Friday, March 20

National Craft Month DAY 30

I wouldn't let National Craft Month pass without making a traditional scrapbook layout.  My insipiration for this page is my niece's JS prom pic.  She's grown so much and it seems only last year when we were in World Expo in Aichi, Japan.

For this page, I used the following materials:
  • Base cardstock by DCWV
  • Vellum by Brenda Walton
  • Spellbinders Borderabilities Grand 12" Illumination Border
  • Spellbinders Nestabilities Curved Rectangles
  • Fiskars corner punch
  • Bg cardstock by My Mind's Eye
  • Clear alpha by Making Memories (PROM)
  • Marquee letters by The Paper Studio (night)
  • Decorative Detail by Hirshberg Schutz & Co. Inc. (ribbon)
  • Adhesive-backed pearls by Hero Arts
  • Ornare piercing guide
  • Crocheted flowers
  • Misc.:  scrap paper, blue flower, purple bead


I used quite a few of my tools on this layout, like the Nestabilities, Borderabilities and Ornaire.  One of my favorite parts in this page is the glitter vellum because it complimented my niece's dress.  I also like the insert on the left for journaling.  It is still blank because my brain's dead right now and couldn't think of something yet.  I made the crocheted flower yesterday.  The three pearls on the insert compliments my niece's pearl necklace.  You can see the pierced corner on the insert on the photo below.  One thing I don't like about this page is the adhesive I used for the vellum.  You can see it showing through.  I forgot that I do have adhesive meant for vellum - and that's what sucks.  But overall, this was a fun page to make.

One more day left for National Craft Month.  I wonder what I'll create for tomorrow???

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