Here's a close-up of one of the smaller pictures. I stamped the music notes on the strip of card stock that runs across the page.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
I'm still working on my son's high school scrap book, hoping I'll have it done before he graduates in May. Today's page is a perfect example of how to scrap some of those large eight by ten group photos you might have lying around and don't know what to do with. When I saw this sketch on SCS, I was ecstatic, because I knew exactly what to do with it! My son plays percussion in the local youth symphony, and the large background photo is their annual group photo. It was originally an 8 x 10 with some writing on the bottom. I cut the writing portion off and moved it to the top left upper and bottom corners. The other two pictures are of Jordan with his drum set. Here is a close-up of Jordan in the group photo. He is in the second row, first boy on the right.
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Good morning, Amy! Such wonderful pages done for your son--what a handsome guy you have there!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the visit and your kind words--you're always so nice!
Hope you're having a beautiful weekend!
What a great page!! This layout and your colors are perfect! You are right this is a wonderful way to use an 8x10.ReplyDelete
Awesome page and great picture of your son. He looks like a VERY cool drummer!ReplyDelete
This is such a great scrap page Amy.. I am so bad at this.. I have a million pictures in boxes..It is a project I need to start too..Terrific job..He is so handsome..Love this.ReplyDelete
Amy what a great page!!! WOW!!!!ReplyDelete
Hi Amy! This layout is PERFECT!! Love how you incorporated everything yet each piece speaks for itself and stands out! GREAT JOB!ReplyDelete
And what a cutie your son is!! Way to go Mom!!!
Wow fantastic page and great photo's.
Hugs Emma x
Great page Amy! The photos are fantastic, what a handsome son you have!ReplyDelete
Love the strip of stamped music notes!
What a wonderful layout and design!! :) Wanted to stop and say congrats on making the *wink*wink Ink DT!!! looking forward to working with you!! HUGSReplyDelete
Congrats on winning a spot on the winkwinkink DT! I'll be looking forward to seeing your creations. :)
How clever to crop the large photo into it's components then add detail shots. This is a great page.ReplyDelete
Great page! Great idea on how to use 8X10 pictures. Your son is a handsome young man! Best of luck to him.ReplyDelete