Apparently the March Papercrafting kit includes a B side print that looks like it was covered in yellowing masking tape.
Then I saw this page by Amanda Jones and immediately ran to my scrap desk.
This was the result.
|I used the sun from the Scrap FX travel embellishment pack model #2012190|
and the urban stencil model # 2012348
I mixed in a few of my other pink tapes to give the page a little texture.
|I got this materials photo idea from Yvonne Yam who also has a|
GREAT tutorial over on her blog Do More With Less.
I used the following apps for this: Hipstamatic, PicTapGo for the dreamy
exposure, Camera+ for the border and Phonto for the words.
I still have their old version which is more mustard than neon and I rarely use it.
This new one is bright and very pretty.
|Funny thing about neon- it's really hard to photograph.|
The scanner couldn't handle this page at all- it made everything almost white.
My nervousness got the best of me and I spent more time telling rambling stories than discussing the subject at hand- challenges in everyday scrapbooking.
I now have an answer for Noelle's very perplexing question-
How to scrap everyday moments if your routine stays the same or if your family spends a lot of time in front of a computer?
|Used with permission- sort of. ;)|
Thanks for swinging by!