Prima Marketing Engraver Collection
Fun Moments Layout
Designed by: Nicolle Kramer
Today I am sharing my latest layout using Prima's Engraver Collection. Here's the kit I worked with this month. Love all the neutral colors in this collection.
Well it's that time of year again. It's getting close to the end of the school year and my son is a senior this year. We are preparing for his prom and graduation. The end of the school year for the last couple years have been hectic and expensive. My children being so close in age proms and graduations are one after another. Below Bret went to get measured for his tux for the prom. we even bought him patent leather Chuck Taylor converse sneakers. It's sort of a tradition since we also bought them for my oldest when he went to prom. I had to get a shot of him with his Men's Warehouse bag. My daughter is also going to the prom I didn't want her to steal all the photo opportunities being only her Junior Prom.
My kids are my world and I enjoyed using this collection with the Atlas designs representing just that. I fussy cut part of the globe from one of the patterned papers. I kept the flow using many different circular elements and embellishements. To me the numbers could represent the grade he is in , or even his age. I just had to add the ticket because to me it represents the price of the tuxedo or the prom ticket. It may sound kind of funny but a lot of thought goes into my projects.
Here's a few close ups of my clusters.
Many people are afraid to add flowers to a masculine layout. I don't feel a flower makes it any less masculine. It also adds to the circular elements on the page. I finished my layout with a few black paint splats.
There's still time to play along with the Chic#2 sketch. We would love to see your take on it. Please share it with us at The Hen's Den facebook page.
Thanks for stopping by! I hope I inspired you to create something with this amazing collection. You can find all the materials at The Hen's Den store.
Have a good day!
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