The photo I chose has my son looking up towards fireworks. I flipped the sketch upside down, so I could create exploding fireworks in an upward motion. To keep them from 'floating' on the page, I wove some twine around, then under the photo, continuing to the bottom of the page. I wanted to add more color to the page, so I layered up the bottom strips a bit more. A few small clusters of embellishments and sentiments about the page and that's it.
This is the only photo of just the 3 of us form this trip to Disneyland. It was a very long and unseasonably cold day. But how can you say it's time to go just as the Fireworks begin? The answer is you can't. And although he was much more interested in watching than taking the photo (as he should be), it's meaningful just the same.
Thanks as always for stopping to look at my creative view. There is more coming this week, so stop back again soon.
Supplies: PP-stickers, washi-Bella Blvd, bling-Freckled Fawn, enamel dots-MME, silhouette, pen-EK Success, Souffle