Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Johnny Cash is TIMELESS


I loved him as a kid and I loved watching him from the steps of the Capitol building in D.C. on our honeymoon and yes, I was very sad when he passed.  But he will always live on, thru his music.  Music that my son got to perform with his school choir last year before Thanksgiving.  And I wasn't the only one in the audience having a great time.  For my son, the Tim Holtz Word Slide says it all...  "encourage your hopes, not your fears"



I combined a couple of challenges for this one... a Closed Facebook group called You've Been Challenged currently have Clocks & Gears (at least one of each) and another Challenge group on Facebook called Jingle Hells is doing a kinda tongue in cheek version of December Daily, crazy daily themes and Day 2 was numbers.  I also used UmWowStudio's December Sketch. And entered this into Unity's Friends with Flair.


on to my list of supplies used:
*Background Paper - DieCutWithAView Tattered Time
*Distressed Purple Paper - DieCutWithAView textures & finishes
*Black Spray Ink - Tattered Angels Chalkboard in Charcoal
*Purple Spray - Tim Holtz Color Wash in Purple Twilight
*Alpha Stickers - Making Memories tiny alphas colored with Copic Marker
*Cardstock Gears - Coredinations Kraft using Tim Holtz Alterations Steampunk
*Chipboard Gears - UmWow Studio Gear Mash
*PocketWatch Stamp - Unity Stamp Co. Day & Night
*Ink - Tim Holtz Black Soot
*Metal Clock & Small Gear on Clock - Tim Holtz idea-ology
*Metal Gear & Clock base - misc.
*Washi Tape (yellow dot & kraft music)
*Chipboard Arrow - UmWow Studio Layered Arrows partially colored with Copic Marker
*Tim Holtz word slide tied to page using Leather Jewelry rope
*Black Cardstock for TIMELESS - CloseToMyHeart cut on Cricut using Plantin SchoolBook on the Tall Ball Setting (which I then stretched to be twice as tall with the same width) with a single line drawn along each letter using Sakura GellyRoll in StarDust Pen

14 comments:

  1. I love all the gears and clock parts on this page - can't stop looking at it!

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  2. Love all of the layers of dimension! Scrapping Everyday Miracles is having a challenge, and we'd love for you to enter! http://scrappingeverydaymiracles.blogspot.com/2013/12/christmas-theme-challenge.html

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  3. Superb and so meaningful, johnny cash was one of my dad's favourites I'll always remember with a smile him singing and playing his records, bless them both up in heaven

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    1. my Dad is the one who got me to listen to him originally as well. Then Mr. Cash just kinda stuck. my husband & I were pleasantly surprised that 4th of July when we got to see him perform in DC. Great memories for us both!

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  4. Gorgeous! Love the steam punk look

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  5. Very COOL vintage design. And what a great theme.

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  6. This is fabulous - I love all the steampunky stuff and the photo...

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  7. Wow! this is fantastic! I love how you combined all the different elements!

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  8. What a great layout--very cool approach :)

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  9. That is an awesome layout! I love all of the gears with the musical theme!

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  10. Your layout is awesome! Love all the little details! :) Great take on the UWS sketch, too!

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  11. This is a great layout! Wonderful colors!

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