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SnapShot | Sarah Wyles

Hey everyone! How is your friday going? Anyone scrapping this weekend?

Well I got to do a little scrapbooking this week and I chose a picture from my adventure climbing a mountain and I thought the Snapshot perspextive worked great for it.

I pulled out my Heidi Swapp Color fresh collection and pulled some papers that I liked, along with a bold black and white strip from my stash. I knew I wanted the black and white on the top so that there was quite a bit of contrast when I added in color form the other papers, so I started there. Once I had that portion down I started layering papers behind my photo.

I added a few layers, roughing up the edges to add some more texture and then popped it up on some dimensional foam. I was happy with it at this point and wanted to see what else I wanted to do with the layout. I had laid my title, the perspextive SnapShot, on my layout to decide where I wanted it and then added thing from there. I knew I wanted a little more color on the bottom, so I added a corner out of some of the same paper I had layered behind my photo.

I decided that I wanted to add a brighter pop of color to the layout too so I grabbed some of the electric yellow paper from the collection and added a tag made out of it, behind my photo and finally adhered it down along with the SnapShot perspextive. Now I wanted to add some more embellishments! So, I pulled out the ephemera from the collection and found that vellum circle and loved it so I added that, a few arrows and florals from the collection and then realized that the Triangles and Tabs from Bramble would work great too, So I added a few of the green x or crosses and then a great blue tab at the top. I pulled a few word stickers that went with my layout and used them and printer out my journaling and was done.

I hope you enjoyed this layout!


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