Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Scrapbooked Thanksgiving!



I adore the William and Virginia images over at In Style Stamps. I just had to do a quick card with these images and since I won't have time to make and send one out to each member in my family, I'll probably just email the card to them. LOL

My card inspiration comes from a scrapbook that I looked through of my father's family. It had photos mounted with photo corners onto the black pages of the scrapbook and then captions were written under each photo in white ink. I loved the look. It was dated in the early 1900's so a question came to mind, "Has white gelly roll pens been around that long?". What do you think they used? LOL

Anyway, have a great week. For those celebrating the American Thanksgiving holiday, Happy Thanksgiving!

Thank you for stopping by my blog every once in a while and encouraging me so kindly with your comments.

Heads Up! The In Style Stamps Design Team will have the monthly blog hop this Friday. I've seen some of the projects these ladies have made and you'll want to take time to do some hopping with us!

Details:
Stamps: In Style Virginia, William
Paper: Basic Black, Mohawk Smooth White
Ink: Prismacolor Markers and pencils, metallic gold marker
Accessories: Black photo corners, SU Spiral punch

3 comments:

  1. OH this is soo cute! Such a classy "vintage" look :)

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  2. Aaacck! Love it Janelle, beautifully colored!

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  3. Absolutely adorable!!! I love how it looks like a portrait! Too too cute! Awesome coloring job too :)
    TFS :*)
    ~ margie

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