August 13, 2021

Fishing Scrapbook Layout

Hey everyone! Today I am sharing a scrapbook layout of my daughter fishing and the fish we caught.

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First, I started with some papers from the 49 and Market Vintage Artistry Beached Collection for my background and to back my photos. The Chipboard Fishing Set from Creative Embellishments that I used was perfect for this layout. On the pole and net, I used some VersaMagic Jumbo Java Ink to darken up the natural chipboard color slightly and on the fish, I used some Delicata Silvery Shimmer Ink.

On the Creative Embellishment Fishnet Panel 2, I left it completely natural. I also used the Creative Embellishments Fishnet Stamp to stamp randomly onto the background of my page.
To adhere all of the chipboard pieces, I used my Xyron Mini Multi-Stick Glue Gun.

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