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Game On Layout

Hello! Jennifer on the blog today to share a layout I  created using the Game On Chipboard Word Title!  This is just one of the many options of phrases words Clear Scraps has to offer! You will always find the perfect title for your next project! "Game On" can definitely be used for any sports related page but since my kiddos aren't very sports inclined I  wanted to use it for an arcade games layout!  Being a child of the 80's, my brother and I  grew up in the arcade so my Ms. Pac Man skills are pretty impressive LOL


I  did a grid style layout to fit in multiple photos as well as many patterned papers.  I  allowed my Game On Chipboard Word Title to be the focal point of the page with its contrasting color as well as vertical placement.  


I  colored my chipboard with Color Shift acrylic paint in black from Plaid.  It gave the chipboard a metallic grainy look that ties in with the theme of my page! 


Here is a close up shot of the paint!  


Sharing some additional shots of my page! I  cut my patterned papers into different sized squares and rectangles to fit the place on the page. I  then used my sewing machine to stitch around the borders before adding embellishments.



Thank you for stopping by today!  Please check out the selection of Chipboard Word Titles by going HERE

Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, die cuts:  Jillibean Soup; chipboard frame, enamel dots: Simple Stories; wood veneer stars; cardstock: Bazzill;  Studio Calico; stapler: Teresa Collins Designs;  stamps: American Crafts; ink: Ranger; paint: Plaid; adhesive: Tombow, 3M, Beacon; misc: sewing machine, thread



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