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Project - CSI case file #37
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Project - CSI case file #37
by Anna-Karin
posted 09/15/12 at 05:40 AM
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Stamping

Here's my layout for this week's CSI challenge (you can find it here: http://csicolorstoriesinspiration.ning.com/forum/topics/case-file-no-37-case-closes-on-september-23-2012 [csicolorstoriesinspiration.ning.com] )
.This week, partly inspired by the daydreaming theme, I did a layout about my son's present fears. From the evidence items I used: dots and stripes, buttons, labels. I was going to write my whole journaling on the page and scatter it around, but as usual, I wrote too much so I placed it on a page tucked behind the layout. A few journaling words were written on stamped labels and scattered around the page. The page is also inspired by the testimony word of ‘daydreaming’.


I had to add a few spots of yellow, because his main fear (and the title of the layout) is ‘yellow eyes’, a lion hiding in a cave in a children's rhyme. I also hid a not very scary looking lion among the houses.

Another fear is a witch from an old children's programme, which he is not watching anymore, so that he will hopefully forget about it, but he still speaks about this witch often and calls it ‘ugly’. Not great when he saw someone with a triangular looking hat in the shop and shouted ‘ugly’ ‘ugly’… The silhouette and frame stamp comes from one of the new Tim Holtz Stamper's Anonymous sets Artful Silhouettes. I stamped the silhouette with Archival Ink on Specialty Stamping paper and cut it out. The hat was traced on black modeling film, cut out, heated and shaped a bit .The frame was heat embossed on Specialty Stamping paper (first die cut using the Mini Baroque die), using Cement powder. Then I inked with Black Soot around the edges.

Spiders are scary too, and the definition of ‘spider’ is at the bottom of the strip of dictionary paper. TFL!

Blogpost with close-ups:http://layersofink.blogspot.com/2012/09/csi-case-file-37.html [layersofink.blogspot.com]

Supplies:
Dies: Sizzix: Townscape On the Edge, Mini Baroque Movers & Shapers
Stamps: Stamper's Anonymous Tim Holtz: Artful Silhouettes, Mini Blueprints; Hero Arts: Large Canvas Stripes S5433, Monster Fun CL391; Studio Calico label stamps
Ink: Distress Ink: Black Soot, Salty Ocean, Mustard Seed, Pumice Stone; Archival Jet Black
Embossing powder: Ranger cement
Mist: Dylusions London Blue
Paint: Adirondack Silver, Pitch Black
Stencil: Dylusions Checkered Dots
Surfaces: Sizzix mat board, Ranger Specialty Stamping Paper; BasicGrey Basics patterned paper; Core'dinations dot paper; old dictionary paper; Stamper's Anonymous black modeling film;
Other: punchinella, buttons




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