Scrapbook Page: Happy Campers

Oh. My. Goodness. Have you seen the Stampin’ Up Pick a Pattern papers? I love the handdrawn feel of all of the patterns and couldn’t wait to play with them on this scrapbook page today.

HAPPY CAMPERS

This includes some older photos that I skipped past the first time I documented this trip. I can’t believe how much my daughters and her cousins have grown. I just HAD to include this photo in our books!

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The first thing I did was create my title using the Happy Celebrations Stamps (Happy) and Hand Lettered Alphabet Stamps (Campers). I layered together two different pink markers to make sure I got the exact shade of pink I was looking for! The “campers” word was stamped using Emerald Envy Stampin’ Up ink.

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I cut out the polaroid photos and cameras from one of the Pick a Pattern papers to use as page accents. I then clustered a couple of stamped phrases (Text Ya Later Stamp Set) and some hearts from the Metallic Enamel Shapes around them.

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I LOVE using a pinked circle shape layered up behind plain punched circles. The new Starburst Punch was a must-have to add to my stash! (Phrase from the Watercolor Wings Stamp Set)

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I used an older background stamp (Writing Notes 139864) to create my journaling block. I added more handcut cameras, metallic enamel hearts, and anchored everything on that adorable yellow/black striped paper.

I wanted the camping paper to POP a bit more, so I used the Ticket Tear Border to add punched borders across the top and bottom of the paper block.

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I used a black journaling pen to outline all of the paper layers so that they matched the look of the doodled patterns.

I then added more stamped phrases to the camera cluster at the bottom. The “So Glad We Are Friends” is from the You’re Delightful Stamp Set, and the “You’re the Best” phrase is from the Text Ya Later Stamp Set.

I used the AWESOME Classic Label Punch to create all the labels for the phrases on this page. To dovetail the ends (instead of leaving them pointed), simply flip the punched piece around and notch the ends with the punch again!

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Kraft, Black, Emerald, Raspberry (American Crafts)
Patterned Paper: Stampin’ Up “Pick a Pattern” Designer Series Patterned Paper
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento), Emerald Envy (Stampin’ Up)
Happy Celebrations Stamp Set (Stampin’ Up)
Hand Lettered Alphabet Stamp Set (Stampin’ Up)
Watercolor Wings (Stampin’ Up)
Text Ya Later (Stampin’ Up)
You’re Delightful(Stampin’ Up)
Writing Notes Background Stamp (Stampin’ Up)
2″ Circle Punch (EK Success)
Classic Label Punch (Stampin’ Up)
Starburst Punch (Stampin’ Up)
Ticket Tear Border Punch (Stampin’ Up)
Metallic Enamel Shapes (Stampin’ Up)
Pink Permanent Markers
Adhesive/Thin Foam Squares
Paper Trimmer/Scissors
Black Journaling Pen
Black Distressing Ink

Thanks for stopping by today!
JanaBold

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Echo Park Paper: Magic & Wonder Mini Autograph Album

Are you a Disney fan? So am I!!! It is one of my very favorite places to vacation with my family! This week all Disney products are on sale at Scrapbook.com, so I thought  it would be the perfect time to share a Disney Autograph album that I created for Echo Park Paper earlier this summer using the Magic & Wonder collection.

When I was young, I used to LOVE to collect the autographs of all of the Disney characters … and I know many of you enjoy doing that as well! This project is the perfect way to combine your autographs with photos of your favorite characters!

(This project was featured on a short Instagram video on Echo Park’s Instagram page while ago. Click HERE to go to their account and scroll down to find it.)

MAGIC & WONDER AUTOGRAPH ALBUM

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I decorated the front of the die cut album with a couple of the 3×4 cards, a camera cut from the Smile for the Camera paper, stickers, chipboard pieces, enamel dots, and a die cut View Master Circle (Viewfinder Die Set).

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Inside the album you will find a tag tucked inside a pocket for each autograph, as well as a place with you posing for a photo with each character. So fun!

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OTHER SUPPLIES:
White Cardstock
Black/White Baker’s Twine
White Crochet Twine
Binder Rings
Hole Punch
“4×6 Vertical Pocket Mini Album with Tags” Cut File by Lori Whitlock (Design #67734 in the Silhouette Design Store)

I hoped you enjoyed seeing this project! It would be a fun one to create for the next time you make a visit to the Magical Kingdom!

See you again soon!
JanaBold

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Scrapbook Page: Adventures Await

Road trip season has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop enjoying the sights and scenes you experienced along the way! Today I am sharing a page I created with the Carta Bella Paper “Are We There Yet?” Collection. This set of papers includes all kinds of fun iconic road trip and vacation images. I’m using it today to scrapbook some photos I took of my kids hiking in Arches National Park several years ago.

ADVENTURES AWAIT

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I began this page by using the scrumptiously textured Carta Bella Classic Green Felt Cardstock. I placed my photos in a grid in the center of the page and then decorated the top and bottom to frame them.

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I loved that southwest patterned border trimmed from the Region Strips paper. (The scene at the bottom of the page is also from this paper.) Next, I created a little cluster of elements using items from the Sticker Sheet and Enamel Shapes, anchored by some die cut stars (Dream Big Die Set).

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I created my own journaling block with a sheet of the grid paper from the 6×6 paper pad. A chipboard arrow sticker and enamel shape sticker add a bit more interest.

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A cute teepee decorative brad embellishes the right side of this photo along with more die cut stars accented with yellow gems.

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Do you have road trip or vacation photos waiting to be placed in your scrapbooks? Relive those memories by creating a few scrapbook pages of them this week!

SUPPLIES:

OTHER SUPPLIES:
Yellow Cardstock
Brown Distressing Ink
Yellow Gem Stickers
Adhesive/Foam Squares
Typewriter
Paper Trimmer/Scissors

Have a great day!
JanaBold

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Carta Bella Paper: Building a Background with 6×6 Paper Pads


Today I am sharing a vacation layout created with the Carta Bella Paper Are We There Yet? collection.

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For this page, I thought it would be fun to use my Silhouette Cameo 3 electronic die cutting machine to die cut a background shape and than back the openings with several of the cute patterns from the 6×6 paper pad.
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I used a cut file that I found in the Silhouette store. This particular shape had patterns in the center of each hexagon. I cut the shape from Classic Green Felt Designer Cardstock and then simply used a pair of scissors to cut the pattern away so that each hexagon had a blank opening where I could add the 6×6 patterned papers.
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I placed my photo on a polaroid-style mat using a block of Navy Felt Designer Cardstock. To the right of the photo, I added two of the 3×4 cards cut from the 3×4 Journaling Cards paper and National Parks Paper. I then embellished the bottom of the mat, as well as several of the hexagon shapes, with stickers, chipboard shapes, and brads.
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Next, I used one of the large hexagons as a home for my title. I added a chipboard piece and enamel shape below the title to punch it up a bit.
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I love the way this page turned out with all of the cute patterned papers. I’m definitely going to try this technique on another page soon.
SUPPLIES:

OTHER SUPPLIES:
Zendoodle Hexagon Page Mat by Sarah Hurley

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