This layout is for the "Fresh and Fruity" challenge, this month, here at "If it's Groovy"!
The challenge was to use a fruit, or fruit colors, and make a layout using them. I chose "Lemons", since I wanted to use this photo of my granddaughter Madison, and the face she made reminded me of someone who had just taken a drink of something sour!
I used a lot of my older stash, to make this layout, including the black "Makin Memories" stickers, the background green pattern paper, and the lemonade die cuts! It always feel's great, to use thing's that I have had for a long time. The lemon, featured in the top right hand corner, was really a refrigerator magnet, that I removed the magnet from. The tag was supposed to be a gift tag, but I just dressed up with a few drink stickers, and then added the journaling block, and pipe cleaner. The "bling" squares on this layout, came off a Christmas ornament, that I had bought, just for that purpose. It probably had over 50 of the square's, on it for $1.00! I just peeled them off the ornament, and then stuck them right on my page, they didn't even require anymore adhesive!
To make the banner, I actually used part of some previous packaging, that I cut into strips. The part that I used, was the portion, that showed you which patterns were included in the packages.
The journaling reads: On vacation in Florida, Madison had just taken a big drink, when we snapped this photo! I love the look on her face, it was priceless!
I hope you enjoyed this layout today! Happy Scrapping, Love Penny
Supplies for this layout included:
Green Pattern paper - unknown
White and yellow cardstock
Miss Elizabeth's Stickers - UPC 7169300088
Wilton white bow - UPC 7089618518
Beary Patch - Die cuts (Lemonade pitcher and glass)
Makin Memories - Black stickers
Elmer's glue stick
Large Lemon shape - Kitchen Magnet
Circle Tag- Gift tag from Target
Jewels - These I took off a Christmas ornament, that I had bought just for that reason, it had over 50 of them on one ball!
3 - word accents on bottom of page - Cook Bookin
Yellow brad - Recollections