Friday, November 13, 2009

Signs and the Wave

Somehow when we encountered this sign along the coast of Oregon, it did not bring comfort!!! I just had to take a photo!
Now for the "WAVE". There are so many milestones a baby goes through and learning to wave is one of them. It was fun to catch these adorable photos of our youngest grandson getting the idea.
It seems one of my favorite layouts for a scrapbook page is one larger photo for emphasis and then accenting that with some smaller photos.
I used an index size so that I could use some of the other really cute photos.
I wrote the word "wave" on white cardstock with a blue pen. That was outlined with a fine tip black pen and then I coated the word with Aleene's Paper Glaze. I love the epoxy look that gave my word although it is a little hard to see very well here.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)
Patterned paper – Explore/Meadow/We R Memory Keepers
Tiny letter stickers – Sticko
Chipboard letters for main title – Making Memories
Zig pens
Clear Paper Glaze – Aleene’s® – coating the word WAVE
Machine sewing
Rub-on circle words – Art Warehouse
Brad – Making Memories


  1. Aww.. he's so cute and that lo is perfect Linda! That sign is a bit scary, glad you made it home. ;)

  2. ohhhhh what a sweet lo!! He is just the cutest!! love the title work!

  3. I'm very impressed when anyone does lettering by hand. Not my forte.

    We are still trying to get our little grandson to wave. He waves good bye to "The Backyardigans" on TV...but won't wave to us. We are getting close. How wonderful to have it documented.

  4. Oh Linda, how cute is he... I love the look of one big photo with smaller ones too. The lo is "perfect".

  5. What a sweet page. LOVE your blog banner, btw.

  6. What a cutie and love how you did the title!

  7. Great layout. ADORE the new banner. New pix on my blog!