A walk in time

A walk in time copy
A walk in time 2

A walk in time 3

A walk in time 4

A walk in time 5

I scrapbooked five 12″ x 12″ pages in November 2013. The layout was photographed by me with a Nikon D70 camera © Please click on photos for larger images.  The captions are tucked in behind every photo.

This is a close up of the background which I rubber-stamped on cream card-stock. Nikon D70 camera ©

Some of the Rubber-stamps that I used were: “TIME FLIES” (watches, handwriting and butterflies) which is wood mounted Inkadinkado, “Text” by Inkadinkado  which is also wood mounted, “Musical score” wood mounted and from Recollections®watch (wood mounted) from Center Enterprises Inc. Hartford, Connecticut, Acey Deucy “Excursion” (wood mounted), Acey Deucey Milano (wood mounted), Inkadinkado Antique alphabet clear, etc.

I applied a Gesso wash to the paper on the last page to make it lighter. The paper is from a Collage kit from Creativity Inc.

I made some of the tags, captions, envelopes, etc. while while we were camping. I used the Half Sheet Clear Stamp-Journal Stamps fromJo-Ann. Please click on photo for more.

Louis Armstrong, On the Sunny Side of the Street

“Grab your coat and get your hat

Leave your worries on the doorstep
Life can be so sweet
On the sunny side of the street.”

Other supplies used were: “Time will tell” Nostalgiques stickers by Rebecca Bower, watch charm from a bead store, watch faces from a Collage kit from Creativity Inc, Museum frame from DCI product, paperclip curls, watch parts, ink-pads, eyelets, gold metallic fiber, embroidery floss, photo corners, photo anchor with brads, card-stock, ledger paper, Acrylic paint, 3 d pop dots, Gesso, etc.

Some of the tools I used were an eye-let setter, craft knife, hole punch, etc.
Some of my sources were: Pocket watch clip-art, free from Sweetly scrapped art, free printable clock faces from The Wood Shop, tag template from Melstampz, Library cards and pockets from Creature comforts. etc.

My My Mother in Law and My Father in Law
Photo: Film Tests, 68 Joubert Street, Johannesburg, South Africa, Circa 1951.

Most of the photos were taken by street photographers. You might have noticed that I have used some of these photos before in other layouts, which is just one of the advantages of scanning, restoring and using copies, other advantages are that the originals are preserved and one can print the copies larger than the originals

Please note all templates are for personal use only. Please give credit.
Tutorials: Paper Coin Envelopes 3 1/2″ x 2″ by Deena Perreault,
How to use Eyelet Plier Sets from The haby goddess, etc.
Design Principle: 3-in-a-row: the little black dress of scrapbook page design by Debbie Hodge


Street Photographers-South Africa.

Time flies by Delores Satterthwaite at Dustyattic.ning

“A walk in time” from the book The complete book of scrapbooking projects and techniques.

I used many of the same rubber-stamps in Seaside Trip.



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