Here's the Case File. Clues I used: Evidence - polka dots, text print, animals, leaves, twine, banner, google eyes, book plate, enamel dots; Testimony - Tuck your story behind something.
Tracee and I both used the same photo and also the same sketch. We were trying to take a picture with this giant dinosaur behind us using my selfie stick, and as you can see, I wasn't quite successful. This picture CRACKS me up the way Tracee is standing there all posed and there I am struggling with that dang selfie stick! My journaling on the tag reads. Yes, it's definitely an epic selfie fail. But I blame Tracee. She was in charge of the remote control.
Here's the sketch we used from Paper Issues:
The Epic Fail is a free cut file from Paper Issues. I thought it would be fun to add googly eyes to the letters. The "Selfie" and frame chipboard pieces are by 2Crafty. The camera was cut from a paper by Amy Tan, I believe, and the banner is a stamp by My Mind's Eye (Cut & Paste). I have to say, I made myself laugh with the phrase stickers I found for this layout.
How fun that I was able to find that "nice Try sticker in my stash! Ha-ha! I was happy to dust off a book plate for this layout. I've got so many--I had to buy them in every color imaginable back when they were trendy. The puffy sticker camera is from Shimelle's Little by Little collection, and how fun that I could cut that little monster off of the Night Light Louie brand strip. The label is by Fontwerks.
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