American Crafts - Driver's Ed
The subjects in this layout are my granddaughter Madison, my grandson Matthew, and her grandpa's dog "Bowser". Bowser loves to ride in this little car, so when Madison jumped in he did too.
1st Page Journaling reads:
Bowser takes his teaching job very seriously, he's seen Madison drive before. Lebanon, PA 2007
2nd page journaling reads:
Bowser was so funny while waiting to go for a ride. He almost said "Okay, first you look left, then right!" Matthew was his next student. Bowser said: "Here we go again".
The supplies on this layout include:
American Crafts - Play 34167
American Crafts - Play 34163
Journal Block - Bella Tokens Boy
Twine - Unknown
Dog paw print paper - unknown (it came in a pack I think I purchased at Wal-Mart, sorry.)
Wooden dog - Provo Craft 13-5641-SSLYRD PNTD DOG (This dog was painted this way when I purchased it, and I didn't know my daughter had taken these photos it was a great coincidence. )
DCWV- Red, beige, white and brown cardstock
Border strip - K & Co.
Eyelet Outlet - Car Brads, Bone, Primitive hearts, regular brads
Therm O Web -Zots - 17180
Cricut Expression Die Cutting Machine
Cricut Locker Talk Cartridge -
29-0976 Title: "Driver's ed" cut at 4 1/4 inches on Driver's license Phrase Layer With Shift.
Key - was also cut on 4 1/2 inch
Ink Pad - Tim Holtz - Vintage Photo - TIM 19527
Photo was printed on a Kodak Picture Maker
Photo was edited using Picasa editing program
Fiskers Paper trimmer
Pilot Neo Gel Pen #7
Arrow punch - Paper Studios
Flower Punch - All Night Media