Continuing the birthday theme today is my all-time very favorite layout EVER of every layout I've ever done.
Happy Birthday to Me
This one is inspired by the amazing Lisa Truesdell who has taken the art of filling pockets with confetti to a whole level I can't even fully comprehend. She is amazingly talented. I took the idea of confetti filled embellishments and turned it on its head, people. On its head! Or at least added a little zig and zag to the mix.
I designed this layout for a Summer CHA challenge over at Two Peas in a Bucket. The challenge was to include three current trends in your project. I chose chevrons, which I love...confetti, which I love...and a banner, which I love, but not quite as much as chevrons and confetti...
I also used a bunch of October Afternoon's Cake Walk line, which may very well be my most second favoritest (there is so much grammatically wrong with that phrase, but I'm sticking with it) OA line EVER! Just after Boarding Pass, which even though it's nearing a year in age, still makes me drool.
|My background paper was this very simple white chevron on kraft by Lawn Fawn. It helped accentuate the bigger chevrons I created.|
Supplies: patterned paper - October Afternoon, Lawn Fawn; flags, die cuts, stickers - October Afternoon; letter stickers - October Afternoon, American Crafts; punch - EK Success Swiss Cheese; other - page protector, thread, confetti
Thanks so much for reading, everyone! I hope you enjoy my little confetti chevrons even a fraction as much as I have!