Here's the Case File. CSI is teaming up with Tell Us Story sketch challenge this month, so we've got an awesome sketch to work with. The circle in the sketch is why I chose the globe. I went a little off the sketch, so I created a second layout that more closely follows the sketch, which I'll share in another blog post.
And here are the clues. From the Evidence, I used plain white background (the bottom layer), woodgrain, cameras, stamps, plane, bird, globe, labels, pie charts (sort of--it inspired my choice of those black and white circles, which I cut out of a patterned paper), filmstrips, typewriter letters, sunburst. From the Testimony, I used the inspiration word "adventure." I also used the colors, substituting the gray for black.
The plane is a sticker from an Echo Park travel collection, and I cut those clouds out of an old Love, Elsie fabric paper. I love combining old stuff with my newer stash.
The cameras are fussy cut from a Dear Lizzy Saturday paper, and I popped some brads in the center for dimension. The flair badges on my page are from A Flair for Buttons. The circles were cut from an Amy Tangerine Sketchbook paper.
That chipboard "Adventure" is from Crate Paper's Poolside collection. And of course the little wood veneer bird is a Tweet from Studio Calico. I have a lifetime supply of them, LOL!
I hope you'll come play with us at both CSI and Paper Issues. Go check out all the awesome free cut files so you can play in the Free File Free-for-All challenge. Post your creation in the facebook group for a chance to win a gift certificate to the store. Please use my code, Debbi (no e on the end), and you'll get 20% off your entire order at the Paper Issues store.
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