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Sunday, March 19, 2017

What a Boy Wants Layout

For my son's 9th birthday, he really wanted a Despicable Me party, complete with themed games, decorations, and cupcakes. And of course, he was thrilled to receive lots of presents to delight a young boy's heart. Instead of writing down each gift and giver, I decided to have him pose next to the person who gave him the gift, figuring that would be a more meaningful memory than a list. I just scrapbooked a few of the photos, and put the rest in a photo storage page. The layout ended up being pretty clean and simple, but I will always enjoy the funny expressions on my son's face!
Recipe:
Fanfare Level 2 papers
Canary cardstock
Pacifica ink
Pacifica & Black markers
Elemental envelope & tag
Cricut Artiste cartridge: title & stars
Pattern: Lasting Memories March challenge sketch (birthday layout using sketch)
Challenges: Bitten by the Bug 2 birthday challenge

7 comments:

moknowsall said...

wow - great eye catching title - you are so right - just what a boy that age wants --- you captured the fun and excitement with your great layout. Stars are the perfect way to showcase these great pictures. Love how you laid out the pictures and added designs behind them. Thanks for joining our BBTB2 challenge this week and celebrating birthdays with us!

Maureen

Lauren said...

This is super cute! I love all the circles! Thanks for joining us at Lasting Memories!

Leslie said...

Fabulous page!! Love the circles and the colors!!

Sandy Ross said...

What a great photo memory idea! My grandson & I love Minions too! Great layout...love your colour scheme. Thanks for playing along with the Birthday challenge this month at Lasting Memories.

Haven_mom4 said...

Such a super cool birthday theme. All the party ideas are fabulous. Thanks for sharing with us at lasting memories

Laurie Levorson said...

Thanks for sharing this awesome layout at Bitten by the Bug 2 this week! I love how you clustered the photos with the circles. It's a simple design, but very effective!!
Love it!!

Natalie Dill said...

Great use of the sketch! Thanks for playing at LM!