Yet another layout completed for my daughter's Scrapbook Album. The photo's aren't of the best quality but they didn't make digital cameras in 1989 although I did work out that if I just copy the photo onto photo paper rather than scan them in and print them, they actually come out not too bad. It's one big learning curve.....
The Sir Stampalot June Challenge is "Punching" and although I used my Silhouette for most of my cutting, I have used the EK Success border punch for the matting of the photos and the two borders going over the page, so I hope that counts :) Yet again, some fabulous prizes are up for grabs so get on over there!
I've used my Silhouette to cut out the text and I'm loving this stork - it's designed by KI memories and available on the Silhouette Online Library. As I had done on my previous wedding layout, I cut out the footprints in the same pink colour to give the impression of embossing. The silhoutte is brilliant at cutting out even the tiniest of objects which you can see from the safety pin! The safety pin and footprints are images designed by Nathan Jenne, and again, are available in the library.
Nearly forgot to say, I was browsing through the Silhouette Blog over the weekend and what a pleasant surprise to see my layout on their Friday Blog! WOW, I was well chuffed :)
I'm really loving doing these layouts, they bring back so many memories. I've done a couple more this month and will post them later in the week.
Hope you all remembered your pinch and a punch for the first of the month!
Thanks for looking,