Here's another layout, I just finished it this afternoon. It's been sitting out on my table top for quite a while, and I had initially thought of it as being done, but today I needed to add that hexagon shape just above the journaling and the eyelets to the left of the speech bubble, and then some bling scattered around the page.
I didn't have any original photos to put on the layout, but I did find some ( thank you Google Images!) and I also found some funny memes that I couldn't resist shrinking down and spraying with Pinstripe Mister Hueys.
The chevron die cut is my recent addition. I used Kelly PurkeysThis is how I roll stamp on it, and then added some bling. I think it's exactly what my layout needed!
I feel like I stepped back in time to about 5 years ago when I added these eyelets. I'm actually glad that I dug them out. I was looking for something to bring a little of the gold hexagon color to the other side. I also used green arrow washi tape beneath the cut out title.
I've been so busy with busy-ness this year. It seems like I didn't force myself to have any down time to really do things that I enjoy.
I did get to do some scrapping again, and I'll be posting photos of those pages over the next few days.
Today's post is a page that I made about my roommates dog, Billy. He is a crazy dog, I tell my roommate that when you look into his eyes, you see love, and the back of his head. There is NOTHING else in there.
This photo was one that she took late at night with her cell phone. She got up to use the bathroom, and when she came back to bed, he had moved from the foot of the bed to where she was laying and he had worked hard to get himself under the covers just so. The look on his face is just *so* Billy.
Anyway, here you go!
This page came together so quickly! I was particularly blessed to have a cut file from Rosalie. I've been paying attention to her files for a while. I am a member of Studio Calico, and they have a designated die cutting board that is a priceless resource if you own a Silhouette Cameo ( Or any cutters of that nature). I found the title "Silly Billy" on her blog, and cut it out 3 times in black and then once in the patterned paper. I cut off the "Billy" part and pasted the three black titles together and then pasted the "Silly" on the very top.
The papers are all part of a Studio Calico kit that I got last month. I loved that kit and used it until there were just shreds of papers left over.