What can I say about this layout... Well, first of all, my chipboard obsession is still going strong. I used four chipboard tags to create the first part of my title, and linked them together with an organza ribbon. To create the second word of my title, I stamped the Spunky Alphabet in Celery Craft ink and embossed it with Iridescent Ice powder.
I created a tab for my picture, to indicate where the pictures were taken (Universal Studios) and used the remaining cardstock to create brackets, that I glued around my title.
To keep the flower in place, I used a Hodgepodge oval frame, which I filled with a spiral clip for added interest. I also used Hodgepodge pieces to create a lacing on my left page.
On my right page, I added some swirls using the French Flair background and inking only the wanted flourishes with my Sahara Sand marker. I played up the office material theme by adding a white clip I had been saving for a while and a Hodgepodge clip at the bottom of my journaling. I also played up the fact that the patterned paper had some "holes" in it on my left margin by punching actual holes and running a ribbon in them.
The flowers were created using our flower punch and the white gel pen.
Finally, I kep the dotted line going and created an arrow to direct the eye back to the pictures.
Date: Sunday, February 25, 2007 GMT Views: 834
Stamps: Whimsical Alphabet, Spunky Alphabet, Small Sayings (flower and star), Looks Like Spring, Polka Dots & Paisley, Island Blossoms wheel, French Flair