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Art Studio: Scrapping your child’s artwork


Good morning everyone. I have been really excited to share this adorable layout with you. Since I am playing in the Art Studio today for Clique Kits, I thought it would be fitting to scrapbook a layout using a scanned copy of a drawing that my five year old did at school. He was asked to draw a picture of his family, but he decided to draw a super hero version of himself and his pet pig, Hamlet. It’s so cute. I LOVE that all of Edward’s drawings are “happy”. He’s always smiling in his art which means that he’s overall, a happy boy.This layout was super easy to create. I simply sprayed some yellow mist onto white cardstock and started layering some pieces of patterned paper and stickers together. I used Ali Edward’s stamps at the bottom to complete the look. Without the stamp, I felt that the layout was just hanging. And I didn’t feel like this layout needed much journaling since the picture speaks for itself. If you like using stamps on your projects, we have some in the Clique Kits Store!

Supplies: Cardstock: My Mind’s Eye, Patterned Paper: Stickers: Crate Paper, Button: Buttons Galore, Stamps: Ali Edwards, Mist: Heidi Swapp.
And here are a few close-ups. I just love all the details on this layout. Everything looks so good together.
Thanks for stopping by today!

7 thoughts on “Art Studio: Scrapping your child’s artwork

  1. Such a great idea!!!!! I’m going to search some drawing made by my daughter to do the same.


  2. What cute artwork!! I love that you scrapbooked it!!!


  3. I love it! What a great way to preserve his artwork.


  4. This is so adorable Nicole! I do this too, but I’ve never scanned it before. Thanks for the tip!


  5. amazing work!


  6. That is so cute… I love the kids pics too. i need to scan and scrap more of them!


  7. very, very cute idea!


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