Hello again. I'm back with some scrapbooking elements that I've made for my daughter to use in scrapbooking of her recent trip to Turkey. I used World Travel from SVG Cutting Files for the girl, her extra suitcase and the plane. They were incredibly fun to work with, using lots of scrap papers. I cut no new paper in this process. I was surprised at how easily these cut on my Cameo and how easily I was able to assemble them, considering that the girl is about 4 inches tall, meaning that there were lots of little pieces. Thank goodness for zipper baggies! Oh, these are not mounted on the blue paper, only laying on it for photographing. They will be mailed to her in those zipper baggies...
For the cat, cup, and both mosques, I found free images online and traced them, then filled with patterns on my Cameo. Boy, the more I do, the more I love that machine. I'm so thankful for all the great tutorials posted online to show how to do things. It really is awesome. A little inking on the edges and I was done.
Well, this has been a crazy summer. We leave tomorrow for a long weekend in Glacier Park, our third so far. We have sold our 25-year old camper and will pick up the new(er) fifth wheel camper tomorrow. I am very excited! At the same time, I really miss the time to craft. I'll take some printed digis to color and cut so that I don't have too much withdrawal. This camper has enough room to take more than that and my plan is to take the Cameo and enough paper to play with when we are going for longer times, i.e., after retirement in a couple of years. Hurray!
Hope you're enjoying your summer. Our heat wave is finally over, but I see that it has moved east from here. Hope it isn't too awful wherever you are.
SisQ SueChallenges Entered:
Make It Monday #149
Through the Craft Room Door