Happy 4th of July to all of our friends in the states
from all of us at Moxxie!
It's Renee Robbins with Scrap Owl here with an extra special layout I competed for a friend of mine.
Tamara Fischer, of Something Photography, had the honor of photographing this wonderful July 4th wedding and I had the privilege of showcasing it using the amazing Moxxie Hometown Celebration collection. This beautiful couple incorporated their love for their country into their wedding, celebrating the Fourth of July and the groom's entry into the Air Force.
Featuring Moxxie's Hometown Celebration
I used Moxxie's Star Spangled b-side as the foundation for this layout and the b-side of the Patriotic Patchwork patterned paper as the matting for the 5x7 photo. The faded edges of the paper design provide a wonderful rustic look that blends well with the setting of the photos. Additionally, I love the way the red elements on the page pop against the blue on the background and in the photos.
The title of this page features a die cut from Sizzix that I just picked up at my local scrapbook store. I played off the title for the movie "Born on the Fourth of July" with this big "LOVE" and stickers from the Hometown Celebration cardstock sticker set.
Wedding Wonder With White Elements Rub Ons
As you can see, the Hometown Celebration collection is idea for any patriotic celebration, but in order to put a wedding spin on it, I used Moxxie's White Elements rub ons. The border swirls, corner accents, and journaling space offer a simple elegance for this page. I topped of the elegance with a white ribbon bow to accent the gorgeous photo of the happy couple.
I hope this layout pumps you up to enjoy a wonderful 4th of July weekend! From everyone here at Moxxie, thank you to all of those that serve (or have served) our country! Let freedom ring!
Stay Scrappy My Friends,
P.S. What are you doing this 4th of July weekend? Let us know in the comments below!
The summer always brings out the simpler things in me, how about you? Lazy days in the sun, walks in the park, kids splashing in ponds, riding bikes...you know what I'm talking about. I think that is why I love different eras, such as the 1950's. (I know your thinking...where is she going with this?)