Came across this photo of my sister dearest. Felt like scrapping it.
Something about the style of this layout makes me think of Kine.
Poor littlesis. When we were young, the Internet was just about to hit the population – but not quite yet. It still belonged to nerdy college&university people – and nerdy little girls like me sitting on 2400baud modems (well, I started out with one, spent a chunk of my spare money buying better and better modems :p) waiting for the clock to turn 5pm so I could connect to the net (using the phone after 5pm was cheaper). I loved to play games on the PC too (Especially HOMM and similar games in the very beginning). My sister did not approve. At. All. And used to get upset with me for spending time in front of the PC, declaring the Internet and PC to be something stupid & useless and something she’d never ever understand nor use herself. Right.
The paper are a Mix of Pink Paislee, Crate Paper, Prima and 3ndypapir. The latter is actualy a keyboard-paper, but the keyboards are hidden by the embellishments :/ And hey, I spot a Love, Elsie epoxy sticker as well as Hambly screenprint rubons =) Unfortunately I lost one of the letters w/extra glue on it glueside on the photo - after everything else was added/stuck to the photo ofc, making it difficult for me to replace the photo. Hence adding rub-ons and stuff to the photo itself to try minimize the damage.
Love these large chipboard letters from Prima…
More Love, Elsie (fabric sheet – cut it into a fabric strip here) and Hambly chandelier-stickers.
The whole layout turned a bit too heavy to the right when I was done, so I added these two paperstrips to the left side to try amend that. Helped a lot on the balance.