Yuvreen! My favourite couple for the time being. Probably the first television fandom that succeeded into getting more than one page from me. Hehe! Love them.
I used Scrapbooks Etc‘s Sketch 211. Unluckily, I did not have any good 12 by 12 paper that is vivid enough for the cheery feel that I had aimed for. And honestly, I think I ruined the page with my ugly handwriting. *headdesk*
– (item #21164) flag banners
– (item #9380) circle cutter
- American Crafts
– (item #53041) glitter alphabets
- Katanuki Punch
– (item #885941) heart puncher
– (item #88/32) blue pen
- Daiso Japan
– (item #G-99) blue chalk-ink
– (item #C029) blue ribbon
- Webster’s Pages
– (item #TM9811) lace: Romance
- Buttons Galore & More
– (item #BB75) blue buttons
– (item #BB71) orange button
– (item #63-00000) Pastels Blending Chalk Pack
– (item #FMP-20) gold pen
That was a scratch ‘paper flower’ that I’d attempted many months ago. Since it was sitting in one of my boxes, I decided to just use it for this page. And I personally think it quite fit with the whole feel of the page.
Honestly cutting photos using a circle cutter is the riskiest feeling ever! Luckily I had printed extra photos. Two of which got victimised by my lack of serious precision. And yes, I used my Fiskars circle cutter… and ooh! Buttons!! Yay! I’d use them just to amplify the look.
I have to confess that it was only after finishing the whole page did I realise I looked at the sketch wrongly. I was supposed to do a 3-layered page. Instead, I did just two. It was of no wonder I found it difficult placing the circle cut-outs whilst designing. Ishh!!
Yup, simply titled the page with their joint-name; “Yuvreen” — meaning, Yuvraj and Suvreen. And yes, I used glitter alphabets. Honestly, I’m not really a fan of glittery stuff. But I gave this page an exception.
Or probably because that was my only set of yellow alphabets.
A cute Daiso ribbon I attached a tiny orange button with. For the cut circles, I used my own self-printed papers; in which I’d ink the edges with blue chalk-ink.
The whole journaling section is actually a song that has been used in the show many a times, “Iktara”. It’s actually a track from the movie, WAKE UP SID. The furry lace is by Webster’s Pages. To close it up, I punched a tiny little heart shape using the same blue patterned paper that I’d used for my circles.