I met Julie via the Mom Blogger’s Club. I love visiting her site because she is really into scrap booking and she is always posting her latest projects.
Location: Beaverton : Oregon : United States
I’m 39 (really…39???) with an 18 month old baby boy and an 8 year old girl. I do promotions & marketing work for a scrapbook store. Join me each week, as I share my latest scrapbooking project.
You’ve successfully slain the dragon! How will you toast your marshmallows?
To a deep golden brown using my favorite rotating marshmallow roasting sticks…too much camping, I guess!
Scrapbooking when I get a chance….I’m a bit busy lately! I’m working on some cool new projects to share soon!
Right now anything out of the dollar box at the grocery store!
I think I’m in the “adult alternative” category for now.
I’m searching for some inspiration & reading Stacy Julian’s Big Picture Scrapbooking. I love how she organizes her books!
But seriously, they both had a wonderful time and can’t wait to do a Daddy-Daughter Blazer game again soon!
As for me, I had a great time with this layout. I started by cutting rectangles of varying sizes & laying them down in different ways until I was happy with the left side of the layout. Then I cut shapes to match for the right side. It helps if you write the sizes of your first pieces on their reverse sides for future reference.
I love symmetry, but wanted something a little different. So I laid out the right side exactly like the left and rotated it 180 degrees, ending up with the top right corner of my double page spread the same as the bottom left.
Next, I cropped my photos the same for each side and put them down in a semi-symmetrical design.
I inked the large rectangles and photo mats with red and black inks. My final touches on this layout were ribbon and a journal box stamped with the date of the game and an index card for journaling. Lastly, I added a trophy charm accented with ribbon to the box, adhered with a Glue Dot.
As far as journaling & titles go, sometimes it’s nice to skip the large title and just go with a special memory of your event. Here’s what I wrote in my box: Delaney’s 1st Blazer game! In the long souvenir line…Delaney, “Dad Look!” Dad, “Yes, it’s a nice Christmas tree…” Delaney, “No Dad! Look up there at the TV, the game just started, we’d better get back to our seats!” DADDY’S PROUDEST MOMENT!!!
Red & Black Textured Cardstock
Scrappin’ Sports Custom Paper, Blazer Basketball from Whimzee’s Scrapbook Studio
Misc. Red, Black & White Ribbons
Karen Foster Mini Charm – Talents (I used the #1 trophy)
Autumn Leaves Doodle Tagged Stamp Set, True Story
Date Stamp from Joann’s
Colorbox Inks Black & Scarlet
Creative Memories 1 1/2″ square punch