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A Night with DJ Steves by Amanda King

A Night with DJ Steves by Amanda King

Hello Mad Scrappers! It’s Amanda, back again with my third and final page made from Cocoa Vanilla Studios’ Legendary papers. This one came from a sketch published by GoGoGetaway as part of their recent cybercrop on Facebook.

I’ve no full sheets left now, but I was able to piece together a new 12x12 background by adding borders from the Brave Heart paper to the top and bottom of my All Star paper (from which I’d cut a strip for the first page I made).

I matted my photo on the brick print from the Total Legend paper and then layered that over the green and black patterned sections from the same paper and an offcut from the Brave Heart paper, using the other side this time. I turned this panel into a pocket by sticking the papers together with washi tape on the back and attaching it to the page on three sides only, leaving the top open. The pocket holds a journalling card cut from the Epic Tales paper which my daughter can write on next time she’s home, as this page is going in her University Years album.

I used the branding strips from several papers to run behind my photo as indicated on the sketch and added the ‘Stay Weird Stay Wonderful’ sentiment, also from the Epic Tales paper, to the bottom. I then embellished with die-cut stars plus enamel dots from Echo Park and Eyelet Outlet.

Moving up to the title area, I copied the paper arrangement from the sketch using offcuts and branding strips with a larger piece from the orange side of the One Way paper. I then combined (discontinued) Thickers from the shop with smaller tile letter stickers from my stash for the title itself, and added another die-cut star with more enamel dots.

I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing the three pages that I made from this collection. I’ll be back again soon with a page using PhotoPlay Paper’s Living the Quarantine Life.


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Liling - October 10, 2020

I love this layout and page and a great way to use leftover strips and pieces of the patterned papers …it makes the photo pop

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