What do you do when you have one not-very-good picture of a cherished childhood pet? My solution: Crop the photo and employ the classic 4-square grid!
Supply List - Paper: My Mind's Eye Stella and Rose; Letters: American Crafts; Embellishments: Basic Grey, My Mind's Eye, October Afternoon; Stamp: Technique Tuesday
We named our cat Splash because she looked like she had fallen in a mud puddle. She was with our family for 19 years; the mainstay pet in a continually revolving menagerie. This title collage was created by layering My Mind's Eye papers, Basic Grey embellishments and topping it off with (what else) Thickers.
I included three simple journaling strips with a few key memories. Splash had a litter of kittens in our basement and once brought a bird into my parents' bedroom. An October Afternoon journaling sticker and Technique Tuesday stamp draw the eye to the top of the page as part of my visual triangle.
I'll be back tomorrow with another grid layout using nine squares. I love being able to design in color compartments and then allow my title, journaling and embellishments to break out of the lines.