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Jun 28

#Scrapbook #Saturday A True Legend

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Scrapbooking is a passion of mine so every Saturday I share a new page I’ve done. Here are some pages I’ve previously shared: 

Monkey Love

Chalk Talk

Mythbusters

Give Me A Kiss

High School Musical 

Pluto 

Rock On 

Rainforest Cafe 

Sweet 16

Taste of Summer

Volcano

Here is this weeks page:

A True Legend

 

A True Legend

PP: Joanne 
CS: Stampin up 
Font: Knight Rider 
CM Pastel Blue pen 
Mulberry paper green and blue 
French blue cats eye chalk 

Journaling: 
For Father’s Day we all went to Station Square with dad for a car cruise. They had the K.I.T.T. car from Knight Rider there. Of course dad was excited to see it. Knight Rider was a popular TV Show in the 80s. It was about a crime fighter with a talking car. The show ran from Sept. 26, 1982 until August 8, 1986. 
6-15-08 

Under David Hasselhoff picture: 
David Hasselhoff original star of Knight Rider with K.I.T.T. 

I like to scrapbook anything that my family does that is special or unique. How often do you get to see the original K.I.T.T. car? My dad is a major car fanatic. He was so excited to see the car in person. To make the pictures stand out I use Mulberry paper. 

Mulberry paper is a form of handmade paper. Mulberry paper is made from the mulberry tree and it has long fibers which helps to give the paper its distinctive finish. These fibers also give mulberry paper a fine wispy edge when it is torn and this makes a very attractive finish. Mulberry paper is typically textured and is available in a variety of weights. Because mulberry paper is handmade, no two pieces are ever quite the same. (source: http://rubberstamping.about.com/od/supplies/p/Mulberry_Paper.htm)

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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