søndag 16. september 2012

Crazy Guys (Sketchabilities #75)

As I mentioned yesterday, Sketchabalities is up with a new, lovely sketch.
One thing I really loved about it was the the sketch was designed for (optional) multi photos. I had some photos from Greece this summer, taken when hubby and DS9 went para sailing, and there was no way I could use one photo only to tell the story.

Here they are, my crazy men, praparing to sail, sailing and beeing happy afterwards.

Patterned Papers, chipboard & Rubons: Fancy Pants Beach Bum collection.
Alpha: AC. Buttons: unknown. Stars: home made

Did you notice the tiny black stars? I bought myself some cool stitch stamps last week, and me and DS9 had fun playing with good old fashioned shrink plastic this morning.

Click on image to see the stars better

Stamps: CloseToMyHeart Stitched together

Tell me, have you played with some old stuff lately?

8 kommentarer:

Bente Fagerberg sa...

Denn var flott Hilde!! Herlig å se så mange bilde på en side. Det er ikke så vanlig nå for tiden.... Nydelige fine sommerbilder er det dessuten!
Shrink plastic kjöpte jeg hjem en gang for lenge siden men det har bare blitt liggende. Ikke noe gammelt på gang akkurat nå nei. TFS!

pysselpetra sa...

Imponerande att du lyckats få till så många foton utan att det känns rörigt. Snyggt !

Janet sa...

this is a great layout Hilde !! I love the colors and you did a great job with the sketch !!

leannes scrappy stuff sa...

"WoW"what a fun layout love it all the colours the photo's great job!

Anita Scroggins sa...

Love all the fun stuff on your layout! So many great things to look at. Thanks for joining us at Sketchabilities this week!!

Sanna sa...

Gorgous, colorful summer photos, Hilde! the embellishments are a perfect match for your photos! love those little stars, too! glad you joined in w/ us at Sketchabilities :)!
Hugs, Sanna

Sketchabilities sa...

beautiful photo, love the details, thank you for joining in with us over at Sketchabilities!

heirloomscrapping sa...

Love your LO its awesome and a fabulous take on the sketch