This is Andrew digging into the sand at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas CA in August 2016. A view of true Bliss.
The papers used are Captured Adventures by 49 and Market.
I bought a package of starfish from Michael's and when I opened it up they stunk so bad, like rotten fish that I had to put outside to air out. They are super brittle and most of them were already chipped. I used mod podge to keep the ones I used on the page from chipping further.
The fishing net is Dusty Attic, which I added some pearl beads to. The flowers are 49 and Market. The anchor is Creative Embellishments.
The sand dollar and blue pearl are 49 and Market die cut sticker bubbles.
I put a small piece of paper into a glass bottle for a "message in a bottle" embellishment.
This chipboard is also from Creative Embellishments. I white washed it, crackled it then inked it for a distressed beachy look.
I used white washed burlap and misted cheesecloth for texture under the corrugated cardboard that was white washed and then got a layer of glitter mod podge. The stitch work is all hand done.
If some of you recognize this page it's because I made something almost identical a couple of weeks ago. I loved the first one so much, I made a second, since I had most of the same products, to be able to make it to sell. There were just a couple of differences like the heart, title, type of fencing and floral arrangements.
Again, this is my nephew's bride being walked down the aisle by her dad. October 2017
These couple of photos are of some more lost relatives from my dad's second wife's collection. I made this page to match up to the last one I created of my Grams and I called Family Time, so I can sell this one Etsy. I have never created two of the same before and of course wasn't able to make them exactly alike because everything I make will always have its own uniqueness since I don't have it in me to create the exact same thing twice.
49 and Market and Prima flowers
Torn paper from an old dictionary hand sewed on like the borders around the page.
Recollections wooden clock inked up.
Recollections wooden title inked up as well as the wooden frame.
Happy National Scrapbook Day friends! I made this page as an example for the May Childhood Challenge over on Scrapbook.com. For this month in honor of Mother's Day one of the options is to scrap yourself with your mom or grandmother. So this is me in 1981 with my maternal grandma, I am one year old.
I used Prima paper and flowers. The large clock is a Kasiercraft wooden chipboard. The word Family, butterflies, buttons and the intricate clock are by Michael's Recollection line. I hand stitched around the page and did some stamping with my Blue Fern stamps. The chicken wire is Dusty Attic.
The keys and stopwatch are charms I found on Amazon.
The torn paper is from an old dictionary. I hand sewed it on.
Thank you for taking a peek. If you would like to see how I created anything specifically, let me know and I will make a tutorial.
I am a mom to my kiddo (Andrew 13) and 3 adorable fur babies (K-Oz & Angel & Guy) and two teenage daughters (Jasmine & Gisselle). I love to scrap and my family is the center of my scrap world. I like to try new techniques and be as unique as possible on every layout. Being that scrapping is my passion I try to find time to do it between doing the mommy chores. I have met so many wonderful people through this passion that I am eternally grateful.