It's another Fabulous Friday at Frosted Designs and we have a fun challenge coming your way this week!! We are asking you to use CIRCLES on your layouts or projects! There are so many fun possibilities with this challenge!! I decided to use some negative cut circles on my layout, and here is what I came up with:
I have found a new love for my Cricut Expression lately and I decided to cut the border strips along the left hand side of my page and then use the Expression to cut all of the circles. I used the centers of some of the smaller circles, to add back to the center of a few of the negative spaces, once I attached my paper to the layout. I didn't want to create the same exact mirror effect on the right side of my page, so I decided to balance out the circle design by adding the View Finder sticker from Echo Park's Note to Self Collection.
I was pretty amazed that I got this shot of my hubby and the kids on Father's Day morning. If you had seen us right before this was taken, you probably would have thought we were a crazy family!! :) We were trying to rush around and get everyone ready for church, but we wanted to sit down for a minute to give daddy his Father's Day gift. With all of the chaos that had been going on minutes before, I was so in awe of how serene they all looked in this photo. This is probably one of my favorite photos taken to date of my hubby and the kids. I was very excited to get this one scrapped, and a little intimidated on how the end result would turn out, but I am definitely in love with this layout!! :)
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Products Used: Patterned Paper: Echo Park & Crate Paper; Stickers: Echo Park; Font: Arial Black; Brads: The Paper Studio; Acrylic Paint: Apple Barrel; Button: Dill-Button; Wood Veneers: Studio Calico; Other: Tag