For this month, we have just an absolutely amazing kit to share with all of you from Scraps of Darkness. We call this one, "Passages". Doesn't it have a lovely ring to it? I don't think any one person would be disappointed in this particular kit. It is full of the new Bo Bunny, Et Cetera line, and Teresa Collins' World Traveler line. Plus so much amazing new Prima goodies, some Glitz stamps and a new Prima brick wall mask you just can't pass up, and lots more. Be sure to come by and visit us, we welcome all to join in our fun!!!
"I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference."
~ Robert Frost ~
This is my take on the sketch. I wanted to make a page for Celina's Darkest Side Challenge, using the theme of Communication, so I found this postcard photo of my Grandmother, and called this "Notes". I made a copy of the photo and the back of it to show off her handwriting. I believe this photo was taken in the 1910's.
These 2 grungy sticks are from Mandy. I stamped the coaster and misted it with some of the Smooch Spritz.
I lifted this page from Cathy Cafun's, Memories page, over at Scrapmatts. I did this for their September scraplift challenge.I did some stamping, rub-ons (Romance add on), painting, inking and masking (color add on) to grunge this page up. I used the stamp "No. 1" (Romance add on) as the title. This is Andrew at Chuck E. Cheese in June 2010.
The right corner are rub-ons with a couple chipboard pieces and fiber. The cog is a DA piece from the SOD shoppe. I used a brad (Romance add on) for the middle.
I made this page using Dusty Attic's September sketch. I just adored the lacing technique and had to try it myself. I recently came across this photo of my Grandmother and her family (I think). She is the 2nd one from the right. I believe it is her mother on her left side, and aunt and cousin on her right. This photo must have been taken in the late 1910's or early 1920's. I call this page "Old Fashioned Divas", hence their hats.
This DA piece came in a previous kit. I printed some more of Renea's butterflies. The big butterfly (Flora & Fauna add on) is Prima.