I stamped my typewriter on a piece of white card stock and colored it with Copics. Then I distressed the typewriter's paper with some antique linen to go along with the background I created. I then stamped the typewriter on the card base, cut out my colored type writer and adhered it over with foam adhesive. As for those extra "off the edge" typewriter keys, I just like to leave them flat on the card base. I saw some of the DT members use glossy accents or gems on the keys to pop them up. That looks really cool also!
Okay, so I had to include this totally dorky picture. I just bought the Totally Rad Actions by the Boutwells. They are a blast. I haven't had much time to actually learn to use them, but I had fun making my photo look all old timey. Hehe!
Here is another photo I did. I am obviously no expert, but I thought it was fun!
Totally Rad picture of Mike and me:
Before (and not Totally Rad) picture of Mike and me:
I keep getting the itch to try scrapbooking. Will having these actions push me even more?
Card stock: Neenah Paper Environment (desert storm), Neenah Paper Classic Crest (solar white)Stamps: Lawn Fawn (Just My Type), Papertrey Ink (background basics: text style)Ink: Memento (tuxedo black), Distress (vintage photo, antique linen)Etc: Copics, Ranger ink applicator tool and foam, Corner Chomper
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