As soon as I saw the Peekaboo Frame Big Shot die I had a vision of this page. I couldn't wait 'till it arrived to try out my idea! I wanted to use each frame as an interactive element in my scrap page so I could have more photos on one page.
This is actually the right-hand side of my layout but I created it first. Have you ever done that? I had some difficulty designing the left-hand page as I didn't want to just flip it. I also had a limit on my designer paper that I already used in quite a few cards so below you'll see the two layouts I tried.
This page makes use of one 8"x10" photos and ties it up totally. But I also wanted to have options for my stampers club to use smaller photos so here's what my final page looks like.
As you can see our little grandson is very expressive and had so many funny faces on our walk to the beach that I giggled all the way there. This happened to be the day he discovered that he could play with his feet and the week he began teething so he entertained not only himself but his Papa and I too.
Paper: Frostwood Lodge Designer Paper 124002, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Night of Navy, Marina Mist
Ink: Night of Navy sponged and stamped
Stamps: Notes and Details w-122022 c-122060
Big Shot and Peekabook Frames Bigz L Die 124587, Top Note Die 113463,Two Tags 115954,Timeless Type Junior Alphabet 115951
Other: Heart to Heart punch 119881, Full Heart punch 119883, Buttons- Cherry Cobbler designer buttons, Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding Ribbon 120992
If you wish you could get some scrapping done just put aside one day a month and join my scrap club ladies. We have one spot left so contact me, Linda@StampersPad.com , if you want a great time scrapping with ladies that share your passion. I'll happily answer any questions you have.
Tomorrow I'll show you what a couple of my scrap club ladies did with this layout.
Thanks for popping by and please come back soon.