The new Being Scrappy Kit for December is now out! For this week's layout I used the graphic 'Wild and Free' papers by Glitz to scrap some funny photos of Lee and his sister-in-law Cheryl. They were taken in the photo booth at Sam and Cheryl's wedding and they were a bit silly with some of the props that you could use!
I used the 'Wild & Free Drips' paper as the background for the layout. I really liked the pattern so didn't want to cover it up too much, so kept the embellishments to a minimum.
Cut a 0.75" x 10.75" strip of the 'Wild & Free Arrows' (orange/yellow side) and stick down approx. 5" up from the bottom edge of the layout.
Mount your photos onto a 7.25" x 3" strip of the 'Wild & Free Arrows' paper and stick down to the right side of the layout. My photos were 1.75" x 2.75" as they were from the photo booth, but you could use a 6" x 4" portrait photo instead.
Add the small white Polaroid die cut that comes with the Kit. Finish it off with a button tied with twine (these both come with the Kit).
I then punched an orange/green/yellow 6.5" x 1.25" strip of the 'Wild & Free Arrows' paper with a chevron punch and layered it with more of the same paper (but a more yellow strip). Stick down just over the other strip and photos.
You get a fab 12" x 12" sticker sheet to match the Glitz papers and I used two of the alphas to add my title.
Then I used plenty of the word stickers in a circle around the photos and title. Done!
Have a look here to see what Niki came up with this week. The fab Being Scrappy Kit is available here during December.
Thanks for looking!