Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Inspired to Pieces! Red Album Project

I visited an awesome blog/paper artist during National Scrapbook Day The Scrap Kitchen blog hop that I could not help but fall in love with her creative work.  Iris Babao Uy is an inspired scrapbooker.  I would highly recommend checking out her blog My White Space.  Her work is incredible.

The layout that caught my attention used a stamp I purchased but had not used.  I loved it but was not sure how I would use it on a layout.  Iris is a master at design and used this crossword puzzle stamp perfectly.  I had to give it a shot.  Iris's layout is much more beautiful and balanced than mine so I really do hope you check her layout "12-30-11."  It is the most fun I've had in awhile stamping on my layout.

Red Album Project
This layout is of my dad dressed in a tuxedo posing outside a building on the Air Force Base where he was stationed.  I don't know the occasion, but dad had a photo of a friend who was dressed for the occasion as well.  His friend's name was on the back of the photo, Billy F. Butler from Kansas, MO!  It was important to Dad to include him in his album so I thought it was important to include him on this layout. 

 Paper Collection:  Bo Bunny Serenity; Core'dinations; Sizzix die cut

 American Crafts Thickers "dressed;" My Minds Eye "9;" "the" and "s" Tim Holtz; "to" K&Co

 Technique Tuesday tiles; Tim Holtz paper tape; Tim Holtz Distress Ink Vintage Photo; Stazon Jet Black

 Puzzle Stamp, Hero Arts; Ranger's black Archival Ink; Clock: Bo Bunny Timepiece; Tim Holtz Fastener and Ticket;
7 Gypsies Tape Measure tape; other stamps from Tim Hotz's line from Stampers Anonymous

I will be using my crossword puzzle stamp more on my layouts.

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Have a Crafty Day






Gratitude List
1.  sweet sleep for Little Honey
2.  God's strength
3.  God bringing new lives to our family
4.  Dad, who I miss everyday
5.  wellness in mind and body

10 comments:

  1. Love how you used the stamp!! Wonderful photos and great title!!!

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  2. wow - great layout. I love the tile treatment and the tape banner you created!!

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  3. You did an amazing job with the stamp, Debby! I love how you used the blocks of PP to go along with the smaller photos. Fantastic heritage page!

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  4. Great job! Love the layering!

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  5. Awesome heritage page and tribute to your dad. Love all the papers.

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  6. Well done! Great use of the paper tape!

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  7. Excellent layout as usual! Beautiful work! Love Penny

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  8. Love the banner and photos. Lovely layout.

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  9. one of my favorites by you~amazing!! Love the vintage "dad". You really made them shine!!!!

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  10. Great heritage page. Love the banners under the photo.

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