Here we are! At Project 50! I completed the 50 Projects challenge at the end of May.
Let’s get started!
It’s a picture of my brother and my daughter from our last visit to his place. They were playing together and I told him to wash her hands. Well, that happened.
I knew I had to turn this awesome memory into a scrapbook page.
I’m kind of obsessed with this tile technique that I started on one of my PL Layouts that you can see here. I think it was a great way to anchor the entire layout. I also like the way it gave my layout a clean and modern feel to it.
I used my Silhoutte Cameo to cut out the letters for the title. I cut each of the letters three times and then stacked them on top of each other to give them a thicker appearance. The added thickness also added more dimension to the title.
I wrote out the rest of the title using scraps of my favorite black cardstock and my white gel pen. As you can see, I wrote out the title in pencil before I went over it with my white gel pen. I totally forgot to erase the pencil marks when I took the layout outside for pictures. I don’t erase the pencil lines right away because I want to give the white gel pen time to dry. If the pencil marks are erased too soon, there is a change that the white ink will smear.
It was fun working on this 50 Projects challenge. I hope to try to join in on more challenges in the future.
I’ve got lots of new projects and lots of news in store.
I hope you had fun keeping up with my 50 Projects!
What sort of other challenges do you want to see me participate in? Leave your answers in the comments!