As soon as I saw this adorable typewriter I knew it would look amazing super-sized as the focal point of a scrapbook page. This is a great way to scrapbook a story if you don't have a photo to go along with it since the "paper" portion works so well for lengthy journaling.
I cut the title using a true type font on my computer (cutting one from the 6x6 swiss dot petite prints pad and another to offset from black cardstock). I must gush and say how much I love the new 6x6 pads and petite prints in general. I know they will remain my go to papers. I love how you can mix and match them to create endless color combos to match so many different themes and moods.
I finished off my page with some of my favorite Doodlebug buttons, sprinkles and tiny type stickers for the typewriter keys. This layout was seriously so much fun to create and came together quickly. I hope I've inspired you to "go big" with some of the new Doodlebug cutting files. :)
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).
Supplies Used (available at Scrapbook.com)