Sunday, January 7, 2018

Finishing pages (finally!)

These next two pages technically come from my scrapbooking weekend in October last year. I didn't finish them--journaling was left to do--so I used winter break to get it done. Here they are:

This page commemorates my boys' entrance into gaming with my husband. I picked green colors, a la dragon. I had been thinking of doing strip journaling, but the yardstick is textured, and I don't like printing on textured yardstick. Instead, I dug through my die cuts stash, which is organized by color, and added the three circles on the bottom, two for journaling and one for decor.

The ticket comes from a local restaurant we love called Space Aliens. I kept the ticket thinking I could use it as an embellishment on a perfect page. And so I did.

The next page is a two-page layout for my son's birthday last year. It's simple and depending heavily on lines and color. I added the strip journaling on the right.

The title comes from Jellybean Soup. I LOVE those letters and use them when I can.

To draw attention to my son on the gangplank, I stitched a circle around him. Lots of circles on this page too.

Thank you for visiting! I will share Christmas layouts, some new pages, and my next Simple Scrapper pages soon.

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