Again, these pictures are almost twenty years old. I'm not sure if digital cameras were around then, but I didn't have one. Yes, ladies and gentleman, these are pictures that were taken with actual film. I got to where I developed everything in 5x7 size figuring I could cut them down for scrapbooking.
I used four of the Picture My Life style papers because I needed to fill up space with interest despite only having two photos (and only because, as you see, my husband grabbed the boy child and forced him to face mom with her annoying camera) . The black axes on Slate background on the left is two pieces of PML paper with another PML paper cut into a circle over top to hide the seam. On the right, I stamped Jack over a PML piece, colored him with Copics, and then glued the "handsome" banner over top. I love that the bottom edge of that looks like beard hairs which have fallen off. Finally, the "Little Man" is a PML card cut down from the 6x4 size to 4x4.
I should also note that the Sapphire B&T paper is two scraps glued to the top and bottom of the page with the focal picture glued over top. This was the last of my Sapphire B&T from the retired catalog, and I had to make it stretch. (I'm still waiting for my new paper to arrive, but I linked to the new because it also has a subtle pattern in Sapphire which would work to duplicate this.)
Jack - Scrapbooking stamp set (w/matching die cuts)
Jack - Scrapbooking stamp set
Jack Coordinating Cardstock (includes Ruby)
Enchantment Fundamental Paper
Jack retires at the end of the month. I am sad to see him go, but I'll be pulling him out again when I find the photos of the log-rolling competition and others where my husband is sporting a full beard.
In writing news, I took the weekend off. Just needed a mental break. I did a bunch of scrapbooking...a bunch. I can't tell you how refreshing it was. Back to the grindstone come Monday, but at least I feel like I had a mini-vacation with my craft cabinet.
Until next time,