Tuesday, February 19, 2013

The Scrapbook Store | Trains...

Oh My!!  If you have little (or even big) boys who are crazy for outdoor activities, then I highly recommend the new Echo Park - Scoot collection!  This is exactly what I got in my DT kit from The Scrapbook Store!  And I am loving it!!

Last year, we visited the Qld Workshop Rail Museum.  It was pure heaven for my boys.  Even my daughter enjoyed herself!  :)  This paper collection has really allowed me to showcase the museum without the page becoming too theme-y.. IYKWIM!  *grin*
 
 
"All for the love of Trains"

products used: cs - Kaisercraft; pp - Echo Park, Scoot; alpha - American Crafts thickers (grey), Kaisercraft tiny alphas; other - Echo Park: elements stickers; skewer, ScrapFX chipboard (train), black paint; tools - silhouette, foam tape, black pen (sharpie).



The little chipboard train from ScrapFX was painted black and mounted on a skewer with some banner flags.  It also helps connect the top photo with the rest of the cluster.  The title is an eclectic mix of alphas, much like the layering of patterned papers. 

 
I've still got a few more LOs to come using these bright and energetic patterned papers!  If you would like to get your hands on some, please visit Suzanne's shop, The Scrapbook Store, to make a purchase..x

Thanks for visiting..x
 
 

7 comments:

Lizzy Hill said...

My boys ADORED Thomas...& little Lucas, at 9 months LOVEs his Thomas toy - soo nice to see it go to the next generation.....this is a GREAT LO....love your journaling & all the sentiments on it:):)

Lizzyc said...

Wonderful memories scrapped beautifully!

Chantalle said...

SO cute! Josh would've loved this when he was younger!

Sandie Edwards said...

This would have been a brilliant day, and Thomas .. oh my, Jesse would love it. Brilliant LO Leanne, I see a Silhouette 'love' ... and I love the train title.

Juliana said...

This is just adorable!

Kerryn said...

I don't reckon you can go wrong with kids and trains. Fabulous page Leanne :).

Patrick Douglas said...

Great post i like ...
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