He was a crazy rider! | Kim Jeffress

He was a crazy rider! | Kim Jeffress

Earlier this year my family travelled from Brisbane Australia to California. We spent an awesome day at Universal Studios and my youngest son aged 8 couldn't wait to ride the Jurassic Park ride because he is totally obsessed with dinosaurs. I was sceptical and a little worried that he would be too scared but he was so excited and so brave. He went on with my husband and as soon as he got off he wanted to go back again so I went with him. It was a story I had to get down in my scrapbooks for sure!

The colors in the "Summer kit" were the perfect color combo to match my photos!

He was a crazy rider Layout by Kim Jeffress | @FelicityJane

I chose three pattern papers from the Summer kit and cut three strips of pattern paper  and created my background. I adhered then stitched them together! I added my photos and then created some faux washi with the branding strip from the mint striped pattern paper and adhered it to the corner of my photo. I adhered one of the diecut frames over the photo.

He was a crazy rider Layout by Kim Jeffress | @FelicityJane

I wanted to simulate the roller coaster type ride so I added my title using the puffy letter stickers in a curved fashion under my two photos.

He was a crazy rider Layout by Kim Jeffress | @FelicityJane

I grabbed one of the 3x4  cards with the world map image and used my 4 inch circle punch to turned it into a circular element. I adhered it then layered over one of the chipboard pieces and die cut shapes.

He was a crazy rider Layout by Kim Jeffress | @FelicityJane

To complete my layout I added more of the chipboard and diecut shapes in and around my photos and finished with some of the stamps scattered around.

I love the layers and textured that are created on my layout.

Thanks for dropping by!

Supplies  "Summer" Kit, Summer Paper Add-On, Summer Die Cut Shapes,

Summer Chipboard Shapes, Summer Grid Washi, Summer Stamp Set,

Summer Chipboard Shapes

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