Pages with Papertrey -- Challenge #10

Friday, June 01, 2012

I just wanted to share the Pages with Papertrey challenge for June, which is to include an interactive element to your layout. It could be hidden journaling that you pull out to reveal, photos you lift to reveal more photos, etc. Whatever you'd like.

Here's the layout I made:


I used Papertrey Ink cardstock (vintage cream, sweet blush), stamps (signature sentiments: dress form, journaling lines, movers & shakers sentiments) & dies (spiral note, edgers #5). The patterned paper is all Crate, except for the light blue, which is My Mind's Eye. The banner sticker is also MME.

Here's a close-up of my journaling:


And here's my interactive element.... I created three folders that slide into the pocket that I made that frames my photo. These can be slid out to reveal the dresses that my daughter designed:



This layout also works with this week's Make It Monday at Papertrey Ink: pocket cards.

So, if you create a layout for this month's challenge, please leave a comment here with the link or here on the PTI forum, because I'd love to see what you make!

Thanks for looking!

12 comments:

Tara LeClaire said...

Great thing to document! Lovely LO :) Have a great weekend, Leigh!

Kanani said...

What a beautiful layout! I love the use of the file folder edgers dies to create hidden journaling...especially since they're some of my favorites dies!

Kara said...

the layout and patterned papers are so pretty!! i love your daughter's awesome designs!!

Deanna Jean said...

What a wonderful way to preserve what she created. Lovely as always.

Deb said...

Leigh, I just love how you preserved her drawings!!!! This is truly fabulous! I am still working on the last 2 months sketches, but have no fear, I will work on this one soon. So fun!

Lee said...

Your LO's are always gorgeous, Leigh. I really need to do some more scrapping. Thanks for the inspiration.

Valérie said...

Quelle petite fille créative! Elle a du attraper ça de sa maman! ;-) Précieux souvenir et superbe page!

Mayol said...

Great page, Leigh, and what sweet memories! So fun to make a page about Sage's drawings!

craftmates said...

Gorgeous as always Leigh! I love the way you used the dies to hold your daughter's work. Looking forward to participating!

Joyce said...

Love this page, and how you created the pocket with Sage's sketches. They could be very valuable someday, when she is a famous designer.

Val Hilchey said...

This is a great layout, and I am so impressed by your daughter's drawings!

Kristii said...

Absolutely beautiful and your daughter's drawings are amazing! How fun to make a layout featuring them!!!

 
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