Thursday, January 29, 2009

Goofball

Introducing my Mr Goofball. Most of the photos I have taken of Steve over the years have been with him shirtless and with a goofy expression on his face. Normally I wouldnt have saved the photos, let alone scrapped them but I thought how silly of me. This is Steve, this is what we see at home, this is him, so why not scrap him.

You will notice that I ran out of the letter 'L' so I improvised by using the exclamation marks. I think they work well and add to the silliness.

Hope you like.

6 comments:

Angie ~ Scrap'n'art said...

LOL!!! LOVE IT CINDY:)

Love how you distressed the cardstock and how cute is that lil elephant:) TFS Angie xox

CreativeMe68 said...

Luv it too Cindy...how do you get that distressed look on the cardstock. And I love the elephant too! Luv Shaz xoxo

Helen Tilbury said...

Seriously cool Cindy...of course you MUST scrap the very photos that are a true reflection of a personality as opposed to only the perfectly posed shots. I love your layout too, expecially the seriously distressed edges. Is that just with a distressing tool? I have the MM one, must try it out,lol!

CreativeMe68 said...

Hey Cindy....just left you a lil challenge on my blog...hope you enjoy it? Luv Shaz xoxo

Cindy said...

thanks for everyone's lovely comments, especially about the distressing which was a mistake that I had to go with. I originally wanted to put ribbon along the top so added double sided tape to the ribbon and placed it down. I hated it so I ripped it off and it tore the top layer of cardstock off. Well I was stuck with that and quite liked it too so i just placed the sticky side of that same ribbon all over the cardstock and just kept ripping it off until I got the effect I wanted. Hope I explained it well enough.

Helen Tilbury said...

That's so cool! It's so funny how our accidents are admired by everybody. Will try your new "technique" ;-)