I have a few more Counterfeit Kit projects to share with you all today.
This blue floral patterned paper really stumped me. I really wanted to use it on a scrapbook layout, but I didn't have any recent photos that would work well with it. I started digging through some photos that I took in early 2000, before I purchased my digital camera, and came across some pictures of my son when he was baby.
I think these photos might have been taken with a disposable camera because they are so blurry. I decided to use them anyway because they have a story to tell, and that drooly smile is definitely scrap worthy! :) The shirt he's wearing is similar in color to the patterned paper so I decided to use them. I managed to add a tiny sliver of that patterned paper! LOL I cut out a few of the flowers, added mini brad to the centers, popped them up on foam tape, and adhered them at the top of the layout.
I used a stamp & Versamark ink to add some texture to the cardstock background. I also fed a thin strip of blue cardstock through my paper crimper and layered that between the two patterned paper prints.
I decided to create a card using a portion of the patterned paper while I had it out.
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