I am working on a scrapbook for wonderful grandson. He got to go to Europe and study international business for the month of June. He is not a professional photographer and I don't know if he has really take many photographs. We bought him a very nice camera and off he went. His photographs were great and the longer he was over there the better they got. He went to Nice for a day or so and when I got to the water photographs I thought why not use the Mica that I have. Of course I had to find it first, remember it has been several years since I have even seen it and we had two moves thrown in there also.
A little digging and I did find the Mica. It was patiently waiting for me in it's little package. I separated it into a few layers and then found the stamp that really caught my eye. I then used embossing ink on the stamp, stamped the Mica and then sprinkled the embossing powder on it. You then use a heat gun, trust me it really heats up and it makes the embossing look great on whatever you use it on. I used a copper in color. Well, this led to stamping the paper I was going to use with it. Just can't stop with one little play toy you know.
|The whole finished page. The images were just to pretty to put a lot on the page. I did the whole album in black pages to bring some continuity to the albums. Yes, I said albums it did take two to capture the trip.|