The back of our couch has seen better days, to camouflage it and add some color I like to hang blankets over the back. They've provided the added benefit of hours of fun for ER. Over the years she's played Peek-A-Boo in it, turned it into a tent, and put babies in the folded part calling it their cradle.
The supplies for this page are outside of my norm, but using a paper pad complete with sticker alphabet and die cuts made this easy to assemble. I used paper strips to get a little bit of my own handwriting on the page, something I'm always trying to do more often.
I don't know about your kiddos, but I suspect they're like ER and have a talent for turning anything into a toy. She still likes to play with our laundry basket, and yes it does still end up on her head from time to time! It's also been a sled for her babies and a row boat too, aren't imaginations great?
While these pictures on a whole aren't very good, they're dark and blurry they do the trick for me and bring back memories of her little voice singing as she danced around the kitchen. I used strawberry paper because her tank top and shorts both have the berries on it. I think the bright colors compensate for the darker ones in the photos. Another fun touch are the glittery chipboard letters and epoxy charm. Wendy Smedley's recent book Start Scrapbooking, a library check out. I highly recommend it, it's got great basics and the designs have clean lines. It's also a fun one to peruse even if you've been papercrafting awhile, I found many things to sticky note!
Shared At: Craft-O-Maniac, Making the World Cuter, Sew Can Do, Keeping It Simple, Sumo's Sweet Stuff, Embellishing Life, Skip to My Lou,
Supplies: Pasta Face: Doodlebug Design, Peek-a-Boo: K&Company, Silly Fun: Colorbok and K&Co, Sock Girl: 3 Bugs in a Rug, Jolee's Boutique, other.