Hi :) Still going with my 'My Creative Scrapbook'
Kit club pages shown altogether last week HERE.
This base paper began pale pink but as I wanted
to use it with a photo of my son I used modelling
paste, some stencils & mist to switch it up to green.
Lately I've been combining stencils & using numerous ones on a single page. Not sure why I never thought of that before :/
To grunge things up a bit for a masculine layout I inked up the chipboard elements using Colorbox Dark Brown which I keep in my top drawer & use on practically every layout.
The strange title is meaningful to my son, who used to always tell me he loved me 'thousands on the road' when he was little.
I hand-cut the hearts out of one of the Prima patterned papers, after first drawing up a few simple templates onto printer paper, folding them in half to get both sides symmetrical.
I also added some pale pink misting for extra depth & some black mist splats for more male grunginess.
I added some white thread between my
layers as it's a trend I ♥ right now.
Thank you for visiting today!
Wishing you all a wonderful week with a
little or a lot of creativity thrown in!!