This one is an oldie but a goodie for me. It features both Sparky and Spunky. I had them dress in DH’s suits and hold up a frame. I attached a sheet to the bed rail for the background. Jeepers, this was before I got my D-Rebel! I used B&W film for this!
Supplies include a large frame as a prop, glass removed, and clothes that don’t fit. Scrapbook supplies include Mr. Ellie Pooh and Basic Grey paper, a shipping tag, Amaco Light Weight Aluminum foil and Rub N Buff (Spanish Copper), and some ribbon & fiber from my stash. Can’t forget the Ranger Distress Ink and Cut N Dry foam.
Spellbinders Dies are Hinges, Buckles, Geometric Rectangles (or you could use Nestabilities, this was pre-Nestie, aren’t we lucky to have them!), Graceful Font, Caesar Font, Playful Font, Mystic Font and Indulgence Font.
This is a pretty straight forward layout to me. On the corners and buckles I rubbed Rub N Buff to get rid of the shiny newness, so it would go better with the aged look of the page, and I used Vintage Photo Distress Ink rubbed onto the photo with a small piece of Cut N Dry foam, then edged it with Black Soot. I did the same to the background patterned paper, and the 12×12 piece too. The shopping tag was done with a combination of Vintage Photo, Weathered Wood and Fired Brick.
Check back tomorrow for more art and the start of the Nestability Birthday Party! Rules and details on how YOU could win the featured Die, or even a Wizard and $500 in dies! More of the Cinderella Story is coming soon too!
Yes, they are adorable! LOL!!I have to say, Beth, this is one of my favorite layouts :0)I’m lovin’ the new releases so far and it’s only Monday! LOL!!!!
Aren’t my nephews adorable???