To create the background on this layout I used some bubble wrap as a stamp and then added interest using stamps and distress ink. I tried not to worry about stamping over images that I had already stamped even if it meant almost covering them up.
I painted all the chipboard stars and then highlighted the edges using distress inks. I kept the Dusty Attic chipboard clock really simple and just painted it with acrylic paint the same as the title.
Linds (the editor of Scrapbook Magazine) sent me some papers to create a page for this article, when I opened the box it was full of American Crafts goodies. Now those of you who know me know that I really don't do American Crafts but I got stuck in and was actually really pleased with the end result.
I love ledger paper and I love adding stitching on my pages so I thought I would combine the two and create a stitched ledger background. This was very time consuming but I love the finished result, I simply drew out the design onto the cardstock in pencil, stitched over all the lines and then very carefully rubbed out any pencil marks that were showing.
Thank you for all the lovely comments that were left on my last post I am still on a high! lol My nephew has had a look at his photo on the banner over at inspireME and was so excited. He asked if he was famous now!