This page was published in Create magazine March issue.
Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my showcase of Paper House Productions Snapshots stickers.
For those who are new to this product- those are adorable photo stickers with add -ons on some of them and it's just so easy to use and so lovely to add to your scrapbooking, cardmaking or all other paper projects.
For this showcase I made this lovely summer layout with photos of my adorable grand babies celebrating Jewish Holiday called Shavuot. This is an early summer Holiday we celebrate as a tribute to nature and to all things mother nature gives us and this is a reason they hold a basket full of veggies and fruits and wear this flower bouquet. (The little one doesn't like anything over her head, so it stayed there for a second only).
The easy way to make garden page is just to use PHP Garden paper pad. Period. Any single paper from this pad will do the job, so I picked a couple and hand cut big images to overlap the background paper.
I also added inked over stencil flowers, lot of home die cuts made from the patterned paper and then I played with PHP stickers.
Paper House Productions
Dies- Die- Versions
Mask: Memory box
Inks: RangerStep by step instructions:
1.Use green and yellow distress inks over the flowers mask and add the images over the background patterned paper.Hand cut the flower watering can and the strawberries and glue them on both corners as shown.
2. Die cut the hexagons background and adhere it over the page. Glue both photos over the die cut background.Die cut the bow and glue it to connect both photos as shown. Hand cut the " Home grown" circle and glue it on the bottom as shown.
3. Adhere all 3d stickers over the photos and over the hand cut circle. Add 3snapshots stickers on the top of the photo and one extra on the can.
4. Die cut the Celebrate sentiment from patterned paper and the " great day" sentiment from a piece of red cardstock.Make your mixed die cut title over the photo.
I entered this project to Let's get arty challenge blog for Alter the patterned paper background. I used mask and inks over the patterned background here.