I decided to crop some old photos I have been holding onto in my photo box for over a decade waiting for the perfect inspiration. In fact these were among my very first digital images that I took the day I bought my first digital camera and sadly I couldn't locate the original images so it was important for me to document these in a special way.
After I had my grouping of photos mounted on a scalloped square that I die-cut from white cardstock on my Silhouette, I set to work creating a fun little neighborhood scene using the house stickers from the icon sticker sheet.
For my title I die-cut a circle from one of the 4x4 squares found on the Coloring Eggs patterned paper and then layered it with another die-cut circle cut from the swiss dots paper. For the center, I topped it with a house popped up with foam tape which I fussy cut from the Rainbow Jellies patterned paper. The circle was the perfect spot to center my title around using the Love Letters cardstock stickers.
To finish off my page, I cut a border from the Bunnyville patterned paper and created a third grouping with a bunny and tree sticker from the icon sticker sheet. I then topped the tree with some tiny flowers shape sprinkles and other cupcake glitter sprinkles for the flowers.
I'm so happy to finally have these precious photos documented. I hope I've inspired you to print out some special photos of your own and get them scrapbooked--You never know when you just might accidentally lose them! ;)
Interested in the products I used to create my projects today? To make supplies easier for you to find, I have listed them below (affiliate links included).
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