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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Boy vs. marker with Chomas Creations embossing kit

Yeah, this is what you get for trying to shower with a trouble making 2 year old around!  I thought all the markers were put up, and that the so called "washable" ones were thrown away!
Don't look too closely at the embossing on this page, I may just have made a mistake!  Did you know that in Design Studio, if you "copy" an image that has been flipped, it doesn't flip the copy?  I didn't!  lol!  But I still like how it turned out, so I kept my booboo embossed yield signs!  I used the Street Sign cart for this embossed image onto Ten Seconds Studio metal, and the Chomas Creations embossing kit.

For the title I used the Chomas Creations mini gel pen holder with the black metallic mini gel pen from the assorted pack, again with the Street Sign cartridge.  I colored in the rectangle around the title with a Copic.

Here is the completed page, the papers and ribbon are Cosmo Cricket, the marked up boy is all mine hehe!  I learned a lesson that day!


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5 comments:

Melissa said...

lol...ohhhhhh been there done that! Very nice Amy!

Jessica said...

I know you were upset but can laugh at it now. You can tell him what he did and have proof. Scrapbooking is awesome. Great techniques. TFS

Jess B.
thatzuneek@gmail.com

Carrie K said...

LOL! I am sooo glad my kids are grown!!

Zoey and the furballs (the Zoo Crew) said...

Thank you for the laugh. It's been a long time since I was around a little one like that I and forgot how much fun, I mean mischief, they can get into.

tazzee said...

That made me chuckle! It reminded me of the time my daughter wanted to be a tiger. Yep, she used a black sharpie to put her stripes on! She had black stripes all over her body in a matter of mins....literally it was no more than 3 mins!! Good times =)