But today we're back to my current series of class photos through the years. This time it's my class from three years ago, covering academic year 2010-2011.
I decided to return to the Fancy Pants Down by the Shore collection for my background paper; a yellowish/green, blue and white stripe. I really like how bright and cheery the tropical papers in this collection are and they work really well for children's-themed LOs. I added in some MME Oxford Lane paper for a photo matte and a Carta Bella Hello Again journaling card and that cute paper chain people border. Carrying on the camera motif, I decided to use this awesome camera washi tape from Webster's Pages.
I decided to stack up all of the different borders I had pulled, which gave me space to layer the journaling card on the bottom of the page - a nice change from putting it on top again. I also decided to take advantage of all that white space at the top of the photo and put the title there and bring the embellishment cluster down into the photo - keeping things tight helps to maintain the focus on the photo and leave some breathing room around the sides.
Also related to the camera motif, I added in some View Master reels. This embellishment cluster combines some washi tape, stickers, spray mist and a scrap of yellow paper I didn't use on a preview project (don't you just love when that happens?). I also used one of the Hello Again papers - the black sheet with the funky white text. I cut out some of the words that I felt related to school and sprinkled them in with the embellishments.
And here is my journaling card with stats. Some more sprinkled words and View Master Slide, washi tape, spray mist and coloured paper clips. Having recently watched one of Corrie Jones' videos where she used feather accents on a LO, I was inspired to do likewise so I pulled these out from my Studio Calico Sundrifter pack and I really like the effect - a bit elegant but still having a playful element.
This week I also finally got around to scanning my current year's class photo and also the staff photo so I'll be adding those to my next photo order to round out the series.