Hi everyone. It's Bev back again with another masculine page. So how many of you have a fisherman in your family. Well these 2 best of friends love fishing. They even take a weeks vacation to so far North to fish the services are lacking!!!! OMG It is a guy thing for them because us girls don't go with them... that's for sure? LOL
So on these masculine pages I always grab for these papers to create with ... they are perfect for fishing photos.
The Robin's Nest Products
Papers: forest tree specialty paper, leaf stripe cardstock, Hunter green sparkle, black herringbone cardstock, moss green glitter cardstock
Accents: large clear Dew Drops
Other: title die cut, twine, cork and burlap
I always grab papers... cut some... and place some things into proposed positions and move them around until I get what I am looking for. For this one I didn't even have the photo pulled yet ... so that was the next step.... and I had to make adjustments as the photo was horizontal.instead of vertical. LOL
So with that changed I now have this proposed layout and pulled some cork and burlap for possible accents.
Behind the title you see a great net looking chipboard.
I worked on the above 2 sections next. I matted things to make them pop and the cork and burlap added depth and texture to my page.
I don't often play with loose twine .. but thought it was perfect for this page. The twine is like the fishing pole line scrawled across the page.
I using fine line glue to make the twine stick and then added the photo over top of it and the burlap strip. The diagonal strips that I moved off when I turned everything where now brought back into the layout on the outer edges.
I had a great cork tag and experimented by using a rubon accent. It worked perfectly.... just had to work slightly slower and more delicately when doing this.
With these amazing products the page came together perfectly. Cool and masculine and a great sport fishing layout.
Now in these photos you can see some of the details up close. I add another fishing rubon. .. and you can see the addition of larger dew drops.
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