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Baby With the Remote Layout


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The inspiration for this layout is the subject of these photos. Every time we go to her grandparents’ place for a visit, Macey Ann sits in her Opa’s spot and holds the remotes.

Baby With the Remote Layout

Scrapbook Supplies

•Blue photo mounting paper
•3 TV theme stickers
•Double sided adhesive

Scrapbook Tools

•Personal trimmer
•Scissors

Scrapbooking Notes:

I used the blue photo mounting paper to contrast the red of my daughter’s outfit and to compliment the couch and blue pillow. The photos were large so I overlapped them because I didn’t want to trim any more from the photo. I overlapped the photos so the pillows show in both of them because they are more colorful than the light blue couch. I added the stickers next to each of the photos at the top of the empty space; the television sticker helps to enclose and define the space at the top of the page and the stickers at the top of the other empty space separates the photo from the journaling. These two empty spaces can be used for journaling.

 

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