You should be hopping here from Lindsey at LA Georgia Paperie. If you have lost your way or need to go to the beginning of the hop then you need to make your way to Dusti at Scrapping with Cricut.
Today I was planning on posting a card but unfortunately I was not feeling well yesterday and spent the day in bed so my poor card is only partly done. So instead I will let you all know about yesterday's post. Some of you picked up on it and some I wonder if you even noticed that the picture in the camera kept changing. I was drawing your attention to the leaves or the monkeys with words just to see how many would notice.
Do you all remember as kids we had those View Masters and you would buy the different discs for them? The disk was round and had a bunch of pictures running along the outside and the description under it. That page was designed to work something like that although I did not put the description on it but that could easily be done. If you look at first photo you can see the bottom of the wheel sticking out next to the talk bubble and that is where I turn the photos from one to another. Naturally you can blend it in with your background but if I did that it would be hard explaining where it was. I just turn that to go from one picture to the next.
Ingredients for yesterday's project:
Cardstock from my stash
Black Fun Foam Sheet
3D Pop Dots or the like
Shoe lace (camera strap)
Various Markers and Copics
Clip Art picture of Monkey on left
Cricut Animal Kingdom Cartridge for Monkey on right
Sheet of Acetate for easy spinning although I didn't notice a huge difference with or without
I don't know what these are called but they look like little washers you put behind your eyelets and behind the paper then you set the eyelet and this is so the eyelet don't pull out through the paper. I just call them little washers.
Tree/branch image which I used a SCAL file I have for some and drew the rest.
I was going to put up a tutorial of how to do this. So for today's comment (be a follower) I want to know if you would be interested in a tutorial for making a page where you can change the images. (I don't mean you have to do a monkey page.) A yes or no vote has no bearing on your chances to win the blog candy. All comments will be added to the previous two days comments and a winner will be drawn on Monday using Random.org.
Now off to Ruby at Handcrafted Simply by Us you go.