Its probably safe to say I strayed a whole lot on this one, firstly I twisted the sketch and after that it got lost in translation. Ooops!!! I have a few of these portrait shots of my nephew and after doing my last grungy boy page and thought I would do another one. I used papers from Kaiser Craft, did loads of tearing and distressing, added some machine stitching and punched corners and finished of with some coloured textured paste and masking.
I had a piece of Dusty Attic left over from another project that I thought worked in beautifully with the whole grunge theme and the alpha letters I embossed with Rangers White Puff and inked with black.
I also found an old Karen Fosters rubon with boys sayings and randomly rubbed these onto the page finishing with a spritz of Perfect Pearls "Blue Patina".
Products Used: Kaiser Papers "On The Move"& Ättitude", Dusty Attic "Cottage Window" & "Typewriter Font", Ranger Perfect Pearls & Embossing Puffs, Prima Chipboard, Maya Roads Pin, Textured Paste, The Crafters Work Shop Masks, Karen Foster Rubons, Tim Holtz Film Strip, Inks and Hessian.
I hope everyone is have a wonderful weekend, its definitely been a warm one here in Sunny QLD with a side of smoke, unfortunately some people don't understand that when its been quite dry dropping a cigarette can start a fire and when you live on acreage its a little worrying, looks like the Fire Brigade has it under control and hopefully the winds will not pick up. Otherwise POOF. I'm sure a fire would love my scrapping supplies.
As always thank you to those who have stopped by and left me their lovely and encouraging words, until next time.