Two-page Sketch #26
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"Tobin's First Birthday Party" by Noey Hunt
Products used - Patterned papers and stickers: TPC Studios; Letters: American Craft (Thickers), Making Memories (glitter); Tools: Cricut Robotz cartridge
Variation 1: I changed up the photos sizes some. I swapped out two of the horizontal 4x6 photos for another square photo, vertical photo, and small accent photos.
Variation 2: I kept all of the paper arrangements the same, but I dropped many of the embellishment details like stitching because my papers and photos were already busy.
Variation 3: I added a giant robot! For my son's party, I cut out about 10 unique robots as large as I could with 12 x 12 paper and used them to decorate the window at the party. I simply had to squeeze one of these robots onto the scrapbook layout for the party
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"We Love a Parade" by Penny Grimsley
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned paper: October Afternoon; Alphabets: Silhouette Die Cutting Machine; Embellishments: October Afternoon, Tim Holtz; Punches: Martha Stewart, Stampin' Up; Ink: Jenni Bowlin; Embroidery Thread: DMC; Fonts: Pacifico, Minnie, Waltograph; Stamp: Unity Stamp Company
Variation #1 - I changed the photo blocks by making them all 4x6.
Variation #2 - I added a border punch on the top and bottom.
Variation #3 - I punched the borders of the patterned paper and then stitched along the edges for emphasis.
Variation #4 - I made a journaling card to hold the journaling.
Variation #5 - I changed the heart to a Mickey Mouse head. The minute I saw this sketch, I saw Mickey Mouse heads instead of hearts!
Variation #6 - I added the tickets to carry out the amusement park theme.
Variation #7 - I swapped the tiny hearts with buttons to reinforce my theme.