This page documents a recent favorite photo of my daughter and LOTS of journaling. I wanted to record all of the little bits and pieces that make her who she is at four years old.
That floral watercolor paper was the inspiration and starting point for my page. I knew it would pair nicely and be the perfect contrast to the denim and woodgrain in my photo.
I loved the patterning and gradient of color on the sticker/chevron arrows. Not only do they add a fun accent to the left column of the page, but they direct your eye to the important stuff - the story!
I loved putting together this cluster of elements on the right side of my photo. Again, I started with the watercolor flower diecut, knowing it would be complimentary to my photo and background. From that point I played around with different sticker, diecut and dimensional embellishments until I landed on a pretty cluster of elements that wasn't too overdone. The wood veneer arrow, again, directs your eye to focus of the page and the sweet 'I love your face' text sticker acts as a subtle page title.
Thanks for joining me today! I'll be back again tomorrow with another page created from the My Creative Scrapbook February Main kit.