Melinda here today showing off my second page for June. The dotted patterns and the primary colors of The Practical Scrapper Summer Break kit were giving me Disney vibes, so I decided to make a page about working our latest Disney puzzle.
I picked a stitched grid template with 12 3×4 vertical pockets, and since I knew I wanted central 4×6 pocket to place the title I masked out the stitching in the middle and combined the two card masks to make one pocket space. I added the dotted card for my title space and placed my photos, again masking out the stitching and combining the mats of the two bottom right pockets to make a larger space for my final photo of the completed puzzle.
When I was paper scrapbooking, I loved all of the chunky bits and textures I could add to my pages, though my albums were not always as fond of them. I do still love the look of texture on my pages, even if it is only an illusion essentially. Since this page is all about the Mouse, I made a mouse head icon by cutting the round ends of the music notes from the card and adding a large epoxy dot for the head.
I cut the rainbow tag out of the card with the tag trio and the aqua curvy arrow to use them as separate elements. -I used Stylin’ 193 Acrylic by Mommyish to make my title words and accent pieces, some selected from cards in the kit, into acrylic for a bit of digital texture. For some final touches I I added a small twine bow and striped washi tape from Project Mouse Vibes, and I shortened a label from the Summer Break kit to fit day and month ‘stamp’ better.
I hope your summer is going well and you are getting in some relaxing as well as fun and adventures! See you next time back here on the blog.