Games.


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I created two 12″ x 12″ pages using a photo of my grandfather and I, there is more information about the photo at the bottom of the page. I have scrapbooked him before and you can see the layout here. The envelope on the second page in the pocket has more information about the photo and my grandfather. I tucked Monopoly cards and money, which I got from my mother in law, into non archival sports collector sleeves. The Monopoly rules and more Monopoly money is in a memorabilia pocket.  I used a checkerboard pattern for the background. I altered some playing cards, with rubberstamps, crackle, ink, etc. I did test the cards with a PH pen and they were acidfree.

1-Altered card 1Clear acrylic flourish rubberstamp with inked edges.

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Computer strips with Inked edges.

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Clear acrylic flourish rubber-stamp and wood mounted rubber-stamps.

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Wings Wood mounted rubber-stamp and Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad – Vintage Photo, spritzed with water and dried with a heat gun.

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Tim Holtz Ranger Inkssentials Clear  Crackle Medium, using a foam brush, when it was dry I used Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad – Vintage Photo, spritzed with water and dried with a heat-gun.

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Some of the other supplies and tools I used were: Patterned Paper: “Slab V” by Provo Craft, letter tiles from a Collage Kit by Creativity Inc., Tsukineko Walnut Ink Antiquing Solution Spray, Maya Road fresh chipboard scrolls 2, Tape measure sticker by Forever in time, “Time Will Tell” Nostalgiques Stickers by Rebecca Sower, Flourish clear acrylic rubber-stamp by “Forever in time”, wood mounted rubber-tamps, Tim Holtz Ranger Inkssentials Clear Crackle Medium. photo corners, bone folder, scoring board, chipboard alphabet, playing cards, make up sponges, hairdryer, acrylic paint, ink-pads, acid-free memorabilia pocket, solid card-stock, Acrylic paint, etc.

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Some of my sources were: Free Bingo Cards for you! and Coin Envelope Template from Chia’s house of stir fry.

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My inspiration for the layout was “Wonderland” by Jennifer Hottinger Sloan, from the Canadian Scrapbooker magazine Fall 2011.

Photo from Layout.
My Paternal Grandfather Jan Harmse Nieuwoudt Smit (20.9.1894-1.10.1970) and I.
18.7.1965 Klerksdorp, South Africa.
The photo was takn by My father Petrus Johannes Smit with a Kodak Brownie Camera.
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My grandfather was the best grandfather one could wish for; he always wore a pocket watch, a pair of braces, a pocket-knife, a small Derringer revolver, handkerchief, a hat and a jacket. He used to visit us regularly for a few days, arriving by train and then playing board and card-games with me for hours.  He was always very friendly and used to delight my friends and me with magic tricks as well.

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