Tuesday, 24 May 2016

National Trust Passports - documented :)


A couple of pages to share that I made a couple of weeks ago.  The first one is from a pile of square photos I got printed at Sticky 9 which I am slowly making my way through.
 
Using my 1st Like For Ever kit I came up with this.  I enjoyed the stitching and need to some more of that.  Also used up some old brads and stars on this one.  This captures the moment Alex got her last stamp in her NT passport meaning she had visited 30 different properties!


Josh was a few stamps behind as he was a late starter lol!  But eventually on my birthday last year he visited his 30th property too.  So after I'd scrapped Alex I felt it only fair to do one for him although I had no pic of him holding his passport.  I did however have a series of photos I'd taken trying to get just one good one of the two of them (it's so hard these days!!).  I used a sketch from the Sketchy Scrappers challenge group...


And a Like For Ever kit...


And if you're not sure what the hell I'm talking about here are the passports - old and new...


And several stamps inside...


I think the next 30 are going to be more challenging to find as we have exhausted most of the ones within an hour of here and my parents!



2 comments:

Sian said...

We love a good NT property (tho we only have a handful here and have to wait for holidays to really enjoy) and I'm sorry we didn't start collecting stamps years ago. Your pages are great! Square photo get quite addicting to scrap

Susanne said...

The NT passport sounds like a wonderful adventure - yay, for you for getting both of them scrapped. Nice pages, both of them. I'll have to check out that challenge site.

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