Swim Team Layout

Posted on Jul 15, 2015 9:00:00 AM

Susie here today sharing a scrapbook page featuring one of our annual summer traditions: Swim Team! Paper House has a 3D Sticker pack that has all the right images to help capture the fun!

Swim Team Layout- Susie Bentz

On the left side of the layout, I used the Emerald Mosaic Paper from the new ColorWays release. It looks exactly like the tile you have seen in any number of swimming pools, and it was the perfect match for my daughter’s team suit! The Swim Team 3D Sticker pack is filled with a great assortment of accents for this sport, like these three swim stroke titles.

Swim Team Layout- Susie Bentz

In the title area, I created a small embellishment cluster using the 3D Stickers and added some bling that reminds me of splashing water!

Swim Team Layout- Susie Bentz

On the right side of the layout, I created a little collage. I just played around with the placement of the photos and the 3D Stickers until I was happy with the arrangement. I also added the word "fun" from the Explore Puffy Sticker pack.

Swim Team Layout- Susie Bentz

I love the new Rub-On Transfers from Paper House and added the “here we go” sentiment so that it overlapped one of my photos. I also included an arrow Rub-On to point out my daughter swimming backstroke. I decided the black didn’t show up well enough against the background. No problem! I pulled out my white gel pen and colored over it!

Swim Team Layout- Susie Bentz

Be sure to check out the sports-themed products from Paper House for all the athletes in your house!

Products Used:

Paper House Emerald Mosaic 12" ColorWays Scrapbook Paper
Paper House Explore Puffy Stickers
Paper House Swim Team 3D Stickers
Paper House Be Happy Rub-On Transfers
Want2Scrap Inspire Swirls (2) pack
Love My Tapes Vintage Watch washi tape
Love My Tapes Black and White Stripe washi tape
White gel pen
DCWV background cardstock

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you find some time to play today!

Paper House - Susie Bentz

Posted in Scrapbooking Layouts By Tara Sturm


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