Saturday, October 22, 2011

THANKS DAD!

At Christmas each year, I give to my son and daughter, all the layouts that I have done about them in the previous year. This layout is for our son's album. The people in the photo are dear friends of both Lee and Liz. They both endearingly call  the gentleman "Dad". So, as a present for Lee. He hasn't seen it yet....but I guess by Christmas, it won't be a surprise....LOL...Oh, WELL.....what else could I do, right? 

Supplies used are: 

BO BUNNY PRESS Timepiece Collection Papers
TIM HOLTZ  Grunge Board Elements
TIM HOLTZ - RANGER Crackle Paint (Metalic Brushed Pewter and Picket Fence)
TIM HOLTZ-RANGER Distress Ink (Walnut Stain)
SIZZIX-TIM HOLTZ Texture Fades- Alterations Collection- Embossing Folder Bingo and Patchwork Set
STAZON INK (Jet Black)
TEN SECOND STUDIO Metal Sheet (Black)
MAYA ROAD Mini Alphabet (Caroline)
BAZZIL BASICS Cardstock (Black)
7GYPSIES Industrial Gears and Foldover Sticker Book
STAMPENDOUS: Aged Black Embossing Enamel

From my stash: 
Brads and chipboard gear (unknown origin)
corrugated cardboard
Bringing out the gear theme from the Bo Bunny Timepiece patterned paper to the embellies!!!!

A little grunge work close up!

Thanks, everyone, for taking a peek.....and.....shhhhh, don't tell Lee!!!

7 comments:

  1. I really like the texture and color of this LO, Patty! From the cardbaord to the embossed grungeboard & gears, there is so much to see. I love the BBummy Timepiece Collection...can't go wrong with it. Liz & Lee are so photogenic, I do not think they ever take a bad photo. You are so talented with various mediums; the 10 Second Studio strip is fabulous. xoxox

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  2. Absolutely GORGEOUS! LOVE the distressing and embellishment work!!

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  3. You are a master (or mistress?) or creating texture and amazing details on your lo's Patty! Lovely work!

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  4. What a fabulous layout and work you made dear Patty!

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  5. It's a great layout. Especially love the painted corrugated cardboard.

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  6. Oh I like the texture on that corrugated cardboard! Fabulous masculine page...and that photo is so endearing! I'm sure your son will love this!

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  7. Oooohhh, Patty, this is so awesomely grungy, yet still glam. Marvelous balance of styles and such an eye-catching array of textures. Wonderful work!


    Tons of hugs,
    Jessica

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