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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Distress Misting Masks

Linda Ledbetter's Compendium of Curiosities Challenge 27 over at Studio L3 requires spraying and sparkle and I loved it.  I did NOT make a tag, as so many do.  No sireee, I'm doing real paper Scrapbook LO's these days and I wanted to incorporate this into a 12x12 page.  Here it is:

OK, here's the deal.
See the bus?

I found this bus at the Canadian Children's Museum in our nation's capital. 
I LOVED that museum!
And I LOVED that bus!  doesn't it look like it could just take off and fly?
Here is the place on the LO where I did the Distress Misting Mask technique:

See behind our Genteel Tour guide?
There it is.  You should get Tim Hotz's book, you know.
There are nine challenges left and
every single one
will not only expand your artful repetoire,
every single one
will make you smile.


  1. Wow!! Your layout is wonderful!! That is a fun looking bus. And what a great way to showcase this week's technique.

  2. This is totally fab, such a terrific page and layout. Masking looks great as well. A brilliant way of using the technique. Have a happy week. Annette x

  3. This is totally RAD! Yep, 80's lingo again. I'm glad to see I am not alone in the "scrapbooking with techniques" endeavor. Now, if I could just stick with it. lol!

  4. how kewl is that? a real live paper LO? wow!!! and it turned out fantastic!

  5. Wow! This is fantastic, Electra!!!! I love the bus and everything in the picture--it is awesome!!!

  6. Girlfriend, your real paper scrapbook layouts are second to none, and this is one of my favorites yet! I LOVE the bus-- wow, that must have been cool to see in person!-- and the way you worked it into this design is pretty freaking ingenious! The masking on the postcard looks fab, and the gentleman is really quite dashing@ Love, love, DOUBLE love the hot air balloons, too!

    You are just so cool.


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