Scrapbook Sunday: M.O.S.I
Welcome to another Scrapbook Sunday. Today’s page is about my daughter on the Sky Trail at the Museum of Science Industry in Florida. Yep, still working on that vacation album. She was quite the daredevil on this thing.
The papers all come from my stash of Paper Wishes patterned papers. These come from the April 2010 Personal Shopper Kit.
For the title I used the same technique as last week, using pre-existing die-cut letters and coloring them with Worn Lipstick Distress ink to get a brighter shade of pink.
I used the Honor multi-shaper punch. These punches are very versatile because you can create borders as well as circles and ovals. I used it here to create the border along the bottom, and I used the left over piece (the other side of the edge) for the top border, which kind of makes it look like I used a bracket border punch on the pink dotted paper, but I didn’t. Tricky, tricky :).
My favorite part of this page are these three flags I created with scraps, which are on the top left hand corner. After I was done with the page, I kept looking at that corner and feeling like it needed something. And then it hit me. I’ve seen this decorative element in numerous scrapbook pages in magazines and online. And for once I actually remembered a technique I saw somewhere else, LOL!
I hope you enjoyed today’s project. Have a wonderful week!