Jen Chapin here today, and I am sharing a couple of scrapbook layouts with you using the Foam Fronts shakers. The first layout uses the Chevron Foam Front and was rainbow inspired. I started out by adding toppings in rainbow order to the spaces in the chevron, then covering with a clear front. On the background of the layout, I used watercolors to create a rainbow effect that sits behind the Foam Front.
After adhering the foam to the layout, I added my photo and title. I decided to go with a black and white photo to make the bright colors stand out. I added a few embellishments and some journaling, and the layout was complete!
When creating layouts with a rainbow theme, it's often best to stick with black and white photos and a neutral title to avoid competing with the bright colors.
For the second layout, I created a page using the Speech Bubble Foam Front about my son. This layout is 12x12 and uses a photo that's a bit smaller than 4x6.
I started out creating the title for this page using toppings and a Speech Bubble Foam Front. I added the "boys rule" title over that, then adhered to the layout. Next I placed my photo and patterned papers.
To create repetition, I added some more foam speech bubbles to the page, covered with patterned paper. I embellished and added journaling, completing the page.
I hope you will try Foam Fronts soon on your scrapbooking pages! They aren't just for cards and create such a great dimensional look. Thanks for stopping by today!