Monday, 20 January 2020

Scrapbooking | Burger

I love a burger.  Not a fast food type one... a vegetable protein burger in a seedy soft bun crammed with lettuce and tomato - so much so that it falls out - and extra salad on the side with a few (not many) big fat chips.  The bap must have both ketchup and salad cream in it too.

With that said, I had to use this cut file from The Cut Shoppe.  The alphas are also Ashley Horton from Pretty Little Studio, as is the acetate.

I fancied trying something a bit different with a corner of colour in addition to my usual white background.  I added a strip of kraft to one side too to tie in the colour of the burger.  I like to use a colour in more than one place on a layout.  The yellow is used for the cheese slice and to back my photo; the red in the tomato and the spotty acetate; the pale kraft in the bap and the journalling strips.

In the end the kraft burger didn't look dark enough so I coloured it in with my versamark pen and that made it a meatier colour.  (An ironic term considering the burger isn't actually meat.)  I finished off with enamel dots and kraft photo corners.  I love these photo corners so you may well be seeing more of them on upcoming layouts.

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