Earlier this summer we went to my 20-year high school reunion and stayed at my dad's house. On our last day of the trip, my dad asked me to go through my old room and decide what to keep and what could be donated/thrown away. Much to my dad's dismay, I came home with just one small box of treasures, the rest designated for greener pastures of his choosing.
While going through all the college books, dolls, old clothes and collected papers, I came across the best treasure, something I thought was long gone: my sticker book!
Did you collect stickers?
|Apparently I really liked holographic and puffy stickers.|
|Rainbows were big. Rainbows and unicorns on the same sticker - that's sticker gold! I'm resisting the urge to open the facing page to see if any of the smells are still trapped in there.|
|People always told me, be careful what you do, don't go around breakin young girls' hearts.....|
Here's the page I made for the occasion, using items from my October Kit.
I made my own foam letters for the title and counterfeited the glittered Thickers from the inspiration kit. I found that the best way to glitter the foam was to run it through my Xyron X, go around each letter to help release it from the edges and then pour the glitter over the adhesive side. Just remember to put the adhesive on the right side of the letter.
I added some purple Stickles to some plain stickers to make them a little prettier. I don't know that I've ever had an occassion to use purple on a layout, so I had to take advantage of it.
I used a few of my homemade pearls, too. I'll show how I made them later this week.
Stay sticky, my friends.
Thanks for looking!