Hello, hello! I'm still here!
Seriously I don't want to sound like a broken record but life's been so busy and time has been hiding from me...I swear!
Anyway, I wanted to share this page I made for Basically Bare back in May (what?! is it June already??). My baby girl needed a passport when she was about 2 months old and nothing but a homemade photo session was going to work! Well it wasn't easy and I had a LOT of adorable photos left over.
|I made the background using free digi brushes from the internet, washi tape and doodles.|
I thought the filmstrip chippies from the Basically Bare Parazzi set worked perfectly to show off some of those cute expressions :) I wanted the glossy filmstrip look so I painted both strips with black acrylic paint and then covered them with black UTEE.
The camera got completely covered up with washi tape.
Now, I did eventually get just the shot I needed and I used the black chipboard arrows from Basically Bare to point to the winner :) They already were the color I was looking for so all I did was use some white, sparkly embossing powder on them. Fun, fun!
And I just have to share this...my baby girl just turned one and we held a Dol, or Korean first birthday for her (one of the things that was taking up so much of the elusive thing called TIME!!). Here's photos of her in her hanbok:
Yep, I'm straight up biased but she sure does look cute!!
OK, that all for today! Thank you for stopping by and visiting!