Monday, August 11, 2014

Maggie Holmes Styleboard Layout 4


Woo-Hoo! I got my layout done and moved on! I am always excited to finish and then start something new. Today is a share of my most recent Styleboard layout. I went a little overboard with Maggie Holmes purchases, so I will need to make another 10 layouts to use up this collection! :P




This is a simple layout to showcase some hilarious photos from my sister and brother-in-law goofing around. I have had these photos for some time, but because of the red/white colors of their clothing, I have never scrapped the photos. I just could not find any papers that clicked. I mostly want my scrap papers to coordinate with my photo colors. It is just how my brain works. I was pulling out some Styleboard papers and saw that these papers would work, according to my brain at least. So off, I went to scrapbook!

Under my title, the vellum arrow was not long enough for the length of "around". I cut the arrow in half and pulled it apart to appear as if it was longer. Kinda like adding another cup of water to the soup pot. :)



Exciting that I used an OLD clip on this layout (the little light blue clip). Sweet!!! I am not sure who the manufacture is. I have had it so long.



Supplies Used:
Maggie Holmes Styleboard Papers, diecuts, labels, and chipboard frames
Echo Park Capture Paper (woodgrain piece)
Fancy Pants Design Cork Heart
Studio Calico Chipboard Camera and Heart and Vellum Arrow
Teresa Collins Sequins
American Crafts Chipboard Thickers
Jillibean Soup Tile Stickers
Dear Lizzy Polaroid Paper Pieces
Bella Blvd Washi Tape

Have a lovely day! ~Tisha

9 comments:

  1. Such a fun page! This would be perfect to link up to the Mix Tape linky party at Paper Issues. :) http://paperissues.blogspot.com/2014/08/new-issue-mix-tape-with-hazel-ruby.html

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  2. Such a darling layout, Tisha, love how you did your title and those long banners are fab! :)

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  3. Fabulous page! Oooo...and I need to remember that title. Some of the Maggie Holmes embellishments have horses on them and I never know where to use them!

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  4. What a fun fun page! Great photos

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  5. Awesome page! Fun photos, wonderful papers, great title, genius little tip about cutting the arrow apart, too! :)

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  6. This is so fun! I love the heart pp you used and the frames. You added so much interest it is fun to look at the page. Awesome job!

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  7. You did a great job of downplaying their red and white clothing - I didn't even notice it until you mentioned it. Great page!!

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  8. Such a fun layout…very fun photos :)
    I love all the hearts on this page, especially that background paper.
    These photos worked perfectly with the papers you chose.

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  9. Great layout! I love the colors. What a great way to improvise with that arrow. I've had to do things like that before. We scrapbookers always find a way to make things work. :)

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