Hello Pink Paislee friends! I am so excited about the release of the Outfitters collection. From the oversize plaid patterns to the campy icons, this is a line of papers and embellishments that I will use again and again for everything from outdoor excursions to day-to-day adventures. My oldest son’s first time at scout camp was the first thing I wanted to scrap:
I was inspired by the number 12 paper – those triangle mountains are so trendy and fun! I decided to fussy cut a row and then create even more mountains by trimming other patterned papers into triangles.
I added depth to the background by die-cutting a fleur de lis and backing the negative with more patterned paper. I love the subtle look of the map paper and it just so happens to be about the region that my son went to camp!
While using my Silhouette is a more recent trend, I went old school with the full-length photos of my scout. I fussy cut the pictures and added them to my paper mountain range.
I clustered my main photo, embellishments, and title together. I just love the copper foiling of the alphas and stickers in this collection!
If you love the mountains as much as I do, try giving your adventure-themed pages a one-of-a-kind mountain range with Outfitters. And if you’ve got a scouter, you’ll definitely love documenting their adventures with Outfitters. Have a great day!