Monday, January 20, 2014

Scrapbooking with Moustaches!

Hi Again!
I've had a pretty lazy kind of weekend, I didn't do a whole lot of crafting, just a couple of cards for friends, one was a birthday card, the other a new baby card. I'll share them later in the week :)
In the mean time, I do have a scrapbook page to share -
I grabbed this photo, which I've been meaning to scrapbook a while, and some patterned papers, from Bella Blvd and Echo Park, I also grabbed some plain white card stock. I attached my photo, to a basic gray base (SU!) and then attached some embellishments next to the photo. I used a WOW chipboard polaroid frame, a stamped and coloured instagram stamp, a couple of flowers (from d-lish, of course) and the big moustache was given to me, right after this photo was taken. It clips on to a straw, so you look like you've got a mo while sipping your drink!
The journalling is below the photo, and was done with my motex label maker. I added more flowers, a die cut moustache, and a smattering of sequins. 
You can see the close ups below-  
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Laura said...

Great page, love the journaling and embellie cluster , thanks so much for linking up wiy stuck?!

Carole Robb Bisson said...

Great page, fun and colorful. Thank you for dropping by and sharing your inspirational art with us today.
I pray that Bountiful Blessings come your way,
Carole Robb Bisson
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Karen Letchworth said...

This is so much fun, and SO creative. Thanks a bunch for sharing with us again this week, Jess.
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Sandy Ross said...

Such a fun page! Love all youth embellishing! Thanks for joining us at Stuck?!

Joefil said...

Great take on the sketch! Fun photo and embellishment! Thank you so much for joining us at Stuck?!

Lee-Anne said...

Love your bright, fun layout. Thanks for playing along with us at Stuck?!

Ann said...

Wow I love how you took the sketch and just ran with it- filling the right side with more photos and using the label machine for the pennant piece - really creative. I love your cluster work. THanks for joining us at Stuck?! sketches.