Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Scrappy Tuesday - When Fergus met Tim!

Hello Peeps

Time for another scrapbook layout on Tuesday and today I want to show you the other layout using some of the Echo Park papers that were in the layout I did last week.  Not all of these papers are Echo Park and some are Snippets so I can join in with the Lovely Di at the Playground - Whoopee!!  

I also used some images from my Silhouette cutter, and Monkey punched out some bunting from my Stampin' Up punch on which I used the stamps to match too!  Love that punch and stamps.  
I have used Tim Holtz stamps and Dies, as well as Martha Stewart Punches.  
A fair bit of distressing with my Distresser and some word strips cut from the paper.
Not the most flattering photo of me and my chins but Fergus enjoyed the trip, which was the Paperartsy event last year.  (I have lost at least two of those chins now!) Tim was such a good sport to have his photo with a lot of us who took part in the event, one I will never forget!!  Thanks Guys and Gals for such a fabbie day!

Don't forget to leave me a comment so I know you have been.  



Ingredients:  Paper - Echo Park, Snippets; Dies - Tim Holtz; Stamps - Stampin' Up, Tim Holtz; Punches  - Martha Stewart, Stampin' Up; Distress Inks - Tim Holtz; Twine - Papermania.  


Kate said...

Love these girly papers! Pretty. The banner is a great touch.

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

WOW - you've MET the Lord of All Things Holtziness . . . amazing! He is meant to be such a nice guy, everyone seems to love him.

Great scrapbook page. xxx

Sunshine Girl said...

Oooh I scrapped my picture with Tim from this event too! Love your layout those papers are gorgeous arent they.

Jules said...

Wow!! Fantastic photograph .. .. and what a brilliant make to bring to the snippet playground!!

You will be the envy of all our playmates this week!!

Great layout and fabulous papers and colour combo.

Love Jules xx

RosC said...

Hey Hettie. I'm really responding to your comment on my Wednesday post, thank you. The link with it took me somewhere new in Google that seems very unfriendly. I hope Google isn't going to end up like Facebook... Yuk.
Anyway, nice to connect again. Looks as though you've been busy. And these spiders are quite handsome really, rarely bit and aren't dangerous. They do look after the garden by controlling insects that eat the plants and so forth.
Catch you later.
Ros #178