Celebrating Our Graduate!

Friday, May 2, 2014

Happy Friday everyone! I had a few quite hours where I had the house completely to myself so I took advantage of that and started to play with some of the messy products sitting on my desk! I added in some of the items from Frosted Designs Kits and this is what I created!

Last May my daughter graduated from Evangel University and we couldn't be more proud! Even though the weather wasn't very Spring-like that day, I decided to make a Spring-Like layout!  :)

I had a lot of fun getting a little messy on this one! I started by spraying a little Dylusions Ink (Lemon Zest) on the background paper (which was in the Love is in the Air  kit). I then used my Koi Water Brush along with the Watercolor Crayons to add a little orange to the background. I love the water color look! Finally, I used the stencil (from the November Mixed Media Kit) and some Gelatos to create the blue circles!


The patterned papers I layered behind the photo were from the Shades of Spring Kit. I outlined the edges of the patterned paper and scalloped frame on the photo with the Black Gelly Roll Pen! It is perfect for this! I LOVE the black chevron Trendy Tape from Queen & Co so I added that in a few places! Do you like the Studio Calico polaroid die cut? It is from the Sea Breeze Kit! Don't you love it when you have bits and pieces left from kits that you can use like this?!  :)

Finally I added a few extras down in the corner of the layout! I can't get enough of the Maya Road Vintage Metal Trinkets!


Tomorrow is National Scrapbooking Day! I hope you get some time to play and create! If you need supplies, you might want to check out the Sale going on in the Frosted Designs Store!


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4 Responses to “Celebrating Our Graduate!”

Jean said...

I love how you pulled everything together into this fabulous layout! The background is just wonderful!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is gorgeous! I love love love the colors!!!!

Sandee Setliff said...

LOVE how the lines can all be mixed together, fabulous job!

Lisa in Texas said...

Just lovely! Love all the fun accents you added!