New multi-photo layouts
credits: at PrimaHybrid:: Meredith Fenwick: yellow (Sunset, Day Dreams Collection), blue and black papers (Cowboy Baby, Every Day Inspriations), glitter brown bag stars (altered), Kim Christensen: Red paper and glitter stars (Starry Eyed, RAD Collection) and Bold Mini Sticker Alpha, Trish Jones: Date Stamps 2, Gina Miller: Alpha Medley 2, Weeds and Wildflowers: red stitch from Breath of Fresh Air (altered); March 08 Build-A-Page LO Sketch (altered) by Janine Langer on Prima blog; Toolbox 3 by Tracy Blankenship at scrapdish.com; glitter style by Flergs; Shooting Stars by Christina Renee; Mouse Ears button by Suzanne Baird; font: Typewriter
journaling: We had lots of fun during our stop in Norfolk, VA looking for the Mermaids on Parade statues. I didn’t take pictures of all of them, so I found pictures on the internet of some of the other ones we spotted while driving around town. 1- Ocarina, 2-By The Stars, 3- Dominique, 4- Hats Off To The Navy, 5- Literacy, 6- Mirror Mosaic, 7- Of the Sea, 8- Mystique, 9- 1950 Fish Dish, 10- Tiger Woods, 11-Lady of the Links
It feels good to FINALLY have these Star Wars exhibit photos scrapped. I started these pages right after coming back from vacation almost two years ago and wasn't happy with what I had done, so the files just sat there until last night when I decided it was time to tackle the project again. A full 24 hours later and I have 5 full pages of Star Wars photos finished. Thank goodness I have a DS who is a Star Wars nut and could help me with the names of the characters and vehicles I didn't have shots of the name plates in the photos for. The things stuck in his head amaze me sometimes LOL The backgrounds on these layouts are from the dividers that filled the exhibit hall- the painting was incredibly realistic so of course I had to take some pictures to use in my scrapbook!
credits: Great Grids: Blocks template by Melinda Staley at scrapdish.com; Say It! journaling strips and staples from County Fair by Dani Mogstad; washer and bolt from Bits n Bobs 2 by Kim Broedelet; fonts: Star Jedi, Century Gothic