Thursday, 4 December 2014

Photo Booth Fun

Did you ever notice how silly people can get when given carte blanche in a photo booth? This booth, built of birch poles, was a popular spot  for fun during the reception at my Son and Daughter-in-law's wedding.

This layout means that I've now done 2 of the 20 I've planned for the Wedding Album. The math doesn't lie...I've a way to go.

The perfect sketch presented itself on the Stick it Down website this week. The sketch is by Smellykat and guided me to a theme of camera and film . You can post your layout on the website during the balance of the week. Posting for this sketch closes December 7th. Just follow the InLinkz instructions.
You should hop on over to Stick it Down and play.  Stick it Down publishes sketches for cards, single page layouts and double page layouts. There's something to suit everyone's scrapbooking taste.

I enjoyed putting this layout together. The embellishments are 99.9% silhouette cut files.
The film was created using a cut file and some pearl/silver paper behind it.
The film reels were done with different colours of grey.
The title was designed to pick up the colour of the Bridesmaid's gown.
The background paper just proves you can find anything in a well populated stash. I hadn't remembered that I had birch tree paper until I came across it in the box. What could have been better for pictures featuring a birch pole photo booth?


  1. I love this. What a great way to share photo's that don't normally make it to a wedding album. Great Job!!!

  2. I love this page and that real is just too cool and looks so real. Thanks for joining us at Stick it Down.

  3. That is soooooooooooooo cool how you used the file and film reel. Thanks for playing along with us at Stick it Down.

  4. Ah, such fun take on the sketch! Love the film reel!
    Thanks for sharing at Stick It Down!

  5. Great page. Thanks for playing at SID.

  6. What a FUN wedding page to add - love what you did with the film reel - so FUN!!!