5 hours ago
Friday, May 18, 2012
12:00 AM Posted by Holly
This is a layout of our pictures from Battery Park, NYC. If you are not familiar with the city (I say this like I live there or something) this is the park that you walk through to get to the ferry to get to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The sculptre you see on the left side of the page is the sculptre that used to sit in front of the twin towers. After 9/11 the sculptre was relocated to Battery Park as a memorial to those who died. The picture on the bottom right of this layout is a picture of some steel pieces of the twin towers. This actually sat in front of a firefighters training facility on Long Island where a lot of the NYFD men go through training.
I used the travel paper squares that resembles a map with roads and parks all over it. I REALLY like the pad of paper I bought at Tuesday Morning that is all "city" themed paper. I can't wait to continue to use it all! Every sheet has a purpose and I know that I will use a good bit of this paper. I used white chipboard letters that I inked with a brown stamp pad. The white needed to be a muted a little bit and the brown was perfect.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and the layout! Have a great day of scrapboking and remember, it is always homemade!
Labels: Scrapbook Layout