Hey everyone, TGIF & welcome!
I altered a black wooden frame I purchased a while back that I couldn't resist. I wanted to document our Anniversary trip my husband and I made together earlier this summer. During our visit to the Outer Banks, we drove down to Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. A place I have always wanted to visit.
I used the 6x6 Tiny Tablet to create the 4x6 decorative side of the frame and used punches to add die-cut embellishments, which are layered with Mixed Cardstock Stickers, ABC Stickers and Clear Stamps set.
The photos I used in my frame were slightly muted, one tone color, which allowed for the Persnickety color and design palette to pop and compliment the photos.
I also love how well the bold zig-zag patterns and shapes mixes with my homes color scheme.
Melissa's Turning 31 layout is adorable with elements of layers upon layers of pattern papers that are mixed with subtle vellum accents and hues of greens and blues.
Adding the hidden journaling is something I love that Melissa adds to her scrapbook pages. It's another way to adding detail to your scrapbook design and letting your curiosity wonder, but allowing her photos speak for themselves.
She also created a lovely background accent using the Persnickety Clear Stamps, stamping the images in different layers of ink. It adds subtle touches of texture to her overall scrapbook page. LOVE!
Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope your week of Persnickety inspiration has your creative juices ready to crank out some amazing crafty and scrappy projects.
One quick reminder. Today is your last chance to send in your Lily Bee Design Team application. If you'd like all the details, make sure to check out this post here. This is an opportunity you don't want to miss!