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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

What are Little Boys made of? What ARE little boys made of?

Continuing the LeighSB Designs My Dark Valentine hop...
Let's take a peek into Cupid's Pantry:

Sizzix diecut apothecary bottles cut from beer boxes.  Amazingly, on one of them the picture of a bottle cap is in exactly the right place.  They're a lovely strong cardboard without being too thick for a journal page.
All stamps are from Lost Coast Designs, though you may not recognise some of them - heads cut off,  upside down... look for Norma, Stella and Adrien in the Mini flying ladies set.  The Doll border stamp made many a snail, and random background "texture".  I have found many different ways to use the Steampunk Profile face, from their sister-company, Carmens Veranda.

The whole Journal page, with hint of another page slowly evolving:

Also entered in the Lost Coast Designs Boys Boys Boys challenge.


7 comments:

  1. What a fabulous page! Such creative use of the cool stamps. Love it! xxD

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  2. WOW! Better brush up on my anatomy lol I got it totally wrong :D Fabulous page XXX

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    1. Didn't you know a brain-pantry is made of cogs & dials?

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  3. This is fab, thank you so much for sharing with us at Lost Coast Designs and have a fun week, Sue xx

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  4. Oh my, what a pantry that is, well no surprise, we are talking about boys after all bwahahaha!

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  5. Fabulous journal page! Love the colours you have used.

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  6. Amazing journal page - very clever x

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