Gram and Grandchild Scrapbook Page

Turn a loving moment between a grandparent and a grandchild into a beautiful scrapbook page.

What You Need:

Plain white tags give this page a pop of contrast.
  • White acrylic paint
  • Brush
  • Roller
  • Ribbon
  • Computer
  • Mini eyelets
  • 2 vellum metal-rim tags
  • Seashells


1. Apply white acrylic paint to the left side of the page with a dry brush, then used a roller to paint all the tags the same shade of white.

2. Attach a length of coordinating ribbon to each of the tags and positioned them as shown, layering them with other page elements.

3. Print journaling on vellum and adhered it to the page with mini eyelets, using tags as a backdrop for the strips.

4. As a finishing touch, hang two vellum metal-rim tags at the top of the page, adding ribbon and a few small seashells for a sophisticated accent.

Sources: Paper by Magenta (background) and Making Memories (double-dipped blue). Photo paper by Ilford. Computer font is Incognitype downloaded off the Internet. Alphabet stickers by Chatterbox. Metal-rim tags, metal plaque, ribbon, rub-on words, and mini eyelets by Making Memories. Eyelets by JewelCraft. Seashells by Magic Scraps. Mini Glue Dots by Glue Dots International. Design by Erin Terrell.


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