Life Documented with Good Day Sunshine
I recently went to Utah for the annual Editorial Board meeting for Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking magazine. I'm one of the magazine's Go-to Gals. Once a year, me and the other Go-to Gals go to Utah to meet with the editors to review the last year's worth of issues and brainstorm ideas for the next year's worth of publications.
Good Day Sunshine was the perfect collection to use to document my adventure because it's just such a fun, happy collection! Even though the purpose of my trip was business, there was a lot of fun involved. We got to explore Park City, visit some scrapbooking businesses and even spend some time crafting together. Plus we got to spend a lot of time hanging out with each other, which was the best part!
One of my favorite elements on this page is the Smile SN@P! card. I used my trusty, old-fashioned typewriter to type "(You are in Utah!)" on a strip of cardstock and cover up the "It's Summer" phrase that appears under the Smile word. I also added a brad, a few stickers and some enamel dots.
I also dig this pocket. I started out with a 4x6 SN@P! card and then added 3x4 card on top of it with some typed words about the trip. The left side features a few random bits and pieces from the Good Day Sunshine collection that I clustered together.
All the pictures on these page just make me smile! Such good, happy memories.
I love the "Hello Super Fun" pocket! I die-cut the "super" circle using this Silhouette cut file; to make the banner die-cut pop, I tied some floss around it and adhered it to the 4x6 SN@P! card with foam tape.
I also altered this SN@P! card. I used a chipboard heart and enamel dots. One of the things I love about the SN@P! cards is that you can use them as they come or you can sauce them up and really make them your own by adding a few embellishments to them.
By the way, I'm using a 12x12 SN@P! faux leather album in red to document all my 2014 adventures in. I often scrapbook out of order so I dig that the album's ring binding allows me to do that. I used the SN@P! Pocket Pages Design 3 and 6 for these pages. It's nice that Simple Stories offers so many different styles of pages. I enjoy having creative options!
Thanks for stopping by today. I will see you again soon!