I scrap-booked one 12″ x 12″ page using a photo of my Blog Avatar. The index card has information about the photo. My inspiration was ” Mirror-mirror” by Robin Shakoor from the “Creative Keepsakes” magazine of Sept/Oct 2012.


Close up of Title, spring, view-finder slide, etc.


Close up of Title, washers, spring, view-finder slide, etc.

1-dscn3385 Possible supplies gathered in a  13″x 13″ Iris® Scrapbook Case.


The patterned paper is from the  Scrap-kit-Family Tree by and K & Company.
Some of the other supplies and tools I used were: Wood mounted Corset Rubber-stamp by Hampton Art, Wood mounted Key Rubber-stamp, Wood mounted clock Rubber-stamp, Wood mounted Day of the dead Rubber-stamp by Recollections, acrylic dress maker’s dummy stamp, acrylic swirls/scrolls stamps, Paper curl, Slide from Project Runway Fashion Design Projector Set by Fashion Angels, assorted Lock-washers, which I got at the hardware store, Acrylic paint, chipboard, chipboard letters,  index cards, corner rounder (Nail-clipper), pop dots, Modge Podge Matt by Plaid, brass Brads, egg timer spring, Deco Art texturizing medium ( added to brown paint for rust title ) etc.

The technique I used for the rubber-stamped images was from a Tutorial Stamp School Venetian Plaster Technique by thefrugalcrafter Lindsay Weirich.
The technique I used on the title was Faux Rust Painting-Quick, Easy and Cheap! by DaveLoweDesign

Sources: Some of the Ephemera clip-art are: Pressure Gauge Illustration Gravitational Time Dilation Steampunk Gauge by and Ephemera labels from Sassy Artz

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  1. Wow what a lot of detail. This must have taken a lot of time. Love the old fashioned, rusted, look. That is very popular in Texas. Many shops selling things with that “old” patina on them. Well done you.

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    • The fun is in the details 😉
      Thank you very much, I’m glad you like it. I so enjoy getting my fingers full of ink and paint.
      I always appreciate you feedback ♥♥♥
      Happy Holidays.


  2. This is a wonderful way of preserving memories and history, almost like keeping a diary of (or blog about) important events or a whole lifestyle. Very interesting, but it must require a lot of patience and planning?

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    • I am glad you think so as well 😉
      I do a lot of planning, I have found that the better I plan the better it turns out, but I also enjoy the planning part. Scrap-booking requires patience, but I find it very relaxing and very rewarding.

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