Hi everyone, I’m so happy to be back sharing another layout created with the amazing No Limits collection. My assignment today was to create a layout with either multiple or shaped photos. I decided to create with multiple photos so that I could feature three of the nested frames from the Chipboard Stickers. My photos are from last weekend when my 8 year old daughter played her first netball game.
I used the Big Bang paper because I love the large star with all its rays. I handstitched the outline of both stars in corresponding thread to make it stand out, and to add interest.
All of the three fames are chipboard, and I selected my photos intentionally to feature action photos in the smallest frames that were taken at a distance, and then printed small to fit the frames. All three frames fit nested within each other. This one is the largest and is polaroid style. I embellished on top of it with Accessory Stickers.
The next frame isn’t probably meant to be used as its more a separator between the two other frames. But I though it was perfect, and I don’t like to waste product! I embellished with a Chipboard banner. This photo also shows my title which I easily created with two words from the Die Cut Titles, which I popped up on dimensional adhesive.
The smallest frame is also the thickest, and once again was perfect for an action photo. The “Be Yourself” is cut apart phrase from
I embellished with lots of chipboard stars, Wood Epoxy Buttons, Accessory Stickers and Puffy Stickers. I love how all these elements look scattered amongst the frames, and radiating out from the star.
I created a process video which you can watch below.
I hope I’ve inspired you to scrapbook multiple photos, and use No Limits to documents sports.