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Twirling Friends

I took this photo of our close friends Rosie and David, when Rosie was twirling my daughter, and David was rocking my son. Because of this movement the photo is a bit blurry, but I love the picture – it warms my heart. We’re so lucky to have them as our friends, and I love it that they feel as close as family – I know my kids will grow up loving them as much as I do!

Supplies =
WRMK Stitched Cardstock, 72&Sunny Chipboard Stickers, and Citrus Chipboard Stickers
Cosmo Cricket Togetherness ‘Birds of a Feather’ Paper (A and B side)
PaperMill Shop Chipboard Alphabet (painted with blue and white acrylic paint)
Unknown Chipboard Brackets and Buttons




































I used the September Challenge at Scrapbookers Anonymous to prompt the page – the challenge is to use chipboard (could you have guessed? I’ve used a fair amount!).
The alphas in the title were blank chipboard. I wanted to give them a distressed denim look (to match my friend’s clothes in the photo), so I painted them first with blue acrylic paint, let it dry, and then rubbed white acrylic paint on with my fingertip – wiping it with a baby wipe if it got too thick:

It was good to use some of the chipboard from my stash – and I enjoyed keeping the page quite simple so that the chipboard stands out. If you’re hoarding some chipboard in your stash then go and make a page and enter the challenge!

Back soon with more LSNED… x

14 thoughts on “Twirling Friends”

  1. look at all that chipboard. wonderful. I love the way you used the brackets on the photo and the cluster of chipboard embellies. so many details. Thanks so much for digging into your stash and playing along with us at Scrapbookers Anonymous. =)

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  2. Oh this is a great picture! Love the bird pp and the chipboard pieces are so fun, just love how you’ve arranged them! Thanks for joining in the fun at Scrapbookers Anonymous!

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