At the park


Created 2.2010
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Page 1
Me as a child in the photos
Traditional Scrap-booking
Scanned with an Epson RX 595 scanner
Merged in Adobe Photoshop
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Page 2
Me as a child in the photos
Traditional Scrap-booking
Scanned with an Epson RX 595 scanner
Merged
in Adobe Photoshop
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Bird’s eye view
Nikon D70 ©
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Album: Family
Colors:
Primary
Hint:

I used a Paper-shredder to cut green Cardstock into strips, I got this idea from the book “Cutting edge photo cropping” by Memory Makers

Inspiration:

“Every season Scrapbook with success” Book 3 by E.K Success Please click on thumb-nail
Notes:

Most of the patterns are in the book, except the paper doll’s bodies, which can be made using Tracerkins-paperkins templates or other patterns.
Sketch:

Made in Adobe Photoshop
Size: 12 x 12
Style: Whimsical
Supplies:
Rubber stamps, “Paperbilities” Cardstock in different colors, Letter stencil, Chipboard shapes,
blue ribbon, “Forever in time” brads in different colors, sequins, wire, Photos, white chalk, “Make it Special” mounting squares, rubber stamps for logo and date, “Forever in time” floral embellishments, Aileen’s memory glue, Chipboard shapes, Zig Millennium pens in different colors, Aquarelle pencils, Inkadinkado® clear stamps, Decoart Americana Acrylic Paint, “Although not labeled as such, Deco Art Americana paints are acid-free. (Info from Deco Art’s chemist).” – Rebecca Baer


Techniques

Inspiration for Wire art from the book: “Compendium of Cardmaking techniques” Please click on thumb-nail
Tools:

I used a light-box, for the title and captions, which consists of a perspex computer shelf and a fluorescent lamp. I used a smaller version before, which you can see here.
You can also use a plastic see through grid for the title.
Here is mine.
You can print one on a transparency, remember to use the transparency setting on your computer.
I also used a Fiskars® paper trimmer, which I use with each layout.
Small scissors, Ruler, scissors, pencils, erasers, paper shredder (optional), small pliers (for wire-bending), etc.

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