Our Design Team has been doing an AWESOME job with the projects that they were asked to complete. Starting today we will be releasing their projects on a daily basis. We have beautiful layouts, cards and mixed media projects that you are sure to enjoy! The projects are hanging up on the wall to the right of the door as soon as you walk into Scrapper's Playground. Please feel free to ask any of our Staff for information on the products that were used in these designs.
Our first two layouts were completed by Jennifer. Jennifer's first layout is "King of the Grill". Jennifer used the patriotic items in preparations for their annual 4th of July bbq. She used the Bazzill Two Scoops Smore, Basic Grey Hipster Wood Die Cut, Memento Ink in Potter's Clay, Bo Bunny Anthem History paper, Bo Bunny Anthem Honor paper, Bo Bunny USA Cardstock Stickers and Doodlebug right assortment jewels.
Jennifer inked the edges of her cardstock and patterned paper. She then trimmed one of the patterned sheets to 10x10 and attached to the center of the cardstock. She matted her photos with the Smore paper (2-4x6 and 1- 4x4). She then trimmed out the title block and journaling block from the history paper. To finish off the layout She embellished it with cardstock stickers and the wood die cut. To finish off the sticker tag she added a jewel to the center.
Jennifer's second layout is "Allstar" for which she used the Basic Grey Bowties collection for this layout. She also used Bazzill Cardstock, Basic Grey Bowties - Tether Ball, Leapfrog, Simon Says and Capture the Flag, Bo Bunny Key Lime Combo Stickers, Fancy Pants Park Bench Sticker Fundamentals and Basic Grey Knee Highs Bowties Stickers.
Jennifer began by trimming the Tether Ball paper to a 4x12 strip and matted it with the pattern on the opposite side of the same piece of paper. She then cut the Leapfrog paper to 6x8 and the Simon Says paper to 6x6. To mat the photos she used Capture the Flag paper. She then embellished the layout with stickers from Fancy Pants, Bo Bunny and Basic Grey.
Great job Jennifer on both the layouts!