Friday, May 15, 2009

My Own Accents - hand cut circles

I wanted a layout where I could use several of the photos from this day. I also wanted to convey the feeling how quickly our youngest grandson was crawling this way and that and so the other accents needed to be simple.
SO.... I picked up this one piece of patterned paper by Scenic Route that I just love and I cut out one big circle. I wanted it to be uneven and out of shape. I then just starting cutting circles out of that biggest circle. Because the paper is two sided, I could use whichever side I wanted and it looks like I used two different papers. I simply kept cutting circles out of the biggest circle and kept putting them around my layout.
I love the look of journaling paper so I used this journal paper from Scenic Route and used my Stampin' Up journal hole punch to make it look like I had torn it out of a notebook. The Tonic paper distresser and a quick rub with a brown stamp pad gives it a bit of a distressed look.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)
CRUISIN’ layout
Materials: Cardstock
Patterned paper – Background Worn Lines paper and Parkman Road/Garland Collection/Scenic route
Stampin’ Up hole punch
Making Memories chipboard letters
Art Warehouse rub-on phrases and arrows
Powder Puff chalk inks – Quick Quotes
Tonic Paper Distresser
Brads – Making Memories
(hand cut circles)

7 comments:

cheryln said...

so cute! you did an amazing job with those circles!

Angie Tieman said...

What an awesome layout!! Those circles are amazing!!

Natty said...

Totally fun layout! I love the contrast with the journal edging too - fab. :oD

Sandy from Ukiah said...

What a great layout.. love how you did the circles.. Totally AWESOME.. I love it.

wendyp said...

Adorable layout!!! You did an awesome job cutting out all those circles by hand!!!

Lisa Carroll said...

what a fun idea! It looks great!

Keri Lee Sereika said...

Aww what a fun page!!