If you haven’t heard already, Scraptastic Kit Club is celebrating their 3rd anniversary this weekend!
So I had this picture, which posed a few problems. Firstly, the ugly part of our pool with the label showing, really dominated the photo. Secondly, there was a big gap of space between the subjects in the photo. Thirdly, my younger daughter wasn’t even looking at the camera! But I wanted to scrap this pic anyhow because I love the look on my oldest daughter’s face. She thinks she’s photo bombing the picture, but I was actually trying to compose it so it was a selfie with my kids playing in the background. She’s all about photobombing these days, so this pic is a “the joke is on you” kind of photo.
|I used the large cut-out camera as an embellishment to hide the dominant lettering on the pool|
|I love this bikini sticker and think it looks cute layered under the die cut words|
|How does a non-surfer use surfboard stickers? As generic pointed oval shapes!|
Although a lot of the pic is covered up, the important parts are still showing and I like that this one will make it into my scrapbook after all. I like to use the last bits of a scrapbooking kit on “lower-stakes” photos, so that if it turns out looking like a Franken-layout (all pieced together with what I have left), I don’t feel like I need to rescrap it. But the good thing about these kits is the products work well together right down to the last bits.
Here is the start to finish process video for this layout: