I hope you are having a fabulous summer so far! The boys are done with school and it's total carnage around here with a locker cleaned out and papers brought home from a desk that I would have never believed could have fit all that stuff! Didn't they clean out once in a while?
I have a bunch of projects i am working on at the moment but I can't share just yet. So i was browsing through my files looking for who-knows-what, and I came across some of my older projects that I still love! So I decided to share a project in hope that they may be inspiring for you.
This is a class I taught two years ago and I still love it. I used a tab book die cut from Accu Cut and plastic with October Afternoon papers. There are some stamped images where I used paint to stamp with, Making Memories Notepad papers, oversized ribbon, Jenni Bowlin Bingo cards and more.
Here is the cover:
A page inside using diecuts, bling and rub ons. I also punched out scalloped squares and cut them in half to use as photo corners.
I love layering elements and collaging them with my photos.
The last page is painted and I added more rub-ons and diecut pieces. I stamped right over the photo using paint as my medium. The paint adds bold color and sits well on most surfaces.