Saturday, April 25, 2015

Oh Snap!


Greetings everyone! I am trying to get back into the swing of things here. After experiencing some health issues lately, and going through a major problem with our home, I have finally been able to get back to scrapbooking. I think that having to move almost everything in my scrapbook room to repair the slab leak has been harder on me than my health issues! A scrapbooking girl has got to scrap, you know?!!! Tempoirarily, I have set up a makeshift scrapping area in our kitchen. I cannot complain, though....it is better than not being able to scrapbook at all!

OK....my problems aside.....About a month ago, Liz and I spent the day together and we decided to play a little joke on my husband/her dad. He unwinds at the end of the day by doing a crossword puzzle.....his favorite part of the paper. 
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Back to the layout now, the little joke we played on my husband/Liz's dad was to cut out the crossword puzzle from the paper before he got home. We pulled it off without a hitch. Dad was totally unsuspecting, and I got some wonderful photos too! Tee, hee, hee!!! 

Products used:

Blue Fern Studios chipboard
BoBunnye paper
Maya Road chipboard and twine
Prima flowers and ink
Tim Holtz diecut
From my stash:
     background paper
     stencil
     blue flower
     button
     number stickers
     chipboard 

Techniques used for this layout include inking, painting, fussy cutting, 3-D work, stenciling and diecutting.


Thanks for taking a look! I always appreciate comments! 

2 comments:

  1. What a great story, and good job with the makeshift scrapbook room!

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  2. HI! Hmmm, I thought for sure I had left a comment on this fabulous page! Great job, as usual. You are so talented. Love the film strip as a journaling spot- and the numbered sequence. Fun topic, nice humor. The texture is wonderful. xo

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