It's Patty again with a fun boy's layout.
For all this boyish fun, the Suave collection by Authentique and
the That's My Boy collection by Echo Park were used.
The procedure here involved painting gesso onto the paper. Next, I used a mask and applied modeling paste. The paper strips were cut into wave shapes, crinkled and inked before adhering them to the page.
Behind the photo you can see part of a Maya Road mini album page which was painted, stamped and inked. It was also popped up.
For this cute chalkboard label, I used Word Software, created a textbox, then filled it in with black and typed in a vintage typewriter font in white.
The buttons were painted white, then sanded. The chipboard shapes were painted. An old prescription bottle and gesso were used to create the circles in the background.
Thanks for taking a peek!
Be sure to swing by my favorite happy scrappy place,
The Crafty Scrapper, in Waxahachie, Texas, where you can
see this layout in person and create a
similar layout for your own precious boy photos!