Saturday, 9 May 2015

Class of 2013 lo

Sometimes the only graduation photos you have are full of background images that you don't like or need on your scrapbooking page. The only possible solution is to cut the silhouette and to glue the photos over the solid backgrounds as I did on this page. The second thing is the products we use for graduation projects. If you have the themed products it's very easy to use them. But with non themed products you should fit the colors and the papers to your graduates. My twin girl graduate is what I call "my blue girl": blue eyes, blue mood and even baby blue outfits in her past. So I used Colorways blue collection and added some symbols such as a huge door (that will open in her after college future).

Supply list
Patterned cardstock: Sapphire scales, Sapphire Ornamentation Coloraways paper by Paper House Productions
 Die cuts: Die cuts Sapphire accent pack by Paper House Productions
Rub- Ons: Today Happens transfers by Paper House Productions
Stickers: Explore Puffy stickers, Enjoy Puffy stickers, Graduation 3d stickers, Good Life cork stickers, Picture Perfect cork stickers, Hey you cork stickers- Paper House Productions
Punch: Circle by Martha Stewart
Ink: Blue by Clearsnap
Letter stickers: Thickers by American Crafts

Step by step instructions: 1. Cut the door image from Ornamentation cardstock, ink all strips with blue ink and then glue the two side  strips with the backside up over the Scales cardstock. Glue the cut out door in the middle as shown.
2. Cut out the graduate silhouette and glue it over the silver and blue card from the die cut accent pack. Punch the graduation hat circle and glue it over the image as a circled accent.
3. Make the foam letters title and add puffy "Explore Life" stickers as your sub title. Use rub- on saying over 

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