Winner of a spot in my class at Two Peas "Scrapbooking Family Vacations" is:
I have three Disney trips to scrap and a trip to Wisconsin Dells. This is a much needed class for me!!! Besides I LOVE your work! thanks for the chance 2peas: momma paparazzi
Congrats to the winners! I'll be in touch shortly to let you know how to collect your prizes. Enjoy!
And now on to the layout...
As Nico gets older, I find myself reaching for his baby photos more and more. I think it's my way of actually re-living his babyhood without actually having the baby part. I pulled this set of photos out and wasn't sure if I was going to go with the Elmo theme, or something a little more neutral. Getting these papers from Crate Paper's Little Boy Blue collection pushed me in the neutral direction. I guess Elmo stands out enough in the pictures that he really needs no extra "theming."
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My favorite part of the collection is the deep, rich color palette. It's vintage, but not pale and I like that. The bold colors are set off by adding doses of gray and wood neutrals. This lets that bold blue and red pattern really stand out.
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The first paper I reached for was this great tag paper. I cut it up and lined them up, making nice textured rows of tags. I added some brads and twine to break up the "flatness" of the tags, a gray flair button to indicate how old he was (just 7 months) and a little journaling for my story.
For decoration I added an accordion flower, a label sticker and a wood-toned sticker. The flower was grounded to the layout on a strip of blue border sticker. This repeats the colors in the layout and adds something fun (without being overly feminine) to the page.
Reminiscing with Elmo was fun. Tomorrow we'll play summer photo catch up. And my goodness do I have a ton of summer photos already...