Travel


TravelFront page of my Travel Scrapbook album.
Created September 2012.
Traditional. 12″ x 12″.
Nikon D70 ©

Close up.
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Nikon D70 ©

I rubber-stamped the background paper.
Hint: Apply Ink to large rubber-stamps with a Brayer.
I use a dry Sticky Lint Roller as a Brayer

Supplies:
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Stampin’ Up! Travels Abroad Retired Stamp Set.

TIME FLIES (91034) wood mounted Inkadinkado Rubber Stamp text, watch and butterflies.

Faux Coins from Creativity Inc. Collage Kit

Handwritten Text background stamp by Inkadinkado. ink, letter stencils, brads, faux coins from Collage kit, postcards, cardstock, postage stamps, etc.

““The Shelf” foundation is characterized by its strong horizontal border that acts as a shelf or stage to showcase the key page elements–usually including your photos, journaling or title.” – Whats your page foundation ?

Sketch: Get it Scrapped sketch #59 by Amy Kingsford at Debbie Hodge

These are some of the pages in the album that I have scrapbooked.

Montana.
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Gargoyles, England.
Digital
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The Background was made from one of the photos.
Adobe Photoshop filter – Artistic –
Watercolor –
Layer white screen

Gargoyles, England.
Digital.
Please click for larger images.
The Background was made from one of the photos.
Adobe Photoshop filter –Artistic –
Watercolor –
Layer white screen

Savanna, South-Africa.
Created 2007
Digital


Savanna, South-Africa.
Digital.
Created 2007

Scrapbooking your Travels

8 comments

    • I’m well thank you Lisa 😉
      I’m so glad, I’m very satisfied with it as well.
      I was lucky, I got them all at more than half the price.
      I got some more lovely stamps from a thrift store for a bargain as well.

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