I was working with Graphic 45's Hallowe'en in Wonderland and as I was setting up the design I saw my pack of chipboard elements from The Magic of Oz and added them to the layout.
LOL I didn't see what I had done until I sat down to write this blog post. Talk about interesting.
The photo was no mistake. During my cleaning (HUGE project) I found a very damaged photo of my daughter at our first family church. My husband said I should throw it away saying I could not even scan it. The photo looked like it had encountered water and was scratched.
With a little patience and Photoshop Elements I was able to clean it up enough to use it for this scrapbook layout.
The reason I love the photo is it reminds me so much of her little girl.
Graphic 45's Magic of Oz chipboard and Hallowe'en in Wonderland. Note: Tin Man is in a frame that the Wicked Witch was in. I popped out the center of the chipboard and layered and popped the image of the Tin Man in the frame.
Tim Holtz's Idea-ology Timepieces, Spinners, and Tim's Sizzix Alteration Weathered Clock. I rubbed in a bit of Snow Cap Dabber paint to make the clock numbers pop.
Clock faces from the internet printed on photo paper.
Make sure to take D's Paper Studio March Challenge. One winner will receive an awesome prize pack from Graphic 45. Details, deadlines, and giveaway are HERE.
This was so much fun despite the fact I mixed up my characters. I say it still works!
Have a Crafty Day!
Gratitude List1. feeling much better
2. Tab, David, and LH
3. a wonderful week with Jay home from college
4. fun surprises found in boxes we unpacked
5. the reminder of how I want God's treasure in my heart always