DT-Work: The Many Faces of Israel *Tattered Angels*

I loved my trip to Israel in May – it was such an amazing experience. So – it was about time to create a layout about this.

Meine Reise nach Israel im Mai war total genial – eine beeindruckende Erfahrung. Also – Zeit mal ein Layout darüber zu kreieren.

*The Many Faces of Israel*

Journaling: What a journey! Israel – fascinating, modern Tel Aviv with Graffiti. Ancient and full of history. Street signs in 3 languages, religious places, a diverse society – welcoming and friendly people. Jerusalem – magic and complicated. The countryside beautiful – Palm trees – The Sea. There is no black or white – right or wrong when it comes to Israel! Complicated, fascinating, emotional.

Supplies: Prism Cardstock, Tattered Angels Tattered Textures Stamps, Ranger Archival Ink, Stampers Anonymous Star Stamp, Stampin’ Up Star Stamp, Claudine Hellmuth White Acrylic Studio Paint, Tattered Angels Framed Fonts, Sultane eMOTions Letter Stamps by Nathalie Kalbach, Prima Paper, Hambly Screen Prints Journaling Overlays, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES by 3L Crafty Power Tape and 3D Foam Squares, Tattered Angels Glimmer MIst

I used the Tattered Angels Tattered Textures Stamps and stamped a white piece of Cardstock with Archival Ink. In total I used 3 different stamps to go with my theme of the complexity of the country I had just visited. I colored the background then with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist- also three different colors. On top of the background I used two different sized Star Rubber Stamps and used them with white acrylic paint. I did this to lighten up the background a bit and repeat the white frames and white Overlays by Hambly. I stamped the title too and mounted some of the letters on 3D Foampads.

Have a gorgeous day!

Euch einen tollen Tag!

Comments

  1. love all th frames!! what a great idea!!! 😀

  2. Ich liebe den gestempelten Hintergrund!!! Den muss ich mal gnadenlos liften wenn ich darf 😉

  3. I love how you framed the different pictures. Gorgeous layout

  4. i love it!

  5. Sue Clarke says:

    I especially like how the frames “say” travel and the background texture “says” ancient!

  6. the texture of the background is amazing! i love how you used many small photos for this LO!

  7. great work!! I like the way you made this layout!
    Evelien

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