Simple Stories – Say Cheese Main Street – Pt. 2 | Jackie Ashton
Hello crafters, Jackie here sharing my layouts using Simple Stories – Say Cheese Main Street collection.
My first post using this collection to make a flipbook of my first visit to Disneyland Paris, you can see my first post here.
So I decided that seeing more of my flip book would just be seeing ages that all look the same, soI decided to create 2 layouts for my 2nd blogpost. I used some of the photographs I’d printed at the wrong size and didn’t use in my flipbook, and use up some of the scraps of papers.
To start my layout I gathered my scraps of patterned papers together and layered them behind my photograph, I also added 3D foam to the back of my photograph to give it some dimension.
After I added this matt to my cardstock, I added two clusters to the top and bottom of the photograph, using puffy stickers, word stickers, chipboard and brads.
For the title I used the chipboard phase, and added a few word stickers from the sticker book.
For my 2nd layout, I used 3 photographs of the parade.
This is a layout that is easy to do and one that I have used several times before, the idea is one that I copied from Shimelle and is such an easy way to use multiply photographs on one page.
Basically adding 3 No. 6×4 photographs going down your page – I choose to have them going down the centre of the page, and adding a border to the left hand side and some journalling to the right side.
Using a piece of pink patterned paper I had previously punched out some ‘Mickey’ shapes from Simple Stories – Say Cheese Main Street – Basic Kit, so decided to use this piece added some patterned papers to each cutout shape behind and use it on my layout, then I added a border punched edge.
For my journalling, I used Simple Stories – Say Cheese – Autograph Card cutting it down to fit on my page and tucked into the right side of the photographs.
The title are alphabet stickers from the Simple Stories – Say Cheese Main Street – Sticker Book.
I added a chipboard banner piece across my photograph, and used some brads in my clusters.
I love how these two layouts came together using the scraps leftover from creating my flipbook earlier this month.
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Till next time