This is a page intended to be included in my nephew's graduation album.
As soon as I decided I was going to do a baby pics page, I thought of course... orange, green, brown, and copper... J/K. They just seemed to match the photos. I was little surprised at how many copperish elements I have in my stash. So, it turned out well.
I tore the upper and lower sheets a of paper and attached all the papers to a back sheet. I punched the smaller corners circles out with a basic paper punch and cut the bigger ones by hand after using a template to draw them. Then I inked them and heat embossed them (had to use pins so as to not blow them away in the process). The border frame was made with another template and a gel pen. It didn't turn out so perfectly... but not too bad either. The title was a very happy mistake. (I'm good at scrapping with mistakes since I make so many of them.) Anyway, I decided I didn't like the coloring of the white stickers I had for this, but I really like the style. I decided I would try inking them green. That came out all splotchy. So I figured maybe just edging them in brown also would... couldn't make them worse anyway. The end result came out accidentally looking almost identical to copper patina. I then completed the look with captions in the same color (had to manually select it on my computer but they match pretty well I think).
unknown papers, Sakura Gelly Roll pen Copper color, Judi Kins Metallic Bronze colored embossing powder, Marvy Uchida Embossing Gun, Color Box Pigment Brush Pads in Hunter Green and Brown