We were on vacation at a lake and my teenagers decided we should rent both a pedal boat and a paddle board at the same time and bring a frisbee into the lake. It was wonderful to see my teenagers having simple fun with smiles on their faces, and even including us in the fun. I had my phone on the pedal boat and was able to snap some pictures.
The Club Q kit contains so many beautiful papers and embellishments and everything goes together perfectly, so it was very easy to create these pages. I didn't even need to cut a single piece of paper and the only thing that I added was PowderPuff Chalk Ink.
The highlight of this page is the big sun. It came pre-cut in the kit. All I did was ink the edges with PowderPuff Chalk ink in Sandy Shore and adhere it to the page.
The title is made from 2 pieces of white chipboard that were included in the kit:
- I used my ink blending tool to apply PowderPuff Chalk ink in Deep Sea.
- I added extra ink directly to the edges.
- I layered the title over the light orange print and attached the chipboard frame with orange brads.
- I decide to leave the frame white, but added a small bit of PowderPuff Chalk ink in Sandy Shore to the edges.
I decided to use little circles as embellishments because they resemble the frisbee. I used a different type center in each one (brad, pearl, and flower) and inked the edges in a coordinating color of PowderPuff Chalk ink (Bermuda, Key largo, and Sandy Shore).
Even though I have more photos from the same outing, I decided to create 2 separate scrapbook pages instead of a 2-page spread. Here is the second page I created using the same colors and techniques as described above.
On this page, I used the round "frisbee" embellishments along the edge of my journaling block.
I had so much fun creating these pages with the beautiful papers in this kit. I hope I have given you some ideas for scrapping your own sunny day photos.
Quick Quotes Products:
August Club Q
PowderPuff Chalk Inks: Bermuda, Deep Sea, Key Largo, Sandy Shore
Ink blending tool from Ranger
Journaling pen from Creative Memories
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