While my previous post focused on the day to day photos from March, this time I used this range to document my little guy's birthday celebrations with a fun insert.
Even though my regular album format mainly uses 'Design A' page protectors, I decided to swith things up a bit with a different pocket configuration. As shown in the diagram I simply cut down a 'Design D' page protector and used my fuse tool to seal the bottom edge of the pocket in the left hand corner to create the insert.
I used the largest pocket to frame a photo of the birthday boy with one of the die-cut frames from the Miscellany pack and a large title from the pack of Ephemera and really like the effect of using large over sized pieces with my smaller photos.
As with my previous March pages, I again added black foam thickers to help tell my stories. Using a few die-cuts, clear stickers and ink splatters to dress up my card - the surface of the 6x8" paper pad is slightly slick so be sure to allow extra drying time before handling the cards.
I used the reverse side to document how Cayden spent the day playing at the park in true boy style.
I used more over sized elements to create my filler cards, mixing up the layers with a variety of textures for added interest.
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