I’m back with the landscape LO’s I did with the kit this month. I actually have two 8.5×11’s and one 6×8.
The first one has a fun element of the title stamped and heat embossed on the photo itself:
I love the shine of the gold embossing powder!
I also layered a bunch of cloud stickers and a hot air balloon to make an embellishment cluster at the top:
I used one of the random looking stamps and some brown ink to add subtle texture to those elements, then stamped the date in black.
It’s a perfect title and soft look for this pic of Molly:
The second LO is completely different than the other four I made – it’s amazing how you can really change up the look of a kit with some different ink or mist.
I used Clear Tar Gel through a stencil, then Dylusions Ink Spray to get the resist:
And I angled everything for an interesting look. The picture is of my brother and I sleeping on what appears to be a couch in a tin can but is really the backseat of our VW Van, before my father made it into a rockin’ campervan. 🙂
Finally, I made an unusual size, a 6×8. This could be mounted on an 8.5×11 sheet of paper but I’m going to cut an 8×8 page protector down and slide it in that as it is.
The main photo is on an envelope that flips open:
to reveal 8 more pictures! I love the pics that were taken at the Meet and Greet The Paperie had for Dina Wakley and really wanted to showcase them all – this works for me!
A little hidden journaling in the envelope, accented with another great stamp from the included set:
And some stamped circles, Dina style, with wonky, hand cut circles of patterned paper inside:
I hope you liked these and enjoyed the overabundance of photos – I’ll be back soon with the mini album I made!
Barbara Mom said:
I love these – it is so interesting to watch the development of your approach and the impact certain techniques have on the photo- to say nothing of how the photos so capture the world’s #1 grandchildren, no bias here!! And of course the second LO brought back a flood of memories – thanks so much. xxoo