Saturday, February 5, 2011

Girls Can Drive Fire Trucks too....

I love doing a girly layout about something not-so-girly. Like, my daughter pretending to drive a fire truck. Multi-Photo layouts are always a challenge to me. I love doing single photo layouts, but I almost like just as much, trying to fit as many pics onto a page and make them look cute. It can easily look jumbled, or messy, or like you don't even have any paper to show because there are so many pics! It's a challenge that I can only do when I'm in a certain mood. The kind of mood where you have plenty of time, and can play around with it a ton before finally placing things where they make you happy.

This layout was fun. The journaling reads, "At her friend, Lincoln's b-day party, they visited a fire station. Avery was not afraid to sit on the front after the loud sirens went off. So many of the kids were scared. You never know, one day she might just grow up and decide that she wants....

TO DRIVE A FIRE TRUCK (the title)


The bling I used below was actually cell phone bling that I cut up to make a frame

LOOOVE this picture of her sticking out her tongue. My fav.


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4 comments:

The Scrappy Cottage said...

How cute is she. I like the bling to frame the photo. Glad you had fun doing this, one and it shows. Wonderful job......

Nora said...

You did a wonderful job using multiple photos!
What a cute girl and she looks like she's having so much fun! That's the really important part of scrapbooking...capturing the fun that children have and all the emotions we have in our relationships and different aspects of life. You did a wonderful job capturing that!

Cris said...

Wow, what a great page! And that tongue picture is so cute, she's enjoying but having a hard job on turning lol!
Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog!

Sue Down said...

Such a cutie, great page!