Welcome! I started this blog because I love to craft. I dabble with scrap booking, and card making. I love bending, folding and tweaking paper. I try other crafts, too. I hope to share some projects with you.

Monday, March 30, 2015

Sixth Grade Field Trip Scrapbook Page

   I am still working on a scrapbook that will be displayed at my granddaughter's high school graduation. I am so far behind. I finished this page one day last week and thought that I would share it with all of you. 


DOUBLE SIDED PAGE LAYOUT


 
  This page took forever. I made all the rope bridges from twine and scrapbook paper. The photo mats were embossed by inking the embossing plate and then running it through my Big Shot. The LOC logo was taken from the web. The girl on the rope bridge was made by turning a photo into a pencil drawing and then coloring her using watercolors. They were both mounted onto chipboard and the outside edges were inked. The lettering plaques were cut with my cutting machine. I removed the letters and used the paper they were cut from. I then ran them through my Big Shot. I attached dark brown scrapbook paper behind them and then each was given eyelets that I ran twine though. The large "L" is a copy of a Major Award that she won. I cut the "L" out eight times stacked and glued them together. Then I painted it. I enclosed it in a clear envelope.

CLOSE UP OF PAGES

 LEFT PAGE

RIGHT PAGE

   I hope that you enjoyed seeing this page layout. If you are interested I have a Yahoo group for scrapbookers called Scrapbook Nook. There are some really great page layouts there that were created by Kathy Scholl. 
   Well, I'm off to create something else.

Take Care
Kathy

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