Scrapbooking is about capturing those special moments and the everyday ones too. Birthday Prince is about one of those special moments, my son’s birthday. He had been looking forward to his birthday for MONTHS. Seriously I was a bit worried as he had built it up so much in his mind that I didn’t think the actual event would hold up to the dreams in his head. He did end up having a wonderful family party.
I’m not sure where he got the idea but the morning of this birthday he decided he needed party hats. I didn’t have time to run back out and get any but came across a little dress-up crown while tidying the house. It saved the day and he became the…
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I love the bright and fun colors in the Hello Sunshine line by Lily Bee Design. I created a fun collage using up some of my paper scraps to create this layout.
You can alter chipboard many different ways. The Lily Bee scalloped chipboard accents have been cut in half and sanded. The plain chipboard pieces have been covered with patterned paper to coordinate, or painted with acrylic or distress crackle paints.
Quick Tip: Using a black cardstock background for this layout makes the bright primary colors pop.
Supplies: Hello Sunshine papers and chipboard by Lily Bee Design, French Swirl Voila felt strip by Prima, Flocked and Felt Thickers by American Crafts, sewing machine, black & white cardstock by Bazzill, Kraft Ticket by Maya Road, chipboard crown & Calendar Rub-on by Maya Road, Tiny Attacher by Advantus, chipboard by Basic Grey, Dash of Red Studio Line Paint by Ranger, Brushed Pewter Distress Crackle Paint by Ranger, Symphony Tissue Tape by Advantus
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Have a creative day,