5.01.2015

(inter)National Scrapbook Day: Bazzill Basics Paper Blog Hop Event

Hello, FRIENDS! Today is going to be a BUSY day around here. No, like, totally for reals. I have four, count 'em FOUR exciting posts to share with you throughout today and tomorrow! We are celebrating (inter)National Scrapbook Day and we are doing it in STYLE here on Just Jingle! Lots of inspiration, lots of prizes, and LOTS of fun!

Bazzill Basics Paper (inter)National Scrapbook Day Blog Hop Event #bazzillbasics #NSD
Happy National Scrapbook Weekend! The Bazzill Basics Design team is excited to celebrate with you! Today we want to share some inspiration to help kick off your weekend creativity!

Now, let me remind you, I am a card maker. Yes, it is true, I began this journey as a scrapbooker, but the simple truth is, I was WAY better at card making and they sort of took over my life. But, JUST for you guys, I decided to create an actual scrapbook layout since, well, it is National Scrapbook Day. For reals, I totally did it. (This is a rare sighting folks, I assure you! You may want to take out your cameras, however, do so slowly and quietly as to not frighten the card maker.)

Pictures of You by Jennifer Ingle @Bazzillbasics @Jennifer Ingle #bazzillbasics #scrapbooking


I was inspired by my amazingly talented friend Beck Beattie to give a watercolor background a shot and then layer stuff over it. I am a clean and simple girl to the core, so I kept it fairly simple, but I absolutely LOVE this photo and I actually am thrilled with how this layout highlights it. It tells the story. My story. Our story. And that, my friends, is what scrapbooking is all about, isn't it? For reals, though. I do have some hidden journaling on the pull out tag behind the photo, but I wanted to keep the page within the space I had intended and kind of like that the journaling is just my own, tucked away in there.

Pictures of You (detail)

Bazzill Basics Supplies:
Lily White Bazzill Classic Cardstock (p.s. I was pleased with how well this took watercolor), Bazzill Fourz Zinc Cardstock, Bazzill Stripe Kraft Foil (SWOON!)

Other Supplies:
Spellbinders Chevron Border Die, Zig Kuratake Watercolor paints, Shimelle Cork Stickers, Lawn Fawn Alphabet stamps, American Crafts Thickers, VersaFine ink (a great ink for stamping on textured surfaces), string (yes, I pulled out the turkey string again), sequins


Click on over to the Bazzill Basics Facebook Page for more inspiration and for your chance to win this AWESOME prize!!!! Also, don't forget to share your projects on our Facebook Page or to Instagram tagging us @bazzillbasicspaper #bazzillbasics. We can't WAIT to see what you create!


Bazzill Basics Paper (inter)National Scrapbook Day Giveaway #bazzillbasics #giveaway


Be sure to check in throughout today and tomorrow for lots of (inter)National Scrapbook Day fun!

Have a Happy!

12 comments:

  1. beautiful layout, love the mixed media and that chevron die cut!

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  2. Oh, I love your super cool layout, Jennifer! That watercolour is fabulous (as well as that photo!) I've done watercolour on cards before, but haven't tried it on a layout ..... thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. Wow! Your layout is absolutely gorgeous! I absolutely love the way you framed the photo and the colors you used are perfect!

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  4. Everytime you scrapbook I wonder why you don't do it more. I really love this! I love the paint, that cork camera, the die cut piece, and all those sequins, so fun!

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  5. I love yr page well done. ...I think u should do more u obviously have tallen't hidden within. ..

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  6. I love yr page well done. ...I think u should do more u obviously have tallen't hidden within. ..

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  7. Great page, sometimes the photo tells the whole story.

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  8. Awesome layout. This is good enough to hang on the wall.

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  9. Fantastic layout and I love that photo!

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  10. That water colour background looks amazing !

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