Sunday

Mix It Up with Scrapping The Music


I've combined Mixer #11 at Mix It Up with this week's Scrapping The Music challenge. The mixers are to scrap about inanimate objects and have a title of at least 6 words while the song at Scrapping The Music is "We will rock you".

This layout is about the RED TRAIN I bought for my nephews when I was in Thailand in 2007. By the looks of it, it is pretty ordinary. It doesn't run on batteries. It doesn't boast of the bells and whistles of modern (read: technologically advanced) toys. Yet, this little train has amazing appeal for the kids and have provided countless hours of self-entertainment. Sure, they have been distracted by newer toys but they never tire of this little red train. So, this little red train really rocks. I had to give it its own speech bubble...painted it white and stitched around it...



I also used some stash from Tinkering Ink (the felt tag and rubons) which really matched the Basic Grey Paper....Mixed chipboard and some stickers for the title.





Supplies

Patterned paper: Basic Grey, Sassafras
Bazzill cardstock
Chipboard: American Crafts
Stickers: American Crafts, Toga, Adorn It
Felt tag and rubons: Tinkering Ink
Others: white paint, orange thread, transparency (journaling block) Pin It

6 comments:

Mary said...

How fun! Thanks for playing along with us at Scrapping the Music!!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeeeeee this!! LOVE how U did the title in the "smoke" of the train...and loving the colors!!! Thanks soooooooooooooooooooo MUCH for playing along with us! :):):):):):):):):):):):)

Donna said...

Great layout!! love the texured letters and you combined the challenges very well!

mandysea said...

Cool!! Love the alpha!!!
Colours are fabulous
thanks for playing along with us at stm

Kristii said...

What a fun layout!!! Love how you layered the alphas!! Awesome!! Thanks for joining in the fun at STM!!

creativitae said...

love that paper!

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