This is an even numbered challenge and that means the Sponsor this time is the lovely Linda Coughlin of the Funkie Junkie and Linda is offering one lucky winner a $25 voucher to spend in her on line store.
Tim and Mario have also generously donated a large prize of Tim goodies for one person chosen by the Curiosity Crew, as their favourite.
My lovely paternal Grandparents lived their whole lives in Aberdeen, Scotland and apart from wartime they had never travelled outside of Scotland. In 1960 they won a large sum of money on the Pools, which allowed them to visit their youngest Son who lived in England (shown in the photo with is beautiful wife) and their eldest Son, my Dad who lived in Canada. I decided use my favourite photo of them on their travels.....
....to make this scrapbook page, using Tim's Distress Photo Tinting Technique. Grandad always worn a dark brown cloth cap, no matter what he wore - and yes, he always had a cigarette stuck to his bottom lip too... The stamping on the photo below says ' it's all perspective '
A close up of the tinted photo, I cannot give you details of how I achieved this, as it would not be fair on Tim.
The page relates to their trip from Scotland to Canada, you may just be able to see the map of the UK and North America.
This image shows ephemera that they might have collected along the way.
To create the page I used Kraft cardstock, burlap, lots of Tim's Ephemera, a die cut postage stamp frame coated with Clear Rock Candy Distress Paint), die cut leaves to represent early Autumn in Canada, an Idea-ology metal word frame (capture life's moments) and lots of Remnant Rubs. The map backing page is from Tim's Collage paper pad.
Thanks for looking, my apologies if I have not got round to visiting you this last week or so, I have just been a little under the weather. Take care and I hope to see you soon. Hugs, Anne xx