Friday, August 10, 2012

Picture Perfect - An Interactive Layout

Remember this sneak peek I gave you a few weeks back? I'm certain that it's been rejected. Calls for the magazine I submitted to went out today and I did not receive an email. A little discouraging but nonetheless I still want to share it with you all because I think it's pretty cute. :)
It's a super simple layout. Almost every bit of the paper is from Echo Park's Sweet Day collection. The card stock is Dotted Swiss by Bazzil Basics and the wood grain paper is from Echo Park's "The Great Outdoors" collection. The word "Picture" is made up of kraft alphas by Pink Paislee. The word "Perfect", the large camera, and the large Polaroids were cut out using my Silhouette Cameo. The twine is from Doodle Bug. The little cameras were fussy cut out of an older paper from Echo Park. The little sentiment stickers are from Echo Park's Hello Summer collection and Authentique's Blissful collection.The little spiral paper clip is just something I picked up at the dollar store.
The layout is interactive. The camera flips up to reveal two more photos. The idea behind the layout was for the camera to lift up as if it's snapping a photo and the two large elements (the heart and the journaling) would be two Polaroids.

Happy Friday! I hope everyone has a lovely weekend.


  1. Love it! I think its super duper cute!!

  2. Agreed...I think it's adorable! =)

  3. The camera is such a fun way to make the page interactive. Love the little cameras too. This is an awesome page!

  4. So sweet! I love the idea of the hidden photos too. I should do that with more of my layouts. Have a great weekend!

  5. Great page! Perfect mix of fonts!