My favorite is a perforated sheet of different tickets, some of which I used on this page about the park:
I painted the background with some white paint, and then drew a square with a thin back pen to ground my photos.
Some of the other die cuts are from the Sunny Days and Corrinne collections. I also outlined the titles on the phrases to make them stand out more.
Of course I wanted to challenge myself to use these papers for a NON fair or park layout, and the colors went just perfectly with some photos I had of Charlotte for her 2nd birthday.
It's hard to tell in this photo, but the background paper is actually a like pink gingham print...LOVE it! I did a bunch of hand stitching and machine stitching as well.
This scallopped patterned paper I cut to create different "tiers" and layered them across the page. I outlined the edges with a black pen.
These balloon die cuts actually had "tails" on the, but I cut them off and tied some white twine around them to make real strings! :)
These last two pages I want to share were actually posted in June on the SEI blog, but I totally forgot to post them here! So here they are, without much description!
This page uses a whole bunch of different lines....I really like the design of this layout with the photos going off the edge.
And here is a quick one I whipped up using "I'm an Athlete". Since we don't really have any athletes in our family yet, I did a page about my hubby and his dad and brother and their trip to watch the Final Four tournament this year in Houston.
I have been doing a LOT of scrapping the past week, but nothing I can share, yet! Tons of stuff for DT and GDT spots that I can't wait to share!