Saturday, September 22, 2012

Movie magic


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When I saw his sketch on the Sketchabilities bog I knew that I would definitely do this one. I love multiphoto pages and this is perfect for getting a whole heap of photos scrapped.
The photos that I used were taken at Universal Studios in LA. This was probably my favourite park out of all the awesome parks that we visited on our trip. The tour of the sudios was totally amazing - the special effects that we were part of were stunning! The day was scorching hot and all the spray off zones were in operation. Sophie and Benji were in heaven running throught the sprinklers. They got totally drenched but were dry again within half an hour. The older kids loved the creepy characters and the shows and rides were totally awesome!
Bottom line is I have heaps of photos to scrap of this particular day, so I set to work to cross 5 off my list using this sketch. First I sprayed the corners of my cardstock using my crafter's workshop 'gears and wheels' mask and black dylusions spray ink. My papers are Studio Calico and the cute banner is a 'paper garland' from American Craft's 'Neopolitan' collection. The awesome burgundy flower, yellow doily, yellow tickets and spotty button are from the amazing Purple Pumpkin.
This one was a winner with my kids - it even drew a response from my teenage boys! - the most touching tribute being 'yeah its OK mum' Sigh!!!

5 comments:

Lizzy Hill said...

OK??....OK??..... talk about the understatement of the CENTURY!!! That's boys for you - they don't exactly GUSH, do they??!!!LOL:):) Well, I LOVE it - sooo many photos on there & STILL not crowded - clever girl...LOVE that banner & the cogs remind me of film reels - probably your intention, so it works:):):)

Sandy Davis said...

Sounds like you guys had a great day together...thats great that got 5 photos on your layout. Love the papers and embellishments you chose.

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Super awesome layout!!! Love all the photos - fantastic!

Mrs Frizz said...

oh wow, awesome ...

Aliza said...

I love the way you turned the sketch. And your misting. The comment from your teenage son made me laugh. As you can probably tell, I have one of those too.

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