Monday, 31 March 2014

The One about the iPad Cover

When a friend bought an iPad Mini cover in the shape of a Minion for The Boy Child, I knew that the story would end up on a scrapbook page.
I used a layout called Like This by Lisa Saunders as my jumping off point.  (See p12 of the current edition of Scrap365 magazine.)
I used washi tape behind the photo to form a frame and added gold ink spatter (which hasn't shown up very well).
Between you and me, I'll be glad when the Minion phase is over.

10 comments:

Missus Wookie said...

That is a very yellow case and a very yellow page. Nicely recorded :)

Beverly said...

Love the journaling, I would have felt the same way ;)

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

Haha - that is so cute, Ruth. I love the journaling too. And be careful what you wish for. Who knows what the next phase will be when TBC is done with Minions!

Terhi Koskinen - Tellimaria said...

Such a sweet and bright page!
So glad you joined us at Scrap365, thank you!

Sian said...

I love this page and I have to admit to loving minions too. I'm quite jealous of Little E's collection of Happy Meal minions. They're quite sweet compared with Bionicles, or some of the other phases!

Karen said...

Like Sian I love your page and love minions too - in fact just before I started blog hopping I was investigating the purchase of a minion memory stick!

Sandra Przybylska said...

I love yellow! and love your project too! thank you for sharing it with us at Scrap 365!
hugs xxx
SandraP

Jennifer Grace said...

Fantastic, I love minions and you've captured their spirit so well with the bright yellow background! Thanks so much for joining in the Scrap 365 challenge! x

Krafty Kat said...

Minions are amazing, as is tour page! DD love the yellow ones but I prefer the purple! Good luck in the challenge.

Ольга Васильева said...

So simple and nice!! Thank you for playing with us at Scrap365!

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