…seeing the colors of the rainbow!

…hello everyone!  I’m sorry I’ve been gone, but I have been a little busy.  Here’s a layout featuring one of my favorite subjects: my little guy.  He loves music and I was playing with the quick shutter release button on the camera (to take several photos in quick succession) and managed to get some great shots of him dancing:

Dancing a Jig


I used think I only used a couple of “new” supplies, most of it is from my stash and is at least 2-3 years old.  Background papers include We R Memory Keepers White Out (I grabbed a TON of it since it was on clearance at the time) and DCWV Rock Star (this pack is at least 3+ years old).  The words “FUN” and “PLAY” are from an old sheet of word collage patterned paper.  The purple jack die-cut is from a K & Co. vintage die-cut ephemera collection.  I’ve had all the letter stickers, as well as the telephone die-cut sticker from supplies I bought a few years ago, and the chipboard sticker “IMAGINATION” I’ve been hanging onto for a long time.  I’m really glad I found a home for it.




Supplies include: We R memory Keepers White Out, DCWV Rock Star, Amy Tangerine Sketchbook patterned paper; Scrap Within Reach – Urban Garden alphas, My Little Shoebox – mini yellow alphas, Doodlebug Designs – Jack and Jill alphas; Hambly Studios clear border stickers, Lucky You clear sticker, K&Co. Daydreams adhesive chipboard, Tim Holtz Paint Dabber Teal and Lost and Found clear stamp (film strip), black acrylic paint, Tattered Angels black mist, Inkadinkado clear stamp (circles), BoBunny Mamarazzi clear stamp, black pigment stamp ink, Zig Calligraphy Orchid, white gesso, baker’s twine, yellow paint mist, felt music notes adhesive border

I’m entering into Punky Scraps May Challenge – Rainbow and Use it Tuesday – Masculine.

Happy scrapping!


6 thoughts on “…seeing the colors of the rainbow!

  1. Love this! This hit close to home for me because my daughter (not quite 1 1/2) loves to dance too and it is VERY hard to catch her sometimes! It’s so fascinating to watch them develop their “moves”. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Use It Tuesday!! – DT Heather

    • You are very welcome! I had to download the manual and read it to figure out the mode. It’s called “Burst” and mine takes 3 photos in quick succession. I got so fed up with trying to capture him doing all these things so fast, so now I have that to help me. Your daughter is adorable, btw!

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