Birthdays are another one of those events where you might take so many photos it’s too overwhelming to edit them down, or if you share your layouts online it might not be appropriate to include other little people’s faces. They’re one of the most fun events to document though, especially watching your little men grow up as you look back on the years.
Here’s a look at how Louise and Stacey dealt with their son’s birthdays.
Louise has created this muted birthday layout using the Basic Grey Bow Ties and Knee Highs range to show that you don't have to go bright to make a page fun. She hand drew and cut out the balloons, using some crochet thread as a fun element to tie the elements together.
For this colourful layout Louise again used the Knee Highs and Bow Ties range from Basic Grey. By using foam squares to raise the adhesive letters off the page, she's added dimension and highlighted the heading to make it really pop off the page.
What better way to scrap the "Birthday Boy" than with Crate Paper's Party Day collection. This collection has loads of cute embellishments which worked a treat with Stacey's 1st birthday photos of her little boy.