Sunday, December 13, 2015

Document December with Julene: My Project

My favourite part of Christmas is watching the transformation in the stores.
Suddenly there appears decorations, toys, paper, trees, food that doesn't normally inhabit the shelves.
Towards the end of November, I walked to my local store to take some photographs.
I managed to fit 3 on my layout.

But first the structure of it.

First, I fussy cut around the large flowers on 2 of the papers,one red and one green.
I tore the plain red paper to 11x11 and placed it diagonally on the plain lime green background.
The torn edge provides contrast.
Next, I used foam tape and adhered the flower sections in the bottom left hand corner.
This gave it depth.
Feel free to pop small pieces under the petals as needed.
Next, I positioned 2 photos then glued my diagonal heading.
TIP : Use a clear ruler to position accurately.
With  a space left, I used one of my frames to put a smaller photo in that top corner.
Lay it over before you adhere and cut away the excess.
 Here's my journaling. (He he he)
Finally my layout is complete.
Happy Christmas everyone!!!!!! from Julene


  1. Such a cute layout :) I like what you did with the title and the flowers :) Fun stuff at Christmas time :)

  2. Thanks for the shout out! Wish that we could make a meet up happen :) I enjoyed hearing/seeing your process. Merry CHRISTmas!

  3. Great design concept. What an excellent idea to feature the pretty part of a patterned paper.

  4. Very pretty and a fun idea to capture too!

  5. Aw. Wouldn't a meet up (with plenty of time for scrapping) be a perfect present? xxx

  6. he he on your journalling! of course, there's a chance for a German meet up next year isn't there! Fun stuff and a great "details" layout.


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