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Wave Rider for Water Play


Wave Rider for Water Play

What is the story on this page in one sentence?
 
This page features my niece Isabella, at 4, describing what it felt like to ride her very first wave on a boogie board.
 
What's of interest about one or two of the following on this page: photos, story angle, product, something else?
 
I’ve been playing with watercolors lately and thought this little beach-like scene would make a good background for the photos. I followed the In a Block design, but matted the photos on vellum to leave the watercolor visible.  The yellow/orange circle was added for a punch of color and to represent the sun shining on this brave wave rider.
 
 
Wave Rider by Jett Hampton | Supplies: Cardstock: Stash; Patterned Paper: Amy Tan DayBook, K&Co Citronella, Project Life; Alphas: American Crafts Lindsey and Lovely; Stickers: Doodlebug Designs; Flowers: Prima; Flag: Bella Blvd; Other: Ribbon and Brads



    love the background you created! 

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    The background is stunning. Using a script font for the word wave in the title is great, gives a feeling of movement that echoes the word. It's a great LO though I might have left out the large orange doily-like piece; since, for me, it pulls my eyes from the photos. There is a nice complementary color scheme here and I especially love the cluster of tabs above the journaling. The tags as boards is very clever. Cute LO.
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    What a cool, watery background - I love the idea of adding the other elements on the vellum so that the background is still clear to see and enjoy

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    Love your background and the title work - the colorful tags are so cute.

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