I love this, Jill. My kids would go crazy at this exhibit - we are Mythbusters junkies at our house! :D
Love the use of the washi tape here...and the negative cut title. Couldn't be a better way to fit a title with all those photos!
What a cool layout! Great way to use lots of photos!
Project - Caution--Science in Progress
by Jill Sprott
In the course of planning her trip to Chicago this summer, my daughter learned that there would be a Mythbusters exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry during the time that she was in town, and kept her fingers crossed that this would be one of the stops on the group tour. When she saw the museum on her itinerary, she was so excited. The visit was definitely one of the highlights of her trip, and she did her scrapbooking mama proud by snapping lots of photos. Facing the photos, however, I was a little daunted. There were so many of them, and I wasn't quite sure where to begin.
THEN I saw the new Prima Craftsman line, and realized that it would be perfect for this layout. I used the B-side of the Craftsman “Tool of the Trade” patterned paper as the foundation for this layout, and then went with a grid approach, using a bunch of 2“ x 3” photos, backed by more industrial-themed patterns. I layered Freckled Fawn tapes over the photos. The Math Notes tape is somewhat translucent, and I love the look of it! The tapes lend a mad scientist/duct tape feel to the layout, and their mathematical ramblings remind me of the blueprints often seen on Mythbusters.
Thanks for looking!
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