Friday, November 7, 2014

Paper House and are you ready for baseball?

Welcome to my Paper House project and are you  ready.. batter up... ball season is just around the corner.
I used the Sports Paper Pix Pad collection and the paper called Baseball 12" collage.
If your family is sports oriented then this pad is for you .. amazing themed sports options  
and double sided for more creative pages.

Close ups show more details and some fun added accents.

This paper had the fabulous large scoreboard and I didn't want to cover it...
I chose a circular option and made it pop using matting background, some punchinella
and then added some fun Creative Embellishments Accents... some of which I added some glossy accents.
The title is stickers and some chipboard star looking outer accents.
Alot of times the corners are very bare. It is so easy to grab left over stash pieces to create
a layered banner with matching colours and fun accents.
The inked circles are made using the Sew Easy ink rollers.

I still had so many fun progressive batting photos and the only way to use them without spreading
them all over fabulous themed paper was a progressive strip. It was perfect.. but photos
alone looked lost on the page.. so more layers to add that pop of colour needed.
I grabbed a few more Creative Embellishments to accent the strip.. the frame is a great
addition and the fun arrows give it flow from left to right.
Lots of great black scallops with red trim and white gel pen was used to doodle some stitches to it.
Notice also that you don't always need matching accents .. dig into your stash and see what you can find.



Miranda said...

Great LO!
Miranda :) BL

Lyne said...

Great details!

Tonya said...

Fun softball layout!

Your BL friend Tonya :-)

Unknown said...

Love your layout!!! I am a baseball mom and I NEED that paper!!!! BL Hugs ~ Lori

Stephanie said...

Stephanie B's Creative Designs here. LOVE your layout!! BL

LisaM said...

Love what you did with that paper Bev! Awesome sports page!

An'Jenic G. said...

Great layout. I like the way you used different elements around the circle photo. Happy BL An'Jenic