Friday, April 13, 2012

MWM: Amethyst #7a

The sketch that inspired this layout had room for four photos and the perfect place to tell the story of a man and his camera. My husband takes his time setting up for the light. We oblige by making faces for each adjustment. Eventually he's ready and we take that nice family photo. But what to do with all those funny faces we so painstakingly offered his lens? Kyla answered that question with the sketch she drew up for Scrapbook Steals.
Making Faces
I took the opportunity of putting my new EK Success punch to good use for this layout. These hydrangea blossoms are punched from Authentique: Genuine, inked with Colorbox pigment ink, and centered with a drop of Baby Blue Liquid Pearls. The twine wrapped 'round the ticket is Jillibean soup and the diecuts are from the Genuine collection.
The background paper for this layout is another piece of A: Genuine as are the photo mats. The yellow twine is MME, and the copper butterflies are CTMH. The ink for the L/O edges is also CTMH. The brads are Spare Parts. The flourish beside the photo is Liquid Pearls. The alpha is more A: Genuine.

~charity becker~

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