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Golf

February 19, 2022

Today’s page shows off a couple of photos that Ron took when he and Ethan visited my Dad at the Retirement Village and had a game of golf. I am not sure what Ethan enjoyed more, playing golf or driving the buggy! I attached a piece of Garden Green card to the centre of Crumb Cake 12″ x 12″ card. I embossed a narrow strip of Basic White card using the Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder and attached it across the lower part of the page. I attached each of the photos to Basic Black card before attaching them to the page. I stamped the image from the Clubhouse stamp set (retired) onto Basic White card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.

I masked the image with a post-it-note mask and used a Blending Brush to add Garden Green ink across the bottom of the panel and Balmy Blue ink across the top of the panel. I removed the mask and stamped the grass image from the On The Horizon stamp set across the bottom section of the panel using Garden Green ink. I stamped the bird image from the On The Horizon stamp set across the top of the panel using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I coloured the stamped image using Ivory, Dark Smoky Slate, Dark Balmy Blue and Dark Basic Black Stampin’ Blends. The stamped panel is attached to Basic Black card before it was attached to the page. I cut the title from Basic Black card using the Playful Alphabet Dies. I printed the journaling onto Basic White card which I attached to Basic Black card before attaching to the page. Simple but I love it. Who knows how many more opportunities there will be for them to play together.

Bye for now,

Kris

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