|Supplies used: Simple Stories - patterned paper, diecut pieces; Bazzill cardstock; Silhouette; |
American Crafts - wood button; Studio Calico - wood veneer
It's no secret that I tend to get a bit wordy when it comes to the journaling I include on my scrapbook pages. By sizing my photos down and keeping most of the page design toward the top two-thirds of the page, I was able to secure a large space at the bottom for my journaling (or incessant rambling - whatever, you prefer to call it!?!).
Now unlike journaling, page titles are not my strong suit. I usually go for the obvious when naming my pages. In this case however, 'cute baby in highchair' didn't really feel right, so I decided to get a little more creative! I did a play on the word 'cheerio', since that is what my baby girl was feasting on in these pics. Does it work?!? I don't know that I'm convinced, but I do know that it's better than the first alternative ... ha!
Well, that's all I've got for today. Thanks for stopping by for a visit!
Oh, and one more thing....I mentioned in my last post but will do so again, in case you missed it - If you're on Instagram, I have an all new account @jaclynrenchstudio. Once I reach one hundred followers, I'm giving away a $25 gift certificate to scrapbook.com! There will most certainly be other random giveaways, as well. So, I hope you'll come and check out my new account and follow me!
Wishing you a happy and crafty weekend!