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Junk Journal July 2024

This is the start of my Junk Journal July 2024. I have made a concertina journal out of various scraps - mainly different shopping bags and ...

Tuesday 8 September 2020

Through the beach house window...

 


With these days of lockdown, I keep trying to think of different projects each day...

 (Unfortunately, it doesn't look as though it will be easing any time soon.)

Today I decided to make some ATCs. In fact, I made a set of 5 - each with the same Little Claire image, coloured with Copics, trimmed and attached to a beige background.
 I added black soot Distress Ink around the edges.


Of course that wasn't the end to them - I opened the shutters to show a little scene behind - again Little Claire stamps, coloured with a variety of pens.





I thought my room looked as though it was in a beach house
 so I like the Summery scenes the best.
I will link the next one to Crafting Happiness Challenges #65


I just noticed that Double Trouble Paper Crafting Challenge #66 is to Make a Scene.
 I thought any of these might be appropriate but then I looked out into our back yard and saw...


I decided to make one more ATC:


"Make a Scene" 


Thing 1: Trouble Maker 
says, "Use anything from your stash to create a scene. 





Thing 3: Twisted Sister 
The scene includes a mode of transportation - I have a boat.













Thing 2: Double Dare 
"If you have created a scene and have met the requirement "Around the World" (family memories, travel, heritage, bucket list... anything showing/documenting a place) then link your project HERE at The Paper Girls Challenge #207 and receive an additional chance at the Double Trouble Random Draw."  

I will link here too...









Happy Crafting!














6 comments:

  1. These are just wonderful! And what a beautiful scene you look out on. I'm just a wee bit jealous.

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  2. Very cool, love your assortment of your window scene and then to open it up to all your variable scenes are so adorable. And love the way your brought in your mode of transportation too...very creative. Thanks for joining us at Double Trouble and The Paper Girls.

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  3. Susan, love your window shutter cards! What a clever idea to incorporate the view from your own window! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us at Double Trouble!!! -Donna

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  4. Oh wow! These window scenes are absolutely awesome! I love what you did with each one. All the effort looks totally worth it. Thank you for joining us at Double Trouble! :)

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  5. I love the different scenes out of the windows. So cute! Thank you for sharing your craftiness at Crafting Happiness Challenges.
    :) Janis, Owner & Design Team Member

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  6. Fabulous, Susan! You are so clever with your designs. I love everything about each one. Truly outstanding with great colors, too. Thank you for joining us at Double Trouble #66.

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