I am doing great with my resolution of making at least one scrapbook page each month. Maybe next month I may step it up and start doing 2 a month!? . . . maybe. . .
This page was super fun for me! I have been loving Jane Lee's hand drawn doodles on her cards lately, and wanted to try it out. . . mine aren't so cute, but it was still fun to try! For this page I started by painting some white craft paint on my High Tide DSP. I then used my Pool Party ink refill and Aqua Painter to paint some bubbles on it, though I probably should have waited until the paint was dried completely! I had a bit of a smear. . . luckily it was easily covered up by the photos! Then I totally ruined about 4 markers trying to do my doodles! Again, I should have waited until the paint was COMPLETELY dry, but I was having so much fun that I didn't want to wait! I was in some sort of mad creative zone, or. . . something. Anyway, my suggestion is that if you decide to try this, save the sacrifice of your markers and wait until your paint dries. It turned out super cute none-the-less, but then most of my goofy bubbles got covered up with my junk. Having fun is what it is all about, though, isn't it?! Check out the page:
And for you card makers, I did make a matching card too! Now, I probably should have bought the digital download and used my silhouette to cut out the anchors on the page and card. . . but, I like to do things the more difficult way, and sometimes I actually just like making my own patterns and fussy cutting things out. . . but you can always do things a bit more simple!
Supplies used: Hello Sailor stamp set; High Tide DSP; Whisper White, Smoky Slate, and Pacific Point cardstock; Pool Party, Smoky Slate, Pacific Point, and Summer Starfruit Stampin' Write Markers; Pool Party Ink Refill; Pacific Point 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain, Summer Starfruit 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain, and 1-1/4" Burlap Ribbon; Silver Baker's Twine; Linen Thread; Brights Designer Buttons; Essentials Wood Elements; Aqua Painter; On Film Framelits dies; Arrows Embossing Folder; Labels Collection Framelits dies; other: white craft paint and black sharpie.