And here we are again with another "flat" layout...and it has title placement issues to boot! Poor baby. And again, I remind myself (and others) that the story is told, it is not an ugly page, and the recipient loved it. Mission accomplished!
That being said. Let's start with the title. Once again, when I look at the page on the computer screen, I see that I would be happier if I had cut the title slightly smaller and placed it below the photo, right on the navy print layer. Bah... live and learn. Always learning!
Then the flatness.... I have an ongoing battle with myself. I love giving some dimension to a page, using pop dots and dimensional accents. But, in this case, my practical side won out. I simply had to make some of the pages for this project flat. I simply did not want to venture into a third album for this project.
Papers for the page were from Authentique (the B side for that nice distressed background), old Creative Imaginations, Basic Grey, and more pieces from Authentique. I cut the title using my Cricut and three different cartridges to make a wack-a-mo looking title for this crazy bunch of wack-a-mo boys. Stickers were from Lily Bee, Simple Stories and Basic Grey.
This was the last day of school, Junior year. Some sort of dress-up day...not sure the look they were going for (Daisy Duke?), but they were funny!
As for me..still have to be happy with a page that makes the recipient happy.
and better yet, still learning