The 3rd entry we had to have was a layout featuring the use of embellishments to add dimension. This was a fun page to do. Colton had found some little smiley face stickers one day and put them all over himself. It looked like chicken pox...hence the title! I cut the title out of chipboard with my Cricut and All Mixed Up cartridge. I also stamped dots on top of the letters with white ink. Under the title is a circle of brads and written under the brads is "Children of scrapbookers most susceptible." It's hard to see it in the picture but there is a strip of white Magic Mesh under the top picture and one under the bottom. Placing the picture of Colton looking up was actually done on purpose this time! Usually I do stuff like that accidentally but not this time! My journaling is done on a tag under the focal photo, which just talks about him putting the stickers on him.
Supplies: card stock (Hobby Lobby); patterned paper (KI Memories); buttons (Autumn Leaves); paper tagger & tag tails (Around the Block); wavy trimmer (Creative Memories); circle cutter (EK Success); tag, ink (dye and pigment), marker, stamps, fiber, pink ribbon, blue brads, Magic Mesh (Stampin' Up!); blue ribbon (Hobby Lobby); pen (American Crafts Precision); staples (Making Memories); cartridge, die-cut machine (Cricut by Provo Craft); large brad (Close to my Heart); pink and green mini brads (Making Memories); heart clip (Hot Off of the Press); binder clips (Rob & Bob Studios by Provo Craft); photo turn/brad (Creative Impressions); fabric tape (Making Memories)