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Friday, November 16, 2012

Go Bug a Ranger Layout

I started this layout a couple of weeks ago and finally got back to it this morning! It's pretty simple, but I did do a couple of fun things. First, I created a mask using a cloud cut from the Artiste cartridge, and then I sponged around it using Heavenly Blue ink so the top of the page looks like a slightly cloudy sky. It's a really light shade, so it didn't show up well on my scan, but IRL, it looks really cute. I added a 12" x 8" Flip-Flap (not shown here) to the top of the right hand page; it holds 6 more photos and flips up so you can see the photos underneath. This is a great sketch for it, since it lines up really well with the patterned paper strip. I also included a large tag that slides out from behind one of the photos so you can read the journaling.


Recipe:
Urban Alphabet & Hot Diggity stamp sets
Splendor Level 2 papers
Goldrush, Topiary, Heavenly Blue & Colonial White cardstock
Moonstruck, Chocolate, Goldrush, Topiary & Heavenly Blue ink
Goldrush & Chocolate markers
Chocolate ribbon
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge: tag
Cricut Artiste cartridge: grass
Pattern: Let's Scrap Sketch 10-27-10

3 comments:

Linda Norman said...

Love the clouds! Aren't flip flaps the greatest!

Marg Van Patten said...

Love everything about this layout! How did I miss the grass cut on Artiste? Thanks for sharing ... I'll be checking to see what else I've missed :)

Tanya said...

I love the circle pictures, and the grass is such a fun touch! Great layout!