First Game at Papa John Layout

Here’s a great idea for a 2-page Layout! Amy was able to includes lots of photos on this layout and make it look GREAT at the same time!

 

Supplies:

  • Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – Tags Sports Defined Paper
  • Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – No Pain No Gain Paper
  • Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – Chipboard Charms
  • Thickers – Chipboard Letterman – Black
  • MLYB – Say What? Clear Cuts Sticker Words – Sports
  • MLYB – Say What? Journal Tablets – Sports
  • Adorn It – Etched Natural Letters Cardstock Stickers

Step-by-step directions:

  1. Start with two sheets of red cardstock for your base.
  2. Since I had so many photos from this game, I decided to make two 8×10 collages with four smaller photos on each and one 4×6 collage with six smaller photos.If you do not make collages, you can take your photos and create your own by matting them on white cardstock. I positioned my larger photos in the center of the layout and added my smaller photos in the lower right hand corner.
  3. I added a strip of Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – Tags Sports Defined Paper across the top of my photos in the center of the page.
  4. I selected the “A Good Sport” journaling card from the MLYB – Say What? Journal Tablets – Sports.
  5. Next, to embellish the page, I cut the “#1” circle out of Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – Game On Paper and the “Football Victory” piece from Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – Chipboard Charms and layered them over the journaling card. (I used a pop dot under the “#1”.)
  6. For my title, I used a combination of Thickers – Chipboard Letterman – Black, MLYB – Say What? Clear Cuts Sticker Words – Sports (“game”) and Adorn It – Etched Natural Letters Cardstock Stickers.

Layout by Amy Wheeler

Click Here for printable instructions and to order all the products you’ll need to create this layout.

Happy Scrappin’

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