Hi! I’m glad that you’re back for Part 3 of my 2018 National Scrapbook Day layouts! The National Scrapbook Day materials are such a happy collection of papers and stickers and are perfect for photos of a birthday party! Stay tuned as I still have two more layouts to share with you.
The National Scrapbook Day Kit, Papers and Stickers are exclusive items only available from a CM advisor. If you don’t have an advisor, I would be glad to help you get the items – just send me a message!
Last weekend, I attended an event for Creative Memories advisors, and this is my interpretation of a page sketch that was shared with us. I used two sheets of white cardstock as the base of these pages.
The wide border consists of multi-colored pieces that measure 12″ x 1″ and 12″ x 1/2″. I cut these pieces in relation to the pattern on the paper. I wanted the rows that had yellow scallops. The four royal cardstock strips are 12″ x 1/4″, and the green striped piece is 12″ x 3″. I used the Original Border Maker System with the Button Cartridge to punch the final piece of the border. The title stickers are adhered with Foam Squares.
I used the Custom Cutting System with the medium sized Circle Cutting Pattern and the blue blade on the inside edge to cut the three circle pieces at the bottom of the page. The stickers are adhered with Foam Squares.
I cut the circles for my ice cream cone using the Custom Cutting System with the medium-sized Circle Cutting Pattern and red blade on the inside edge. I started with a 2-1/2″ x 3″ rectangle for the cone. To make a cone shape, cut on a diagonal from the top corners down to the center of the bottom edge. I cut the cherry from red cardstock using the smallest Circle Cutting Pattern and the blue blade on the inside edge. I highlighted the cherry with the Silver Metallic Dual-Tip Pen, and adhered it with a Foam Square.
My photos are 4″ x 6″ and 4″ x 4″, and my photo mats are 4-1/4″ x 6-1/4 and 4-1/4″ x 4-1/4″. For my journaling, I drew uneven wavy lines to write above. And I finished the layout with faux pen stitching using the Dual-Tip Black Pen.
See you back here tomorrow! Happy Scrapping!