Hey all! I had a new layout go up at Kerri Bradford Studio a few days ago, and am finally sitting down to share it here too.
As crazy as it is to say this, my youngest daughter Sarah just got her drivers license. I can't believe my baby is out on the road. By herself. Without me. Eek. Anyways. I knew I had to document the moment, as it took her quite a bit longer then planned to be ready for that drivers test. I had taken quite a few photos over the last year and a half of her driving (while parked, at red lights, or at train stops - always safe!), along with a few photos of her taking her required paid driving lessons. I picked out five photos to use, and printed them as 4x4" pics.
Because I had so many photos, I went with a white on white background for the rest of the page, incorporating a circle die cut background from Kerri's Background Basics kit into the base of my page. I added in very small amounts of patterned paper, with a few thin strips along the photos, and then using it for my title pieces as well.
For my title, I picked out a fun brush script word from Kerri's Grammar School: The Adverbs kit to pair with the chunky letters from the Weathered Door Alpha kit. I originally cut the word "finally" from a blue patterned paper, but quickly realized that it would look so much better cut from cardstock instead.
I kept the design pretty simple, turning to a favorite page design that I've used before when using lots of 4x4" photos (seen HERE). I pretty much lifted the entire design, and that's ok. No need to reinvent the wheel over and over ;)