This is a Dick and Jane vintage style custom order I created last month with pics of 6 kids in mind.
I themed it "In Our Family We" and tried to give some direction to the photos with things they like to do together.
Loved the colors of this page and I included so many embellishments. I hope it's a page they find something new even after looking at it a few times.
I used vellum pockets and for stamping. I also did a lot of outlining and shading to give everything a cohesive look since I pulled supplies from 10 different companies.
I tried to keep brown and green with accents of red and blue as my general color scheme for all the pages.
I included a ton of tags behind photo mattes. I like journaling on tags better than on the page just in case there is a handwriting malfunction. :)
Lots of paper punching and layering, and tiny embellishments to bring out the family theme.
Love the warm colors on this page. I relied on a lot of Maya Mist for all the chipboard pieces I included.
The family had six kids so I thought this would be a cute page to put a pic of each of them.
I tried to make it interactive with things to open up, pull out, and fold over.
I made my hubby laugh because I included these sweet characters, but I didn't know what the family looked like so I wondered if they would still like them if it was an African-American family. But hard to be more Dick and Jane than this. ;)
Swoon. Don't those colors look beautiful together? I have been hanging onto that green snap since the first month I started scrapbooking. I also added a piece of film strip ribbon to clip photos or scraps to.
I used up some lace I had left over from Halloween projects, and by leftover I mean highly coveted and hard to let go of. ;)
I tried to incorporate a lof of texture since I can't make the pages too chunky. There are bits of felt, fabric, lace, etc.
Another full page shot. I mixed in mattes for all the standard sized photos.
A lot of Maya Road went into this project: tags, rub-ons, ink, chipboard, ribbon.
I loved these colors together. Funny, I am sad thinking of that tiny scrap of velvet ribbon I used. There is a greedy ribbon-hoarder living in my heart. Haha.
Well, don't want to overwhelm you with pics. Hope you like, and spend some time scrapping your family over the holidays. Merry Christmas!