sand out of the play tube and onto the ground. Just keeping it clean. 🙂
So, I used the “vintage-y” paper Love Letter and when I first saw this paper when it came out I thought I would never use it but turns out it works great even for non-Valentines, non-girly pages. Yay! I also made the red embellishment on the bottom right by just layering two punchouts using the decorative label punch (layer so that they are perpendicular to each other). I think it turned out pretty cool and kind of different.
What do you think, do you think the paper works for a layout like this?
Keeping It Clean Scrapbook Page:
Ink: Chocolate Chip (for sponging of the label)
Paper: Love Letter designer paper, Chocolate Chip cardstock, Sahara Sand textured cardstock, Riding Hood Red cardstock
Accessories: BigShot die cutting machine, Billboard alphabet die cuts, Chocolate Chip satin ribbon (retired), Decorative Label punch, Large oval punch, Wide oval punch, silver brads