Just wanted to share a page that my sister and I did for one of business associate’s adorable newborn baby.
First find the paper you would like to use, we used the paper from the workshop Balloon Ride from CTMH.
We cut the paper for the top to measure 4″X12″ using the SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer. We also found a contrasting paper for the heart and Hello World (we used the Artbooking Cricut Cartridge from the Collections).
Using the same paper we cut a 1″X12″ stripe for behind the Rosette Ribbon.
Place the letter (we used the Stamp Set Handwritten Print Alphabet) on the 12″X12″ Colonial White paper where you would like them to be or on a VersaMat. Use the 2″X6.5″ Acrylix Block. You can pick up the whole row at one time. The two ink colors we used where Slate and Sorbet. All letters but the I, O, U where inked in Slate. The I and U where inked in Sorbet. The O was replaced with the Cut Out Heart (used 3D dots to adhere it to the paper).
We used a 5″X7″ picture backing it with another contrasting paper (in our case it was the back side of the balloon paper), cutting it 5.5″X7.5″ and using the corner rounder on both the picture and the paper, also using the slate ink on the edges of the paper.
Glue the 4″X12″ at the top of your Colonial White 12″X12″ paper, glue the Rosette Ribbon to the 1″X12″ strip of paper and then glue that right under the 4″X12″ piece. Then glue the picture to the 5.5″X7.5″ paper and then glue to the Colonial White 12″X12″ paper.
We cut out a balloon and cloud and glued Hello World on it and used 3D Dots to adhere it above the picture. We then put it in a Clear Straps 12″X12″ Page Display and used a shear ribbon to hang on the wall.