Hi all! I'm back again to show you a scrapbook page I did a while ago for a layout tag challenge at Scraptures.ca. I hadn't done a scrapbook page in a very long time. I really like these challenges because they only happen once a month so I'm not under the gun to do a whole bunch of pages and they give me a theme or template to follow. It works for me because then I don't have to think. Life is better when I don't have to think. :)
So here is my layout:
Actually, in this photo the pictures are photoshopped in because just as I went to print my photos, my printer decided it was going to go kaput. The final version has these exact pictures and I added the date & place on the journaling spot, so it looks just like this photo. I did finally get my printer working. I thought it was the print head, so I ordered a new one that cost me $60. Waited the 10 days for it to arrive only to find out it wasn't my print head. The continuous ink supply system I have failed. So I thought it was the resettable chips on the cartridges and ordered a new set of self-resetting chips. Nope, not those either. Its the actual ink tanks themselves that aren't working. I don't know how that is, but I refilled an old set of ink tanks and reset the chips and it printed like new again. Well, at least I have a back-up print head and a new set of self-resetting chips. I need to find some new low volume tanks to fix the CISS. If you have ever used a CISS and then had to go back to manually refilling your ink tanks, then you know what a pain in the ass it is.
I don't know what company makes the patterned paper I used on this layout since they were scraps I had left over from other projects. The base cardstock is SU (don't know what colour), and the dark blue and white are Recollections from Michaels. The embellishments are from the dollar store. I used an EK Success punch to punch out the little crab and the pennants are just triangles cut from scraps. I used a marker on plain white kitchen twine to make the twine the pennant is attached to. I did use my Craft Robo to cut the wave shapes for the border along the bottom.
So that's all I have for today. I have more projects I'll be showing you over the next little while - some cards and a few more scrapbook projects. I hope you drop by again to see what I've been up to. :)
Talk to you later...