|Supplies: background paper by Lily Bee; woodgrain paper by KaiserCraft; all stickers by Bella Blvd; pen by Zig.|
I created this page for the challenge at Get Creative, where the task is to create a layout with lots of flowers. I had fun using all the flower stickers that came on the Bella Blvd sheets.
Really, Bella had me at "red alphabet stickers." I love almost anything red. Actually, this Bella collection is supposed to be patriotic in theme, but most of the pieces are flexible enough to work for a variety of topics.
For the main photo, I used the same trick I mentioned in my last post: I combined a color photo (foreground) with a black and white photo (background).
The journaling reads: "While visiting the Saint Anthony Park branch of the Saint Paul library on our fifteenth wedding anniversary, we came across a community poetry board. Here's the poem that we composed."
You can see the poem in the photo above. It's not Shakespeare, but with the limited number of magnetic words available to us, I think Scott and I did pretty well.
I also printed a second photo of the poem--this time in black and white. From this black and white photo, I cut out the individual magnet shapes. Then I reassembled the poem on this giant speech bubble--decorated, of course, with a flower.
I hope that you have enjoyed my flowery layout and my little poem. Take care and have a great weekend! :)