I especially love this photo I took of my grandson, it speaks to the essence of his personality: silly goofy and the spirit of an angel. It is moments like this that make scrapbooking all worthwhile. I love love those baby blues; my camera, really picked up the catch light in his eyes.
When I went flipping through my stashes for Patterned Paper, the Basic Grey - Lime Ricki Line " Boston Cooler" was a given for those blue eyes. To compliment, I used " Lemon Drop" from the same paper line and the green distressed background paper is from Prima Marketing " the Wisper Collection" - Discreet..
Cardstock is Night of Navy from Stampin Up. I did a lot of distressing using Stampin Up Always Artichoke Ink and Basic Black.
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For the journaling, I downloaded from the Internet the Font " District" cut and distressed with ink for added depth.
The circles which is always one of my challenges; but not this time. I cut the Patterned Paper at 10 1/4 inches and the Navy cardstock at 10 1/2 inches.....Voila using my Cricut Expression and the cartridge " Plantin School Book". No more bowls and slidy cutting tools.
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