In the just released Summer issue of Scrapbooks Etc. they featured an altered album that I made commemorating our last family trip which was to Norway. The photography and layout of the album in the magazine was so fabulous! SBE really does a great job and I love working with them.
Here are a few photos of that album. I have to give a lot of credit to the companies whose products I used because when I'm using products that inspire me and that I love...well, the outcome is always good.
The album, most of the pages and many of the stickers, tabs, rubbings, stamps and tags came from 7 Gypsies. I used items from the Lille and Camden lines as well as other lines. I also used their hand punch to add pages into the album.
Basic Grey supplied most of the letter stickers, as well as tags, tabs, labels and stamps. Most of those are from their Basics collection. I used almost an entire package of Basics Pieces and sheet of Basics trims and label stickers.
The embossed metal, metal tools and molds came from Ten Seconds Studio. If you have not watched their tutorials, you should. They are hilarious as well as very informative. The metal page I made for them is not in the photos below but there is a full page picture of it in the Scrapbooks, Etc. issue.
Gotta love Tim Holtz, especially when you are dong anything vintage! I used several of his embossing folders and die cuts from Sizzix as well as Ranger inks and some of his stamps.
On the cover and elsewhere in the book I used some pieces from Susan Lennar-Kasmer's Industrial Chic jewelry line which is at Michaels exclusively.
Themo-web - what would I do without their fabulous adhesives!
The larger letter stamps (and some of the small ones) that I used in this book are no longer available. They are from post modern and 7 gypsies.