Pilot @ LGW and Ivor The Engine

I am really enjoying the first of Harry's trip LO's, it brings back such fab memories!
I think I may make a start on my fourth LO this afternoon as Harry has gone off with Grandad for a boys day out to Bressingham Steam Museum for an Ivor The Engine day - wow do you remember Ivor? Harry had never heard of him so I had to show some pictures on the www :lol:

I used the June Create & Exclusive Stamp for the LO below...

Harry was really excited to be invited to meet the pilot of our outbound plane from LGW and loved asking lots of questions about all the controls, buttons and instruments in the cockpit of this Boeing 747. The pilot and co pilot had lots of time for Harry and patiently answered all of his questions, even the ones about the ash cloud!

June's Stamp is ideal for creating frames to house smaller photos and teamed with the American Craft Purple Zing makes for vibrant and interesting focal points that frame photos a treat.

Each frame is created by stamping with Versamark (a clear embossing pad) and then covering the area with the Zing before applying heat to set the powder. Once the stamping and embossing is complete simply cut the oval 'journal' centre away and discard and trim around the outter edge to create a rectangle.

Mounting each frame on 3D foam pads onto the photo and then again onto the mount of pattern paper really does make each frame a strong focal point of the page.



  1. I am really loving the June kit and love the latest LO of yours!

  2. I didn't remember Ivor, but James has got the DVD and they are brill. Loving your layouts.


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