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November 14, 2011

Feeding the Dolphins Layout







Hello!!  Lori here from Scrappin'MyStressAway!  I am excited to be on TheBugBytes with a very fun layout.

When we were at Sea World recently, my most favorite part was feeding the dolphins.  I started designing this layout on the plane ride home!!!




When I create a 2 page layer, I typically open a 12x24 mat on my Gypsy and lay things out on the first Layer.




I welded the letters "the" on the back of the dolphin,




I had some trouble with my dolphin border (two welded together).  The inner cuts were too intricate and they tore.









From the advanced menu, I used Hide Contour to hide the inside cuts.





I planned on layering two borders (one on top of the other) along each page.  I had a limited amount of this tourquise paper (thanks to the tearing), so I just used the one.





To add some dimension I used twine and fuzzy ribbon.



Once I cut out the title, I kept the negative piece to use as a template to glue the letters down in a straight line.



I found some sea shells and coral from Paper Doll Dress up.  I grabbed some fish, seahorses and birds from Life is a Beach.  I hid the extra fish and stretched this one out a bit to  make it longer ~ I wanted it to mimic the fish we fed the dolphins.





I took a scrap of white cardstock and my Score Board and created this tiny paper box.  I trimmed the corners and glued the sides together.



I took this shape from Lacy Labels size at 7.71 inches to tuck behind my larger photo.




I added some paper coral, shells and seahorses around my photos.  I added the white birds to the top of my layout.








I took a scrap of yellow paper and used a border stamp to soften the edge.  I hand wrote the journaling and tucked it under the photo.





Thank you Pam for having me over today!!!








9 comments :

Carole P said...

Wow, Lori! I haven't scrapbooked in a while but your page is making me want to get back to it. Beautiful work!

JenL said...

I love your LO Lori!!

Pam said...

Love the layout and the details in it. And a great idea to use hide and contour for preventing tears. TFS

mforquer said...

Oh my gosh this layout is too cute! I love the details like the border of dolphins and the little box of fish!!! Oh my just too cute!
Hugs,
M

Audrey Frelx said...

Lori, oh what a pretty layout!!! Love the water waves with the dolphin looking like he's jumping out of the water!!! You did a beautiful job!!!

Dayna Sabrina said...

Great layout Lori! I really like the dolphin border. Thanks for sharing.

Jeannie said...

Dolphins are my favorite creature! And they did you well in the layout. Wonderful!

LisaB said...

What a great LO!!!! That is my favorite part of Sea World as well. Love all the details. Thanks for sharing

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Lori I just love this page. Awesome all the things we can do with our Gypsy and you made yours dance! TFS

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