Today is my day over on the iCopic Blog and so today, I am changing things up. I actually didn’t use ANY Copics on my project today *GASP*. . .
I actually used a couple of the other products from the iCopic store! Have a look:
As I always do on my scrapbook layouts, I do my journaling with my Handy Dandy Multiliner! I use this thing all the time! I outline elements with it, or write with it. There is a little bit of Copic Multiliner on nearly every scrapbook layout I make these days. They come in a variety of colors and line thicknesses. I used the Black Multiliner SP.
Here’s the complete layout. This is my silly hubby making faces while washing the dishes. I was actually taking photos of the dogs, I think, but he was just being so silly I had to capture the moment. My hubby is the type of guy who can always make you laugh.
The next thing I want to point out is my buttons I added. There is a real button, and then there are two chipboard buttons. I absolutely LOVE the combination of the various textures and colors when using some faux buttons along with some real ones! It really just adds some extra visual interest to the page. The faux buttons I used came from the Webster’s Pages set called: Trendsetter. This is actually from a button & twine combo set so you can dress up the centers of your buttons or leave them plain.
Here are some additional close up photos:
The letters, sticker elements, and patterned papers were all from the Note to Self collection kit, which was past of the March SP Monthly Kit.
I also used the following SP and Company Stamps: Sewing Chic (for the decorative label shapes behind the photos), Mustache Madness, and the Diamond Background. I bet ya never thought that the Sewing Chic stamp set would ever be used with the Mustache Madness stamp set! LOL
My layout was inspired by a layout I saw on Creative Scrappers, by Stacey Apps for Sketch 205. I am also entering this layout for that sketch challenge.
Well that’s all for today, folks!! I will be back Friday to share one more layout with you before the weekend.