Thank you so much for stopping by my blog on National Scrapbooking day as part of the Club Scrap Blog Hop. Hopefully you started at Club Scrap Creates Blog so you do not miss anyone.
The following layout was created using the Picture It paper kit from Club Scrap, a real favorite and and treasured found photo of my family.
Old Tucson were alpha stamps from the Random Doorways kit, and placed on the paper underneth the print by having cut out sections of the filmstrip cut apart included in the kit and raising it with dimensionals, which matched the flimstrip print on the wonderful paper.
Keeping with the Old West theme, there is a bullet tied in a ribbon on a jounaling card.
The next closeup shows charms which had some copper metallic distrss paint added and rubbed off. The tape on the jounaling tag has glossy accents added as well. Used the Pretty Nifty stamp on the image on the bottle cap, but the camera did not show it well.
There is real movie filmstrip applied under the wonderul cut apart
My daughter worked in a movvie theatre and was able to give me some movie film, once again the camera does not show the shine from the film, it is layed on top of a strip of solid dark blue paper, then white acylic paint was applied to the edges, when dry, the flimstrip stamp with black ink was applied, then the film was layed on top.
The viewmaster is one f my favorite parts of this layout. Using a diecut (TH) on the printed blue paper, along with a green cutapart. Glossy accent was used on the cutapart light sectioned parts. The blue die cut was attached via dimentionals and the old round tag and metal tag were wrapped through an open section. The large viewmaster image is part of the print from the Picture It kit.
Last close up is of another cutapart included in the kit, of old cameras.
Bling, gear and button were added.
That's it for my scrapbook layout, be sure to continue on to the next blog, Anne Marie Healey's blog to see what she has for us!