Sunday, May 17, 2015

Welcome FREDDY - Stampin' Up! Baby Layout.

I absolutely love how this layout turned out. FREDDY (Fredrick) CLIFFORD PATTERSON, arrived into the world on 3/5/2015. Freddy had his photo shoot just one week after his birth, by an amazing photographer Rachel Scarce. This was a great gift from a family member. Wonderful memories captured forever.
Stampin' Up! Products used to create this Layout.

STAMPS -  Ray of Sunshine, Something for Baby, You're So Sweet and Layered Letters Alphabet
CARD STOCK - Whisper White, Basic Black, Tempting Turquoise and DSP Basic Grey
INK - Versa Mark
ACCESSORIES - Heart Border Punch, 1 3/8" circle Punch, Heat Embossing Tools, Heat Embossing powders, Silver and Tempting Turquoise. Stampin' Write Marker Basic Black, Big Shot, Baby's First Framelits, Circle Cutter or Circle Framelits,

Firstly I heat embossed the lettering in Tempting Turquoise on the Whisper White Cardstock, and cut out with the 1 3/8" circle punch. Then I divided the page evenly across the top, so I could heat emboss the little coat hangers in Silver embossing powder, so I could hang the name of them. Using the border Heart punch, cut out 6 little hearts to place on top of hangers.
I then used dimensionals to elevate the name so it would pop, and marked around them with the Stampin Write Basic Black marker, to make it a little more interesting.
Cut out the 6" circle and placed it on the page, and marked around it as well.
Layered up the photo with both colours of Tempting Turquoise and Basic Black.
Embossed the pram and wording in Tempting Turquoise to highlight the baby theme.
Layered the page altogether, and I'm very happy with the finished product.

Hope this gives you some inspiration and you make our own layout.

If you are interested in any of these products, contact me or go to my online store.

Happy Stampin'



Cheryl Algie said...

I love this page Cheryl ! Well done !

nyobre said...

Thank you, I was very happy with how it turned out.

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