Noteworthy Brothers Layout | Mariana Grigsby
Tuesday, June 28th, 2016
When the kids are growing up it seems that time flies by and it is hard to try to do other things besides dedicating your time to them. I have a bunch of favorite pictures of my sons waiting to be on a scrapbook page. I know that it will be very difficult to make pages for all those pictures but at least I can make the ones that remind us of celebrations or meaningful moments. Now that my sons are older, I think that this is the right time to scrapbook as many of those special photos as I can.
Today I am sharing a 12×12 scrapbook page that I created using some of the products from the Noteworthy Collection by Richard Garay.
The design of the page is quite simple. I adhered four 6”x 6” Noteworthy prints on a sheet of 12”x 12” white cardstock. I then cut out ¼” strips from Totally Tangerine cardstock (Celebra’tions Collection) and I adhered those strips over the middle vertical and horizontal joints. I added stitches over the strips.
Next, I created a rectangle (8.5” x 9”) from Black Licorice cardstock. I used the pierced star dies (Celebra’tions Collection) to create a pattern of perforated stars on the right side of the cardstock. After that, I adhered the black panel over a Whip Cream panel of the same size. The white panel underneath makes the perforations stand out revealing the star shapes. I adhered this block over the 12”x12” page.
The picture that I used is 5” x 7” and I adhered it over a Golden Glow rectangle (Celebra’tions Collection) that measures 5.5”x 8.5” leaving enough space on the lower part for the title. I adhered this panel over the left side of the black panel. For the title, I used individual letter stickers that you can buy at any craft store.
I stamped two different sentiments over Oatmeal Cookie cardstock with Black Licorice Ink. I stamped the outline of the text bubble with Orange Creamsicle ink. Afterwards, I die cut them into a text bubble with its matching die. I then adhered the text bubble with foam squares onto the page.
Next, I proceeded to die cut some stars in different sizes from Golden Glow, Totally Tangerine, River Stone, and Whip Cream cardstocks. I adhered the shapes with foam squares as well. To finish off my page I added some Bro Rivets and Rhinestones.
Every time I finish a page, I think to myself that I really like adding scrapbook pages to my albums and of course, I always want to continue making more soon! Thanks for joining me!
Are you a fan of scrapbooking or are you more of a card maker? So many of us dabble in both and I must say, it’s fun to create and use a variety of techniques on different projects! Please share on social media if you create with RG products and tag @teamrichardgaray
Have an amazing day!