Class of 2013

Posted on May 9, 2015 9:00:00 AM

Hello, Irit here on the blog today! Sometimes the only graduation photos you have are full of background images that you don't like or need on your scrapbooking page. The only possible solution is to cut the silhouette and glue the photos over solid backgrounds, as I did on this page. The second thing is the products we use for graduation projects. If you have themed products, it's very easy to use them. But with non themed products, you should fit the colors and papers to your graduates. My twin girl graduate is what I call "my blue girl": blue eyes, blue mood, and even baby blue outfits in her past. So I used the ColorWays™ Sapphire Collection and added some symbols, such as a huge door (that will open in her post-college future).

Class of 2013- Irit Shalom

Class of 2013- Irit Shalom

Class of 2013- Irit Shalom

Products Used:

Paper House Sapphire Scales ColorWays™ Scrapbook Paper
Paper House Sapphire Ornamentation ColorWays™ Paper
Paper House Sapphire Accent Pack
Paper House Explore Puffy Stickers
Paper House Today Happens Rub-On Transfers
Paper House Graduation 3D Stickers
Paper House Good Life Cork'd™ Stickers
Paper House Picture Perfect Cork'd™ Stickers
Paper House Hey You Cork'd™ Stickers
Punch: Circle by Martha Stewart
Ink: Blue by Clearsnap
Letter stickers: Thickers by American Crafts

Directions:

1. Cut the door image from the Ornamentation paper, ink all strips with blue ink, and then glue the two side strips with the backside up over the Scales paper. Glue the cutout door in the middle as shown.

2. Cut out the silhouette of your graduate and glue it over the silver and blue card from the diecut accent pack. Punch the graduation hat circle and glue it over the image as a circular accent.

3. Make the title out of foam letters and add the puffy "explore" and "life" stickers as your subtitle. Use a rub-on over another card from the diecut accent pack, ink the edges, and glue the card in the top-left corner. Add an arrow diecut and stickers to make the upper embellishment cluster. Make the second embellishment cluster near the title.

Thanks for stopping by!

Paper House - Irit Shalom

Posted in Scrapbooking Layouts By Tara Sturm

2 Comments

jean marmo

posted on Saturday, May 9, 2015 4:13:14 PM America/New_York
Gorgeous!

Beverly Jordan

posted on Sunday, May 10, 2015 11:06:06 PM America/New_York
Congratulations and love your layout!!

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