Yesterday I pulled out some photos of myself when I was little. There are only a handful of pics of me when I was little as my parents did not have a camera at that time. And of course, because they are almost 40 years old, they are discolored and fading.
I set out on the small task of scanning each one and enhancing them with the software on my Mac Laptop. For the most part, they turned out awesome! I think though that with a bit more tweaking I can make them even better.
The photos on this page are not the originals as I was afraid to adhere them to my page. So, I scanned and fixed them and then "antiqued" them. LOL The originals are black and white, but they did not look right with the papers that I chose. Sounds funny to "antique" photos that I am trying to fix! LOL
ANYHOO......here is the page and a couple of close ups.....
I used papers from 2 different paper packs, which is a personal challenge for me. If you are anything like me, you "collect" paper and scrapbook accessories. I find that when I use a paper pack for my scrapbook group that I am just plain tired of looking at the papers by the time I have created 6 pages plus cards and such from the same 6 patterned papers. So, I am trying to not only use what I have, but mix up what I have and use it in a different way than before.
The letters that I used to create the word SWEET are from the Dimensional Elements Monograms. I LOVE these letters as I can mix and match my letters to create a dimensional hodgepodge of letters. Funny thing is, I was running out of E's, so these were my only 2 choices......gotta use what I have.....but I think that they worked PERFECT to create this title!!
When I first started this blog, I would give you a supply list of products used.....I think that I am going to go back to doing that at the end of each post.....
Thanks for stopping by!!
I hope that I have inspired you to get out and use what you have! Mix and match your papers. You might be surprised at what you will come up with!!
Supplies used: All Items CTMH (unless noted)
Paper: Silhouette and Notebook
Stamps: Playful Flourishes
Embellishments: Brad Assortments; Metal and Winter Cozy, Colonial White Ribbon, Big Blooms, Filigree Charms, Dimensional Elements Monograms letters; S, W, E, T
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Happy Scrappin' and Stampin'