Sunday, November 9, 2014

Four or More: Best Buddy

Happy Sunday!  I was recently up at 
PINK PAISLEE 
with a "Four or More" photo project that I was really excited to take on.
 I'm generally a three-photo-or-less type of scrapper, but I found a
 way to stick with three larger photos and then added a smaller photo as an embellishment! 


I started out by cutting the Shine Patterned Paper (diagonal stripe) apart along 
one of the lines and then layered it on top of the Beautiful Patterned Paper (yellow dot).
 Then I had a thought to create a intersection by adding the reverse side of the cut
 Shine paper...it was the perfect juncture for the beginning of the title.


 The photos were printed at wallet size and then trimmed down to leave just a
 small white border around each. I took the photo of Bear and used a 1.75" circle
 die to cut out his face. A 2" scalloped punch was used to create a black 
background for the photo; the two were layered together with foam adhesive. 
By embellishing and adding a bow, it made an eye-catching focal point.

 
I accented the photos with various chipboard hearts and washi tape stickers.
 I adhered the washi tape to cardstock and then trimmed out...this allowed me to
 add them to the layout with foam adhesive. 
 I typed out the journaling and then trimmed into strips. 
The Transparent Alphas were adhered with a micro adhesive dot, but you can 
also run through through a Xyron Sticker Maker, machine stitch or attach them with brads! 

Collection used: Bella Rouge
See more Bella Rouge projects on the Pink Paislee Blog!
Have a great week!

2 comments:

  1. What a great layout and an inspiration to me to add more photos to my pages!! I love seeing your work- regardless of what medium it is!! Love the background - what talent you have at putting papers together that belong together and your stitching is always so precise and well done!! Good for you!! YOU totally rock!!

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  2. Oh my goodness! This layout is incredible!! Wow! Love the angles and the stitching!!!

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