School Portraits


Every year my school invites a photography studio to take similar photos to each student. Every year, I finish getting their complete package since I know these photos are a memory I will treasure.
Most of these pictures are usually reserved to give away to my extended family but sometimes I end up with so many pictures, that I do not know what to do with them except than scrapbooking them. But I have so many pictures... Well you know the story.
Here is one layout i just completed from my son using an 5 X 7 picture of him.
This layout took me only 30 minutes to complete because of the fabulous supplies from Fancy Pants"Off to School" collection, which is selling out like "hot bread". Love the red heart and the title from their element stickers. Easy peasy! Sketch is from Sketchy Thursdays.
Supplies:
Patterned Paper:
Fancy Pants - Off to School - Measure Up
Fancy Pants - Off to School - Flashcards Paper
Fancy Pants - Off to School - Book Cover
Fancy Pants - Off to School - Cards
Stickers:
Fancy Pants - Off to School - Element Stickers
Other:
Cardstock: White, Brown
Buttons: from past 3SB Monthly Kits

What is your favorite way to preserve your school portraits? I would love to hear your ideas.
Yara

5 comments:

Jamilie said...

Great LO! I still have to scrap Isabella's first class photo!

Lea said...

What a great photo! Love the base paper and how you matted everything. Gavin just started Kindergarten this year so this will be my first year getting school photos, I'm sure I'll be scrappin' them!

Izzyb said...

This is the most adorable layout. I love the way you used this FP collection. Darling photo. My kid's school pics never look half that good!

Lynnda Hosni said...

Great photo and fanatabulous layout Yara... you are just amazing scrapper... love this to bits... hugs...xoxo

Theresa said...

cute photo.. and yes, I agree that the FP papers are lovely. I just received a kit with some of the papers and embellies. and I don't even have kids and I think they are fabulous. =) so many ideas for them.
love the base paper you used with the pop of color. wonderful. =)

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