It's Sunday, and I'm back with another "groovy" page using June's Oh Snap! kit. All that colorful goodness was the perfect compliment for the hippie look we sported on Mardi Gras Day two years ago. We had six families dressing up for the occasion. All of the girls wore tie-dye looking shirts of pink, lime green, yellow, blue, and purple and we bought an extra shirt and tore it into strips for the guys' headbands. Cool dudes and groovy gals we were!
Inspired by the quintessential 70's bead curtain, I created a paper chain to embellish the left hand side of the page. It was a great use for all those leftover bit and pieces of patterned paper. And I could make use of both the fronts AND the backs of my favorite designs.
A little snippet of banner was hung beneath my photo. Again, I simply rubbed on a little distress ink with my fingertip and the resist portion of the paper remained white, revealing the design. So cool!
Do you remember the last Mardi Gras photo that I scrapped? It's hard to believe that I used the same kit, with the two very different looks achieved. Gotta love the versatility of these papers!