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iPhone generation in a retro mood

Hello, dear Wow friends! Irit is here again with my new scrapbooking page.
Sometimes a picture  says everything and all the page is just a scene around a  photo. This is exactly what happened with this lo: my daughters photo in the old London phone box was just a reminder about their addiction to the iPhones and all other techno gadgets.

So I used a retro papers from Cosmo Cricket, all heat embossed around with a Wow Ebony, Suzy West Cable Car Red and Suzy West  Cotton Candy embossing powders.

Then all 3 phones  from Call me stamp set were stamped, cut and heat embossed as my embellishments, again with Ebony and Cable Car Red.

I inked the  chipboard frame and the  chipboard title (A2Z Scraplets) with Frosty White Cleasnap ink and then heat en\mbossed 3 layers with Bright White Wow powder.

And I made this big title as it says it all:
iPhone Generation Retro Mood.
I decided to add some handmade embellishments from Handmade Halo shop- the glass rose pebble and the vintage cameo were just perfect to substitute the letter "O". Some more ribbons on my handmade tags and Halo handmade wooden button were the last touches on this page.
I hope you like it. I think it's  and interesting page: connecting the old and the new, all in one lo.
See you on our team post in just a few days


  1. Gosh, that photo is perfect for that stamp set! What a great project this is! Love it!

  2. Great layout! Love the layered tags.


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