Found time to scrap a picture. It is perfect for this time of year – last day of school. Tim’s school year is winding down. Today he took his last End of Class test. I (he) has been looking forward to summer and all of it’s activities for a long time. One of the things I was looking forward to was my friends (the Bowman’s) visiting. They have now came and went. We had a blast!
The picture I am scrapping is of my middle son, Ben. He is walking out to the car after his last day of school before the summer begins. I decided to use chevron paper because it shows a lot of movement and excitement. I know Ben was excited. I then put a rub on that said “vacation” across the side of the chevron paper. I then found a sticker that said summer and catty cornered it across the “v” in the word vacation. I put a sun sticker in the top left corner of the page. The title is complete.
I trimmed and then matted the picture on a piece of grass decorative paper. I then matted that on a piece of white paper leaving plenty of room on the top of bottom for journaling and a couple of stickers. I put that on the page and then put an arrow pointing to Ben on top of the picture along with a sticker with the word “Yeah!”.
To draw attention to the word summer in the title I cut out a piece of chevron washi tape to look like a wide arrow. I then put a metal arrow, with a brad holding it in place, on top of the washi arrow. I pointed it at the word. – So much movement on this page. 😉
I added a few enamel dots down the page and then another sticker on the top. I kept looking for more and more things to add and decided it was time to stop. I like the results.
Hope your summer is a glorious one!