Saturday, March 24, 2012

Elementary School Layout



I'm slowly working on my son's elementary school album.

I needed a one page layout for the beginning of the album, so I created this page for it.







Now I just need to take a photo of the front of the school, preferrably once the snow has melted.  So in a couple of months...  ?  ;)



I have to keep working on finishing up layouts for the past couple of years (Gr. 5 & 6).

You can see the pocket page layouts I've already created for his school album using True Fit Folios HERE.



This is his last year in elementary school, as he's in Grade 6, so he will be at the Junior High in September.  Yikes!




Happy creating!  :)




Supplies used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Paper:  Victory B&Ts; Olive, Colonial White, Grey Wool CS
Stamp:  Trinity Alphabet
Ink:  Chocolate
Embellishments:  Durables Antique Gold Squares, Olive buttons, Milepost Shapes - corrugated star
Punches/Die:  Real Estate Sign punch (EK), Lg. and Small Star punches (SU); By the Letters die (MFT)
Other:  Large Circle cutter (Martha Stewart), 3D foam tape, Glue dots



3 comments:

Kelly Maatman said...

It's amazing how fast they grow up! I love how you were able to balance the graphics of the paper with your photo placement and embellishments.

Angie said...

Great page Vicki, perfect opening page. I had such a hard time when my son entered middle school. Crazy, how they grow up so fast!

Heather R. Plotzke said...

This is a great title page. I think people sometimes get so wrapped up in creating its too much. This will showcase the photo, while being artistic without overwhelming the photo.

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