I truly believe that everyone has a special role in their family. My mom loves to share her love of cooking with us. My dad is the "entertainer" and always makes us smile. And so on and so on...
I believe that my role is the storyteller.
They look to me to take photos and document our special times together. Since no one in my family makes layouts, I've decided to start making more pages and scrapbooks for them.
First up is a page for my cute little nephew. He recently had his first photo shoot. I used the Paper Bakery sketch for this one.
Instead of using three photos, I used one as my focal point. To follow along with the sketch I used photo frames and "dressed them up" to add interest.
Here are some close up details. I used Basic Grey's "Hey You", "Hey Girl", and "Capture" goodies on this one.
I also loaded the page with plenty of chipboard, die cuts, and some crochet thread too.
I tore the paper to make it look a bit jagged and worn around Tristan's photo. I think it adds a bit of texture and makes the photo pop.
There's a stitched element to the page too. I used Basic Grey's garland and made my own handmade buttons using Epiphany Crafts 14 Round Tool.
I'm entering this one in the following challenges: