Since becoming part of the Sarah Hurley team, I have found myself creating more scrap layouts, which is brilliant as I rarely made time for scrapbooking previously. Today's layout is a collection of photos and memorabilia from my bairns' dance show earlier this month.
After seeing Louise's green retro tap outfit, I decided that the green 12" square card, from one of Sarah's A Few of My Favourite Things kits, would be a great base. (It also co-ordinates wonderfully with my last layout!). I thought that the star card would be a great addition for my "little stars" and I loved the little journal cards and camera, also from A Few of My Favourite Things kits.
I roughly laid the cards in position and decided that a bling studded banner would be great as the title. ("Born 2 Dance" was the name of the show, by the way.) I sketched the rounded "rope" for the banner and placed the banner stamps to get the rough spacing.
I then stamped the banners (from Garden Fairy, by Clare Brown) using Sahara Sand ink. After letting it dry, I rubbed out my pencil line and stamped the letters, before drawing the "rope" back with pen and gluing the gems in place.
I ended up having more photos printed and wanted to keep other items like the tickets and running order, so I decided I would make a little pocket. I had an orange C6 envelope, but it was a little too large for my layout, so I cut the edges to fit. I then decided that the star card would look better than the full bright orange of the envelope, so added that to the front of the envelope and used the envelope shape to cut the top of the panel. The panel was stuck to the envelope back - narrower double sided tape would have been batter than this 10mm one. A tiny bit of velcro and some decorative button and gems completed the pocket, so that none of my bits get lost, but they can easily be removed to look at.
Sarah Hurley Items Used:
A Few of My Favourite Things kits - card, journalling cards, camera picture, This week circle, button
Garden Fairy, by Clare Brown) - to create the banner
Be Amazing Girl - sentiment
Sid the Robot, by Clare Brown - sentiment
Silver Stickles - on the title and sentiments