Camera Hijacked-Layout Version19 September 2012 | By Katrina in Banners, Page Layouts, Pennants, Uncategorized
Hey everyone! Katrina here again with a layout this time. Have you ever left your camera unattended with teenagers around? Well, I bet you can guess that I have by my layout today. We were at the bowling alley and I had no idea these pictures were on my memory card till I started going thru them. BTW, this can happen with ANY camera that is laying around…iPad, phone, you name it!
I was inspired to scrap these from a layout that I have seen, but I cannot remember where. (trust me it is bugging me!) The designer had done a layout with random pictures that she had found on her camera that were taken by some “rogue” picture takers! And my Basically Bare inspiration was one of my favorite sets, the Paparazzi set! This layout is a little out of my usual style, but I loved the way it turned out. I used one of my kit club kits (Cocoa Daisy) and then just added my Basically Bare pieces in with it. I also faux stitched with my Zig Millennium pen around the entire layout.
I used the black chipboard pieces, because I really liked the bare look of it with everything else going on in my layout. I tucked that film strip in underneath and angled it slightly.
That scallop border punch is one of my favorites, but it needed a little kick to it. I just added some of the scallop banner pennants that were the perfect size to fit in the scallops with a little area left around them. I just used some Fabri Tac adhesive to adhere my pattern paper to them, cut around the shape and then sanded the edges. And if you are wondering, I usually use Fabri Tac on all my chipboard and canvas work here. It does great with the Basically Bare chipboard and canvas.
And then there is that camera! I just covered it with a strip of pattern paper and then cut out the lens center with an Xacto knife. I backed that with a circle piece of canvas that I cut out of a canvas heart from Basically Bare. I made a small tag on another smaller piece of canvas by stamping the “snapshot” and then just trimming around it. I placed the tag in the center of the lens and called it done!
So get out your kits that you have sitting around and add some Basically Bare goodies to them to use them up! Adding little bits and pieces from Basically Bare is a great way to make your kits go further!
Basically Bare Embellishments- Paparazzi Set and Canvas Hearts
Other Supplies-Cocoa Daisy Kit (Sept 12), Amy Tangerine Today Roller Stamp, Tim Holtz Stapler