There aren’t a lot of things more disturbing than looking at one of your favorite little people and noticing that they’ve changed. They’re a foot taller suddenly or they’ve lost their baby chubba or they’ve grown out their hair or they’ve cut it off. But nothing is quite as disturbing as looking at “that face” and noticing that something has changed never to come back. There’s a moment at which “that face” just isn’t a baby face anymore. There’s a moment at which “that face” just suddenly looks older. There’s a moment at which “that face” somehow wakes up belonging to a teenager. And then there’s that moment when “that face” no longer belongs to a child at all.
That’s why I love layouts like this one that are centered around one amazing, tiny, sweet, adorable little face.
That Face 12×12 Layout by Francine:
You’ll notice that Francine arranged her page elements to leave two different spots for journaling. She used the teeny alphas and the cardstock stickers. She used the banner pulled from the Glitz Design paper whatnots and she used the vintage clear star flower embellishments.
Check out the closeups:
This particular sticker was one of the most popular elements in the March kit!
Gotta love the way Francine used the banner!