…a little wet…

…and ready to enter my layout into Challenge Me Happy’s Challenge # 46 – Water

“you know I’m going to”

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Unbeknownst to us, our neighbor had put his sprinkler on near his gate.  We’re out taking a stroll and come back to find it on.  My little guy’s expression says it all.  I covered grungeboard letters with washi tape and thought the light bulb stamp was very apt.  It’s hard to see them, but I used dimensional adhesive to make water “droplets” all over the page.  And the journaling I hid away on a card that’s paper-clipped behind the photo mat.

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An up close shot of a some water “droplets”

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Supplies include: We R Memory Keepers White Out, Creative Imaginations Water Transparency, Bella Blvd and 7Gypsies washi tape, ribbons/fibers/fabric/staples, Tim Holtz Grungeboard letters, Cosmo Cricket letter and word stickers, Lucky Me chipboard, Studio G copper glitter glue, dimensional adhesive, Studio G black pigment ink, stamps

Thanks for looking and happy scrapping!

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This book was given to me to read as a member of the She Reads Blog Network. To find out more about She Reads, what it is all about and the difference the members  are making in the world, click here: http://www.shereads.org/
Orphan TrainOrphan Train by Christina Baker Kline

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

 

 

Paperback, 288 pages
Published April 2nd 2013 by William Morrow Paperbacks
ISBN
0061950726 (ISBN13: 9780061950728)
edition language
English

Listen to Christina Baker Kline discussing Orphan Train on NPR: http://www.npr.org/2013/04/14/1769202…

The author of Bird in Hand and The Way Life Should Be delivers her most ambitious and powerful novel to date: a captivating story of two very different women who build an unexpected friendship: a 91-year-old woman with a hidden past as an orphan-train rider and the teenage girl whose own troubled adolescence leads her to seek answers to questions no one has ever…

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