It's Natalie again, and I'm back with another two-page layout. I love to make two-page layouts because I can fit so many photos onto them!
There is a huge farmer's market in our city, and Husband and I finally made it up there to sample its goodness. I took lots of photos the first time we went, and the patterned papers in the September Lucky Girls kit with their homey, small-scale prints were perfect to fill in sections of my photo grid. I used my sewing machine and some butter-yellow thread to give the patterned paper sections a little border.I wanted to embellish these patterned paper blocks a little more, so I pulled out a couple of the corrugated hearts that came in this kit, inked their edges with some brown ink, and pop-dotted them in the pink sections. I added a couple of the foam dots from the Thickers set to tie in the aqua color from the title.
For the kraft sections, I made layered flowers by cutting three circles of increasing size out of two of the floral papers with my pinking shears, inking their edges, and crumpling them. I punched two holes and tied the layers together with twine. I think they are pretty cute!
A Jillibean Soup label sticker was the perfect place to add the date above my title, and I framed the journaling with a large bracket die cut with my Silhouette.
Supplies from the Lucky Girl Crafts September 2011 kit, "The Little Things That Count"
cardstock: Bazzill (White, orange peel texture)
patterned paper: Jillibean Soup Staples (White Macaroni), Jillibean Soup Sweet & Sour Soup (Sauerkraut; Crushed Tomatoes)
embellishments: hand-cut/layered paper flowers with twine from Jillibean Soup Bean Stalks Twill Polkas, Jillibean Soup Sweet & Sour Soup Labels, Jillibean Soup Corrugated Shapes
alphas: American Crafts Dear Lizzy Merry Mermaid Foam Thickers
alphas: October Afternoon Farm Fresh Mini Market Stickers (red & cream), Echo Park A Walk in the Park 12x12 alpha stickers
Silhouette SD: bracket_1007
brown journaling pen: American Crafts SlickWriter
brown ink for edging: Stampabilities
foam adhesive: Therm O Web
sewing machine stitching
sketch: Project 12 July 2011