When I saw this picture after our photo shoot, I KNEW I wanted to make it the focal point on my page. I do not have a 12 x 12 printer and I print my pictures at home, so I just printed as big as I could on 8.5 by 11. This also leaves a little room to layer on the sides.Supplies:
Destination (Luggage 12 x 12 Paper-DSP322, Destination Letter Stickers-DSS336),
Sweet Shoppe (Pink Mint 12 x 12 Paper-SSP290, Lemon Drop 12 x 12 Paper-SSP284, Gumball 12 x 12-SSP283, Sweet Shoppe Letter Stickers-SSS298),
Pinwheel (Lemonade Stand 12 x 12 Paper-PWP302, Picnic Basket 12 x 12-PWP305, Ice Cream Truck 12 x 12-PWP310, Cart Wheels 12 x 12 Paper-PWP312, Pinwheel Letter Stickers-PWS317, Pinwheel Label Stickers-PWS316, Pinwheel Circle & Tag Stickers-PWS341)
The letter stickers were the perfect size to fit in the corner of my picture to make my title. If you have white space on your photo, try adding a title in there. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t, but when it does, it makes an impact and draws the viewer into the picture.
I kept most of the embellishing to a minimum, but I felt like I wanted some journaling somewhere on there. I typed on the label stickers. And, I am going to admit, I made a few mistakes and I just backspaced and typed the correct letter over my mistake a few times. No one is perfect and I felt like it just added to the page!
I want to thank Lily Bee Design for letting me join in this month! I hope I have given everyone some ideas of some things to incorporate into your own projects! Have a wonderful day!
No, thank YOU, Katrina. You've blown us away with your ideas and talent. We are so happy to have had you as a guest with us this month.