Friday, 14 May 2010

Scrapbook page with hidden journaling

In changing providers, we were without the internet for the first part of the week so I have quite a lot to catch up on again. Here's a page I made last week with the hidden story of how my husband lost his hat whilst zipping across a tyrolean at the local leisure park. It landed in the lake and he had to wait while it blew near the shore, then paddle to retrieve it (why didn't I photograph that part?). Isn't it great how scrapbooking can capture those funny little moments? It won't mean much to most people but the memory makes me smile every time I look at it :) Title translated = The little story of the Straw Hat
Mon mari a perdu son chapeau sur le tyrolean au parc loisirs. Il a tombé dans l'eau! Alors, la petite histoire caché dessous la photo:
Used: Radiant rain mist on the Bazzill background; more Bazzill for the matting; paper scraps; button and cord; EK Success 'Waves and Dots' border punch; Cuttlebug with Cuttlebug's Not the Boss alphabet, Sizzix 'Wingo Zingo' alphabet and Spellbinders Labels 3 and Circles to layer repeat photos of the hat.
J'ai vapourisée le fond de Bazzill et j'ai utilisé plus de Bazzill et chutes de papiers pour mes tapis, bouton et cordeline. Egalement ma perforatrice (EK Success: Vagues et Pois) et ma Cuttlebug avec l'alphabet 'Tu n'es pas mon patron', l'alphabet Sizzix 'Wingo Zingo', Spellbinders Cercles et Etiquettes 3.


  1. Great pages. Awesome work!!

  2. Haha! Funny story! Just what SBing is all about too, and your page is great!