Another fun swap page I made, in the single page "A" layout style. For this swap we were to make it using any 4 letter word as our theme. I took me a while to pick my word, but once I did it was easy!
And upon shopping my stash I found some awesome goodies to use:
- alphabet stickers
- random washi (from a swap)
- Recollections label
- Kaiser craft sticker sheet flags
- butterfly patterned card cut down to size
First I pick my papers, and cut them to fit into my "A" sleeve, to make sure I like the look.
(note: In this photo I already added my alphas in this photo)
And then I begin my embellishment card by card.
For my first cards I used this cute mushroom printed paper. I decided I wanted to make 2 - 4" x 6" cards with it, one for the top row, and one for the bottom. (This seems to be a growing trend for me)
For the top left card, I just kept it simple by using flower patterned washi tape, and layering over top a remember flag.
For the top right card I wanted to add some photo mats, as sometimes it's hard to decide where to add them in these types of layouts.
For the 4 middle 3" x 4" cards I used the same printed paper. It's covered in a beautiful floral design and accented with stunning glitter.
I added the letter stickers to the bottom right corners, and traced the outside with a navy marker to highlight them.
The last card adds the rest of my quote to this page.
I've had several people asking how I use label stickers, and how I choose my alphabet stickers.
Well I choose these alphas to highlight the orange in this card.
I simply added them on top of my label, then added that to the top left corner of the card.
And here's my finished and fully embellished page!
The photo's unfortunately don't do it justice, as it's hard to capture the glitter and vibrancy of the colors.
I truly hope my partner enjoys this page as much as I did making it.
(And happy Father's day!)