Hey y’all! Laura Alberts back with a Wild & Free layout featuring my youngest son and his stockpile of sister-annoying weapons. He is ready to take on all three of his sisters with this setup! I couldn’t stop giggling while scrapping this one, he’s so serious in his games and he was ready to rock and roll. This cut file from Paper Issues was absolutely perfect for this “target practice” style layout! I used the front and back of the Wild One patterned paper from the Legendary collection to build my background and then fussy cut tons of stars from the All Stars patterned paper to create a cascade that follows the color pattern of the background!
By tucking this larger ephemera star behind my photo, it helps to draw your attention to the photo as well as give the impression of the smaller stars shooting off from the larger one, a cool effect and perfect for this layout! I added a scattering of enamel dots and gold ink splatter to add detail to this cascade of stars.
I used a cut apart piece for my title and an arrow to draw your eye back to the photo again! On a one photo layout, it’s important to reinforce that this is the focal point in more than one way. And finally, I added these word phrase strips below the photo to create a pre-made journaling spot! I love how this layout came out and I think it really captures the feeling of that moment for my son.
I hope you’ve found some inspiration in this design and I would love to see how you capture your photo’s moment in time with your design! And don’t be afraid to fussy cut these brilliant stars that inspired this layout for me! They make for fantastic embellishments that already perfectly match the collection! A little bit of extra time can make a huge difference in your creations, those details can take your creativity even higher!
Thank you so much for joining me on the sister-blasting adventure and enjoy the process video for this fun layout below! Until next time, my friends!