Friday, April 26, 2013

Random Layout - CSI #68

Here's my take for CSI case#68. A photo of #1 which I have always loved, this was taken when he's not even one year old! Now he's already almost 6! He's growing up too fast, like a fast train!!!

Evidences are as follows : clouds, circles, polka, stripes, small brads, stitching (faux on the cloud) with pen work. My testimony choices are choose a prompt from here that contains either a 3 or a 5 in the number & Inspiration Words:  wise, whimsy, up--use these as inspiration for your journaling, not just as a title. My journal derives from prompt 35 - a book that you feel should be required reading for everyone? Write an essay persuading your audience to read this book. "The little prince had very different ideas about serious things from those of the grown-ups" & "Only children know what they are looking for". The little man silhouette is his inner voice. Representation by the train on the washi with nuts and bolts prob mean he's driving me nuts and up the walls for the time being, until one day I learn understand him better. I journalled a little, not an essay. Nonetheless that should mean a whole lot. 

Noteables : OA Boarding Pass Hong Kong 12x12 /ephemeras/stickers, 7Gypsies/MME Stella Rose patterned papers, Fiskars cloud punch, MT washi tapes, Prima vintage trinkets brads, Uniball Signo Medium Silver pen, Inspired by Let's Scrap card sketch 5-2-11

Also linking up : 
The Memory Nest Whimsical Wednesday 3


  1. Michelle. This layout is adorable. Would love for you to share it on our Whimsical Wednesday Layout and card link up.

  2. Hi Michelle! your boy is so cute! and i love all the "boy" elements u used in this layout :)) thanks btw for joining the blog hop.. join us next time!!! :) happy weekend to you and ur fam :)

  3. Another stunning the paper...adore that you fussy-cut that gorgeous baby...the eye jumps right to him, even with all those fabulous yummies everywhere. -I particularly like the ticket that says: "Shawn #1" clever. And the stripes in the background against the stripes in #1's pants looks so great together...such a cool contrast!