If there are any two people in the world that are always just who they are, it's my husband and his twin brother. This morning, my brother in-law was admitted to the ICU for bleeding on his brain.
My husband, of course, is there, but while I've been waiting to hear news I busied myself by making this layout of the two of them.
I've used only a 2-1/2" strip of For Always chevron paper, otherwise this layout is black and white daisy cardstock. I re-inked my black ink pad to get the richest color possible from my dye ink. I've used several stamp sets - All the Details, Sightseer, Washi Wonder, Family Love, and Wheel of Life. That big spinner works perfectly on this page. I used my Artbooking cartridge to make the Polaroid frame and "be yourself." The gathered ribbon is ruby chevron with some black twine, and I finished it all off with some discontinued brads from my stash. My inspiration for this layout came from Sketch #105 at Sketch Savvy.
Scrapbooking is therapeutic. Paper and stamps are the first place I go when I am praying about something. I am very certain that there are a lot of you who can relate.
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