Leeann's girls have been playing hockey for the last couple of years and she has certainly enjoyed watching them grow in this sport. They certainly are starting to get a reputation as the fierce Pearce girls! Leeann couldn't wait to dive into Crate Papers DIY collection. She loved the photo overlays, this was the starting point for the page. The ephemera pack has an assortment of dates, numbers, cards tabs, tags etc. Which Leeann used to help create matts and peek a boo tabs.
Danielle’s daughter started drama classes this year, so Danielle chose to focus on this activity for her double page layout. Since she can’t actually take photos during the drama class, Danielle used a variety of instagram photos she had taken of Sienna in various dramatic / make believe outfits and poses. With 8 photos and a teeny touch of journaling, she has captured the reason why the drama classes are such a success.
This page design is really flexible for multi-photo pages, especially at this small size, each photo being just a couple of inches square. While Danielle featured one row of photos, you could add a second or even third row above to expand on your story, or add more detailed journaling. Danielle also featured a couple of pages of the Smash ‘Play’ mini-book as paper elements, amid Fancy Pants ‘Down by the Shore’ patterned paper, Glitz Designs paper layers and a Cosmo Cricket tag.
Suz’s daughter is loving calisthenics at the moment and went away on her first mother-daughter Dance Camp recently. Suz has chosen to record snippets from this weekend in a layout using a whole mix of her favourite brands, from Studio Calico’s HeyDay, to Prima flowers, American Crafts thickers and the supercute Heidi Swapp mini envelopes. The sequins aren’t any scrapbooking brand but Suz had to include some to as a memory of all the ones she sewed on the weekend!