until the end of my first OU year and I'm four weeks behind *sighs* On the plus side I got one essay out of the way so I can move onto the next. I've had a productive day, one essay, several scrappy projects and other bits and bobs :D
As some of you will know, I've been away this weekend, in Manchester, so a quick recount for you. Jeff Dunham... FANTASTIC, that man is a genius and *so* damn funny! I got to visit Agent Provocateur and got some of the CUTEST lingerie (pics to follow later in the week) No scrapping though, hence today's activities. I've been planning my mini canvas for a while now, and here it is :D
The photo is of my mum taken not long after Dad and she got engaged. Dad's work collegues had been bugging him for quite a while and one Saturday she was dragged into town and into a passport photo booth.
I've used the April Go-go kit:
Canvas co mini canvas, edges inked in tea dye distressed ink
Maya road chipboard painted brown, then rock candy crackle paint and finished with Tim holtz tea dye distressed ink
Button and pin Jennie Bowlin
Photo inked with tea dye distressed ink painted with Tim Holtz Rock Candy Crackle paint then peeled off in places
Ribbon from stash
I also had a look at the Monopoly CC on UKS and had a play with Angie's class, The Angel, Islington. I had great fun!
Used MME glitter paper (from the Penny Lane stack I think) Edges inked in Tea dye and Old paper distressed inks
Green Bazzil, edges inked as above and Olive Vine glimmer mist, stitching effect in brown journalling pen
Top frame: MME paper, but I can't remember which one! Inked with Old Paper distressed ink.
Pink paper is Crate, but don't know which one (again)
White chit chat thickers
MLS mini alphas in cream
random ribbons and bling from stash
Yes, fun was had along with inky fingers :D