Supplies: Patterned paper: Basic Grey (flourishes), October Afternoon (Brown & white polka dots), Imagination Project (Stripes), Cardstock: Bazzill (Pink & brown), Scalloped felt: Fancy Pants, Stickers: American Crafts (blue) & Renoir (silver), Pearls: Kasier (magenta)Others: lace, ribbon, heart brads, brown pen, transparency, tag. Punches used: Fiskars & EK Success. Bracket shape: traced from Jenni Bowlin paper
The challenge over at Scrapping the Music this week is the song, "This is me". The design team did a great job interpreting the challenge. You can see their layouts here. Powerful lyrics alluding to the importance of believing in oneself..."this is the real, this is me"..."no more hiding what I want to be"..
Here's a closeup..
As usual, I utilized my scraps for this layout. I used my Fiskars punch (the smaller ones) and a larger EK Success punch for the scallop squares. I used a slot punch and put ribbon through the holes, knotting each end for some texture. I printed descriptive words on a transparency which served as "patterned paper" and also my journaling. The silver stickers serve as secondary titles which are lyrics from the song that I liked the most. I used my American Crafts puffy stickers for the main title, "This is me". Don't you just love these stickers? Pin It