Hey everyone...time for another Friday reveal @ SOUS....This week we had a really fun sketch to work with. I knew I wanted to start scrapping Mcauley's school play so this was a great beginning. I used some papers from On The Boardwalk by G45 I close up of arr star and a couple of family shots.
When I was looking for some fun scrappy bargains @ the local Dollar Tree I ran across a bag of little wooden pirate cutouts and thought of Mcauley. He was a pirate in the school play, Night at the Wax Museum. I added the title with Stone Script. The fun scroll is my little treasure map...Mcauley gives us lots of entertaining moments...no better treasure than that. I used my Heritage cart for the cut and added the x from Indie Art to mark the spot.
The stars are from Plantin. If you have never used you center point on your cricut it is so much fun. I printed the info on from my computer and then cut them out with the center point feature....love the look and it's a great way for handwriting challenged people like myself to add some journaling to a layout. The film strips are cut from Mickey and Friends...these are so much fun and have so many uses. I covered the back of the paper with a book page, cut a slit and added some eyelets and lace to mimic his piratey shirt.
So stop by Generations Crafting and pick up a pad of this versatile paper....I really have to order some more of these pages...I love the black and red and the prints are the bomb. Pop on over to SOUS to check out the rest of the DT's work and our fantastic guest designer, Jennifer! Thanx for stopping by!