Wow, I never thought I'd get to the point when I am almost only posting on my Fridays! But life has been so busy lately that crafting, let alone blogging, has taken a bit of a back seat. But of course the kiddo's come first! And speaking of which they just started school on Wednesday. They both did great but are just exhausted and emotions are running a little whack. So with that said, let me share those not so perfect but those very real photos with you...Scotti was beyond fussy (apparently his morning routine for the first week of school, boy lost computer privileges because of it), that explains this oh so happy face!
I always knew my daughter was such a poser! Hahahaha! I got normal photos as well but I guess she has to pull out the model in her...LOL! Honestly, these photos make me laugh out loud!
And his photo shoot? Well he walked backwards for almost all the photos I got. I did snap a bunch of him telling his Grandma something so it show's how his little lips look when he talks. Very cute, very funny...very him! So for moving around so much, not a bad pic!
So onto my layout for this week's Die Cut Challenge at Stuck on U Sketches. Hot August Nights! This challenge isn't only cars, but any vehicle...think what you can ride on and you'll be right on...hahaha!
Anyways, this page was another really fun one to create! I have lots of photos so I'll try and be brief with the rest of the text...
A funky altered photo of Justin on a ride with his buddy up to the Canadian border...
This is the main part of the embellishments and die cuts. The motorcycle, Go sign and large shape that was cut as a mask for the background are from Going Places. Flames and dice are from Indie Art, cherries from Country Life and title with a welded skull from Indie Art was from Boys Will Be Boys.
There was a mix of mists from Tattered Angels and Perfect Pearls so this photo shows some of the shine. Also the sticker letter masking I did for Seattle, didn't turn out very well because spraying it made the stickers stick and peel badly, oops.
And one more skull from Indie Art and the Glossy Accents on the dice. You can also see a touch of the shimmer paper for the title which was also splattered with black paint as was the background.
Ok, ok...long post! Sorry...
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