When I saw first saw the London Calling digital kit I knew I had the perfect photos to use. My little grandson turned one last month and his mom did a smash cake photo shoot with him. So adorable! But I am a little bit biased.
This first layout uses one of the papers and an overlay of London for the background paper. I added the photo mask that came with the kit and clipped a close up of the cake with his little hand to it. The cake title used the alpha that was in the kit. For the tag cluster I used a premade cluster that included the ribbons and clip and added the tag. There weren't any tags in the kit, so I pulled one out of my stash and clipped one of the kit papers to it and stamped the phone booth on it to decorate. A button was also added to the tag.
The next 2 layouts use the same photos. I wanted to show you how using different templates, but the same photos and kit can give you completely different looks.
The first layout I used a couple of stamps to decorate the triangles. I also used the moustache stamp to decorate one of the photos.
(template by Scrapping with Liz)
The last layout was a Christmas template but I loved the big photo area. All you have to do to use a template for other occasions is to replace the Christmas items with the elements of your choice. The elements on a template are just place holders and suggestions. I ended up using clock faces, gear flower and gears from Club Scrap's Time of Your Life digital kit, greenery from Castaway digital kit, staples from Gratitude expansion digital kit and bottle caps from Bold Blooms digital kit.
(template by Fiddle-dee-dee Designs)
I couldn't decide which layout I liked better. Guess I'll have to ask my daughter-in-law which one she likes since it will be going into a book for her.
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