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Scrapbooked December 2012Nikon D70 © Sources: Vintage image from Imagimeris, Supplies: (Please click for more) Note: I painted the paper with a Gesso wash as it was too bright. Patterned Paper: Paperdoodle Pad by Party Pazazz D J Inkers Published by Carlson … Continue reading
I moved my craft supplies to the basement. Tools that I use most are close at hand. I love the table down the middle, where I can spread out the layouts that I’m working on. I cover them with glass … Continue reading
Scrapbooked December 2012. Four pages 12″ x 12″ I got a Kodak Instamatic camera from my parents which I have kept. The orange autograph book I have had for years and has the autographs of Roger Moore, Susannah York and … Continue reading
My first canvas, which is 12″ x 16″, but I made a similar 12 ” x 12″ page for my album. Please click on photos for larger images. Nikon D70 © Page one 12″ x 12″ Please click on photos for larger … Continue reading
Front page of my Travel Scrapbook album. Created September 2012. Traditional. 12″ x 12″. Nikon D70 © Close up. Please click on photo for larger images. Nikon D70 © I rubber-stamped the background paper. Hint: Apply Ink to large rubber-stamps … Continue reading
We went Boondocking on the James River near Sundre, Alberta. Please click on photo for larger image.Nikon Coolpix PS 100 © A cold swiming hole. Please click on photo for larger image.Nikon Coolpix PS 100 © A view of our … Continue reading
Photo taken by hubby from our campsite. Focal Length: 500mm Aperture: 7.1Exposure: 1/640 secNikon D300 © Tepee in the Meadows. Nikon D70 © We went Boondocking again at a place we call the Meadows on the Labor day long weekend. Please click … Continue reading
Athabasca Glacier. Please click for a larger view. Please see next photo for a close up of the cars and people in the foreground. Nikon D70 © Please see previous photo, this is a close up of the cars and … Continue reading