My grandgirl, Little, really likes the show Tangled. Rapunzel is cool, but Pascal is the best. Not really understanding that Pascal is a chameleon she has taken to catching the little lizards around her yard and calling them Pascal. Note: she never harms them and always feeds them before letting them go on their merry way. LOL
I was inspired by Graphic 45 design team member Romy Veul with the way she layered her paper with the edges punched. I mixed it up differently and this is what I got.
The paper collection is Graphic 45's Communique Collection. Backstory: I found the paper pad at Micheal's Arts and Crafts. It was priced at $14.95. I usually pay $19.95 for Graphic 45's 12 x 12 paper pads. I had in my hand a 50% off coupon. $7.50 ... I got a steal.
The watermark on the photo was created digitally from a digi stamp. It is a great way to emphasize the lizard that is so small.
I used three different Fiskars punches to get the fun edging affect. With the inner most punch, Threading Water, I used embroidery thread to help emphasize the punched area.
You see a lot of Tim Holtz products on this layout. I continue to collect and use his products. If you like this style of products also try Wendy Vecchi's products.
I am working on Halloween now. Some older photos and I am all ready to start with some new photos. What are you doing during this spooky season? I've already gone with 4 of my grands to Boo At The Zoo and 2 of them to the Trick and Treat Party at the State Museum.
Have A Crafty Day!