The layout was based on a page sketch I found on the Net. I based my colours on my picture's, but I wasn't sure how I liked it at first, but now I think I don't mind it so much. (My sister said the colours were nice and she couldn't care less about scrapbooking, so I think that's a sign!)
The picture was taken at Universal Studios. I thought of it immediately when I received the Do the Hula set.
The Teal ribbon is actually white grosgrain that I dyed using my reinker. Worked better than I expected! (I had an "incident" when I dyed a ribbon with the Classic ink before and it bled, so I had never dyed anything since). I just might get on the dye train now (and get those pretty new fibers...).
And, yes, the waves at the bottom right are made with the coffee steam from "Espress Yourself". ;)
Date: Saturday, July 8, 2006 GMT Views: 380
Stamps: Do the Hula, Collage Alphabet & Numbers, Rough Edges Alphabet, Letterpress Alphabet, Whirly-Twirly wheel, Espress Yourself (waves. bottom right)
Paper: Taken with Teal, Whisper White, Handsome Hunter
Ink: Versamark, Taken with Teal, Handsome Hunter
Accessories: Pastels, Embossing powder, Pearl Ex, vellum, Hodgepodge Hardware, ribbons, white gel pen, markers, Lumiere, paper piercer and template
Registered: November 28, 2004 Location: the Florida wilderness Posts: 20618
Sat, Jul 08, 2006 @ 4:16 PM
Love this. I especially love how you were able to use so many different stamp sets to do a scrapbook page. I really want to use my stamps more for scrappin' and this is a great inspiration. Great page. Thanks for sharing it.