2008: Farms and Birthdays
This spread is an example of putting two different events together in a single spread. We had a day at a farm and a few days earlier we had celebrated my Grandmother’s Birthday. Even though these are two different events I created the spread so that they blend together well.
Notice that I used the same corner punch to create the borders for the pictures on both pages, and that I used the same two colors for those borders.
If you look carefully at the picture of my grandmother holding her wrapped gift you will notice that I used my Cricut for the lettering and graphics on her gift as well. The next picture shares what we gave her – a Thomas Kinkade print!
When we were at the farm we took a hay ride and got covered in hay. I had to pay tribute to that by putting a hay border edge along the left hand side of the spread.
Posted on November 22, 2013, in 2008 and tagged Birthday, chick, chicken, Cricut, farm, MASCrapping, masculine scrapbooking, ScrapBook, scrapbooks for men, thomas kinkade. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.