What a joy the "STOMP" line from the Abbey Road Collection is to play with! Not only can we use it to make great juvenile pages, but it worked quite well on this more mature layout too.
The blues and greens in the "Plants Life" Die cut paper worked beautifully while complimenting the colours in my photo of a gorgeous canal in the Netherlands. The tranquility of the water and trees on this early morning left a mark on my soul and it is a memory I wish never to forget.
I applied brown ink to all of the edges of the various papers to give some definition. There are plenty of layers to add visual interest.
I had fun creating a little shadowbox using one of the frames from the co-ordinating Big Attitude Accessory Sheet (AR1076) and Transparency Frame(AR1071). For directions on how to do this layout, please download the following instructions: Beauty Instructions
So after creating something for me, I could not resist using some of the dinosaur themed papers for a classic picture of my son who thought it was a good idea to eat a dirt pie... hmmmmmm... must be a boy thing! I broke out a few more of the "STOMP" papers and accessories from the Abbey Road Collection to make the following page...
We all know that I am all about lumps and bumps on my scrapbook pages so I added some Crackle Accents to my die cut title "GET DIRTY". I also had fun layering the new epoxy brads with hand cut elements from the papers and transparent embellishments. Don't be afraid to cut apart a sheet of paper to get the image you want.
On this project I really only wanted to use the Dinosaurs and swirls. Using my scissors, I cut out the designs so I could "pop" it up and create my own custom scene. I combined the cut outs with a die cut image and the adorable chipboard embellishments.
Do not be afraid to layer the various components to give lots of depth to your project.
So there you have it... a couple of fun layouts for the young and the young at heart! Have fun playing with the My Mind's Eye "Stomp" Line.
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