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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

A Boy's Life Layout by Cathy H.


Cathy Harper has created a wonderful layout that's all about a boy, her grandson Gideon!  Cathy found him a Superman cap that's just perfect for her little superhero!  She loved the photo so much, she knew she needed to create a page.

For her layout, Cathy used lots stickers from SRM's Everyday Boy sheet.  She loves how these clear stickers just melt down into the page and look like the text is printed right onto the page.  

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Cathy loved adding lots of little extras to her page made using the Everyday Boy stickers like the 100% Boy paperclip she created or the little red cross stitches or the loopy border on the bottom both from SRM's Sticker Stitches.  She also loved using some SRM Punched Pieces in black giving the layout more pop and as a great point of focus.  Love the special little heart at the bottom of her page symbolizing how Gideon truly steals her heart everyday.  She finished  off the layout by adding her favorite embellishment, Maraschino Red Baker's Twine.  YUM! 

SRM Stickers Blog - A Boy's Life Layout by Cathy H.- #layout #boy #everyday #stickers #punched pieced #twine 

Here's the Everyday Boy Sticker and as you can see there are lots more stickers that Cathy can use on another layout featuring Gideon.  Wonder what he'll do next? 


Thanks Cathy for a darling layout of a darling boy!  

6 comments:

Lalo said...

Such a fun page!!!

Cathy A said...

Fabulous page

Diane Jaquay said...

This layout just screams FUN, love it!!

Shelly said...

Awesome layout! Totally fun!

Peg said...

So cute! You did a fantastic job on it.

Christine said...

Such a fun page!

 
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