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Scrapbooking Photo Booth Pictures

Scrapbooking Photo Booth Pictures
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Remember when I may have mentioned that I was head over heels in love with the photo booth at Laura’s wedding? I think I may have made half a dozen photo booth layouts already but have another to share with you today. This one is from the Garden over at Two Peas – just click to see the full page. I used the chalkboard mists from Tattered Angels and decided I like the chalkboard finish more than the regular glimmer mists — it’s a great mix of opaque colour with a superfine dusting of sparkle. I am really fond of the mist + paint splatter look – I think the combination makes it look a little more purposeful. Though my recent habit of splattering paint on many projects is making it a firm requirement to wear dark nail varnish, as I keep staining my nails with the paint!

I’m also hosting the weekly photography challenge and it’s a challenge to kick it old school – by using film! Read all about it here. The challenge ends at midnight Sunday, and one entry will be chosen for a prize so consider it your invitation to go retro!

What crafty project are you working on or just finished? Tell us about it or link us up in the comments! I’d love to see what you’re making.

xlovesx

09 November 2010



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8 Comments for Scrapbooking Photo Booth Pictures

  1. scrappysue Says:

    Love the LO Shimelle, the chalkboard spray is so cool (wonder if I can bring a suitcase of the stuff back from the UK at Christmas, LOL!). Currently working on JYC 2008 and 2009; quite bizarre I know, but its really getting me in the Christmas mood and making me look forward to JYC this year too! There’s a few peeks on my blog at: http://www.taylortattle.typepad.com

  2. Sandy Says:

    So glad I found your blog with such creative LOs !
    I just had such fun completing a set of 4 ‘Framed frames’ –
    http://angsandy.blogspot.com/2010/11/homespun-chic-framed-frames.html

  3. Gayle Says:

    Think I’m going to have to get some of those chalkboard sprays!
    This week we’re making all things blue for World Pneumonia Day on Nov 12th :) http://thescrappytree.blogspot.com

  4. Denise Says:

    That is so cute! I need to find a booth and try that some time. Or use my iSight camera.

  5. Claire Says:

    So pretty! At the moment I am working on an autumn mini album which i hope to fonish up this weekend and collecting stash for JYC 2010. So excited for December 1st!

  6. kim Says:

    Amazing! It’s a lovely LO. Check my projects at http://www.youngscrapper.blogspot.com

  7. Elizabeth Scott Says:

    Hi-I haven’t received my class registration for Xmas Journaling and wanted to verify if everything is ok ?

  8. Lisa G Says:

    Hiya! Love it – have ordered some chalkboard mists now ! What sort of punch did you use to do your polka dot scallop edge ? x

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