Saturday, January 5, 2013

Ready To Learn Layout

Hi Everyone!
I'm pretty excited to bring you my very first post as a Creative Team Member for Dr. Phil Scraps!

I have a really simple and quick one page layout to show you all today.

I started out with using a sheet from the Scholastic Paper Packet (item X7159B) as my base.
I thought those numbers were so cool and perfect for a school layout!
Then, I cut out 11 circles out of the Ruby card stock, also from the Scholastic Paper Packet (item X7159B) from the Artiste cricut cartridge (all cut at 1") and layered those behind a sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 kraft card stock before adhering that to my base. After my kraft layer was adhered, it was time to embellish.
I cut out "Ready To Learn" from the Artiste cricut cartridge.
The cartridge has this really cool font on it:
I cut out each letter at 1" out of the Ruby cardstock that comes with the Scholastic Paper Packet (item X7159B)

While I was looking through my Artiste cartridge, I came across this neat little school crossing image on page  45 in the handbook and I thought it went perfectly with my layout.

I cut out my school crossing at 3.5"

Do you see those cool little journal labels in the picture above?? 
How easy is that for journaling a date, grade, name, etc?
There are a lot of really cool images and journaling blocks on that.
Then all I had to do was add some photo mats, wrapped with some hemp cording and buttons and then for my finishing touch, some faux stitching with a brown sharpie marker.
Easy and simple! 
I love layouts like that :) 

I hope you enjoyed my layout today! 
I will be back next week with a new project for you.

I hope you have a fabulous crafty day!
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Supplies:
Cricut cartridge: Artiste
Card Stock: Kraft & Cream (Recollections)
Patterned Papers: Scholastic X7159B (CTMH)
Punch: Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers)
Misc.: Buttons, Hemp Cord, Foam Adhesive, Brown Sharpie, Scholastic My Stickease Assortment X7159C (CTMH)

1 comments:

  1. Great LO!!! So glad to get things started at Dr. Phil Scraps! Well done!

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