Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Paper House Production new post for September!
Our family members are well known "world travelers". Also when you live in Israel each vacation out of a country means flight ticket, we still manage to see at least 2-3 new countries each year. So far I visited 50 different countries (I mean countries, not USA states); my husband visited much more and we still have a lot in our wish list. So this layout is about me and my addiction to travel vacations. I gathered 6 photos from 5 countries we visited in 2014 and one from our home Israeli vacation and made this layout with a title borrowed from this well known TV show. As the world is round, I made all 6 photos round shaped and made my journaling with names of
all countries visited that year.
Patterned paper: Bright and Beautiful; Nature paper pad; At the lake-wood; Orchard- Paper house productions
Stickers: World Travel 3d stickers, Birds 3d stickers, Family Portrait 3d stickers, Travel Cork stickers, Picture Perfect Cork stickers, Urban Snapshots Stickers ,Explore Snapshots stickers, World Travel cardstock stickers- Paper House Productions
Rub- ons: Paper House Productions
Chipboard alpha: Pink Paislee
Ink: Blue – Clearsnap
White pen, white mist
Step by step instructions: 1. Cut the Bright and Beautiful green paper to 11*11'' size. Ink edges of blue background paper from Nature pad with blue ink. Adhere green paper over the blue one as shown (a bit diagonally).
2. Cut strips from At the lake-wood paper and Orchard paper and arrange them on the left of your page and vertically as shown.
3. Cut 6 photos with circle cutter or by hand using some plates as your templates and arrange them over the right page side as shown. Add rub- ons over two lower photos as shown.
4. Add all stickers over the photos. Make the title with blue chipboard alphas and connect it with glossy accents for the interest and to keep so called "self adhesive" alphas on their place.
5. Add hand written journaling over the brown wood vertical strip with white pen. Add a few white mist drops all over the page.