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Here's a Baby Boy Photo Album that is really an off-the-page wonder!
"To be in your child's memories tomorrow,
be in his life today"
A wonderful scrapping friend of mine, Tanyah Payne, sent me a series of pictures of the most adorable baby boy photo album this week. Here is what she said in her email:
Here is a Off The Page (OTP) album I did up of my nephew of his first few weeks. I have double embossed using opals / stamps on the front cover and for the letters 'b' 'a' 'b' 'y' I have used opals and a foil technique that I have a step by step of on my blog (the link is below).
You may enjoy these ideas for making your own scrapbook.
Tanyah is well-known in the scrapping world and has been published in various paper craft magazines. Here is what she says about her scrapping on her blog:
"Scrapbooking has been a big part of my life for the past 5 years
I enjoy to be creative and share with my friends & Family.
I have been fortunate to have a few layouts published and Off the Page projects in scrapbooking memories and have an honourable mention in 2007 Masters.
You will find most of my scrapbooking comes from the inspiration of my family and friends. My children are my main focus in my scrapbook pages.
I am passionate about my scrapbooking and also helping my fellow scrapbookers gain skills and techniques to help with their pages.
My other passion is designing products and my aim is to hopefully have my own design label in the future."
Isn't she wonderful? I count it a great privilege to be given some fantastic examples of Tanyah's work to share with you!
Tanyah's work is so different to my own, and she sent me such beautiful pictures, with her permission I just had to share them with you. Isn't this an adorable album? Tanyah sent me a picture of a cute detail of the little feet on the front cover:
Tanyah uses a technique with opal powders that she describes on her blog ScrapNCraft with T. She also used a foiling technique to make the monograms spelling out the word 'Baby'. Here's a detailed image of one of the letters:
And here is a picture of the entire project altogether:
I so appreciate Tanyah agreeing to share her project with us here on PaperCraftCentral.com
Thank you, my friend,
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