...home of the Fergburger, can I take your order? Anybody? Anybody?
I'm finally trying to tackle all of my New Zealand pictures and my issue with vacation photos is that I like to get a lot of pictures on my layouts - some days I can go for one picture layouts, but I feel like my vacation album should be chock full of pictures. That's why I like turning to Club Scrap's sketches - they usually provide a lot of room for photos and embellishments and look good too.
September's sketch challenge was using Take Wing's monthly sketch, so I used that for this page. I just grabbed some coordinating papers and took off!
I wanted to use some of Pattern Basics papers, so I grabbed some plain cardstock that would compliment it. I used up some of my leftovers from the Peacock kit and added some stamping with the Tribal stamps. I gussied up the background with some mist and a mask.
The mist was a bit more subtle on the second page, but there was a lot more real estate being used by photos and paper that I was OK with that. These colors were so much fun that I thought they really helped with the mood of the page - even though it was cold and rainy this day in Queenstown, we were so happy to be chowing down on gigantic burgers. Because obviously food = fun.
Supplies // Paper: Club Scrap Aurora Borealis, All That Jazz, Peacock (green, blue, and gold), Pattern Basics Brights / Stamps: Club Scrap Tribal Borders & Backgrounds, K&Company Smash roller date stamp / Embellishments: Heidi Swapp Gold Lamé Color Shine, Studio Calico Circle Graph mask, Jillibean Soup Memorable Hexies, washi from stash, Peacock sequins, Peacock cutaparts, Meagan Elizabeth White Cloud alphabet stickers, pink letter stickers from stash