Today I am here to share a layout I created for the ‘Day to Day’ series on the Glitz Blog. Its a day where the projects focus on the everyday happenings; whether that be through Project Life style creations or regular layouts.
I have recently had another baby, 3 weeks ago to be exact (a lil boy named Jack if you were wondering), and have been looking for a way to document his life in an effective but time efficient way. I know this is where the pocket page scrapbooking may suit me, but this search also encouraged me to delve to the apps available on iPhone/android to see what was out there which would support this.
On the search I found the app called Collect.
Before I begin, this post is not affiliated with the app at all, I just thought it would be cool to share.
Anyways, I love love love this app. It has the ability to create a sleek and professional looking polaroid image using your cameras photo roll in seconds. You can add the date and some journaling too. For pocket page scrappers, this app would be perfect. Unfortunately this app is only available for iPhone users.
So in order to have a practice with the app, I decided to choose something to photograph from my every day and create a layout for you all. What is a better everyday moment than that first cup of coffee for the day? I printed this out in a 3×4 size, I just love the look it gives.
Here is the layout I created:
And some detailed close up images:
Here I have used a Giant Rhinestone from the Carpe Diem collection too
I created lots of layers using the papers from the ‘Carpe Diem’ 6×6 paper pad.
“Daily Cup” layout supplies:
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem” papers – Paper Polka, Bits and Pieces
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem” 12×12 Sticker Alpha & Words
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem” 12×12 Sticker Titles and Accents
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem″ Mint Chain Washi Tape
Other: White cardstock, plain vellum, doily, sewing machine and white thread, Freckled Fawn arrow clip, A Piece of Cake Designs wood veneer, Jenni Bowlin mask, Faber Castell Whipped Spackle, Prima enamel hearts, black ink, butterfly punch, foam tape.
I am in the making of putting together my third process video for this layout, so if you are wanting to check this out, subscribe to my You Tube channel to get the updates by clicking the image below