"Wood" You Be My Baby

Posted on Jun 10, 2015 12:37:03 PM

Hi! Karen here! When I saw this wood grain paper with wonderfully weathered frames scattered on it, I knew it would make the perfect background to share my nephew's first month.

Karen Sessions - Wood You Be My Baby

I selected black and white photos and only used one color photo to draw the focus. Three of the frames were completely cut out and reassembled with foam tape for a more dramatic 3D effect.

Karen Sessions - Wood You Be My Baby

Instead of filling all the frames with photos, two of them hold an embellishment.

Karen Sessions - Wood You Be My Baby

Karen Sessions - Wood You Be My BabyFinally, I used ribbon and washi tape to make mini flags to cluster around the main photo. This was such a versatile paper, and it could easily be used with any photos to make a stunning layout. 

Karen Sessions - Wood You Be My Baby

Karen Sessions - Wood You Be My Baby

Directions:
1. Use the Paper House 12x12 
Wood Grain paper as the background. Cut out the centers of all the frames with a craft knife.   Carefully align photos in three of the openings and adhere the photos to the back of the layout.

2. Assemble two non-photo frame inserts to emphasize your theme. Completely cut out the last three frames. Next, attach the layout to a sheet of scratch paper to add stability to the layout. 

3. Fill the remaining loose frames with photos or embellishments. Embellish each frame with ribbon and reattach it with foam tape. Wrap ribbon around one frame. Tie a simple knot and attach a charm around another frame, and for the last frame, add a decorative bow.

4. Finally, embellish the main photo with a cluster of mini flags.   

Supplies:
Paper House Generations Paper Pad (PP-0038)

Visit the Paper House store to see their whole range of themed papers and embellishments, and don't forget to stop by 
my blog to see a tutorial about how to create a unique tissue impression embellishment.

Paper House - Karen Sessions

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1 Comment

Susie Bentz

posted on Monday, June 15, 2015 10:23:21 AM America/New_York
This is really precious! Thanks for the inspiration!

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