Harry Potter’s renowned author, JK Rowling had once said, “There are seven that in private, I refer to as ‘The Big 7’; and that’s Dan, Rupert, Emma, Matt, Evanna, Bonnie and Tom.“
I’ve used Pencil Line’s Sketch 41 by Cath for this layout. I’m not too satisfied with this design to be honest. I just did not have the right shade of brown to really make the whole 12×12 layout look proper.
- Glitz Design
– (item #VB3494) 12×12 patterned paper
- American Crafts
– (item #89397) ribbon
– (item #53223) foam alphabets
– (item #72008) pinwheel flower
– (item #8-5051) metal accents
– (item #7-1695) puffed alphabets
- Daiso Japan
– (item #52) golden string
– (item #SCH-ST50SV) scrap sticker
– (item #9380) circle cutter
Those old brown parchments that I’ve stripped for the actors’ names are genuine antiques. *chuckles* There was a thin pile of old papers I found in my cupboard. I couldn’t exactly use my Circle Cutter due to its sheer frailty. And those metal leaves are by S.E.I.
Both the paper pinwheel flower and the brown ribbon are by American Crafts.
A self-made mini scroll using the same old ‘antique’ parchment; in which I’ve tied with a golden ribbon that came with my Daiso Japan gift tag pack. As for that antique looking vial, I can’t remember where I got it from. But I know it’s been in my jewellery box since more than a decade ago. It’s supposed to be a pendant. But oh well, why not use it for my scrapbooking since I don’t have any use for it now.
I’ve cut out a large number 7 using an unused cardboard, and then simply coloured it using my black marker. The other black alphabets are respectively by S.E.I and American Crafts.
For the first time in my 12×12 layouts, I did not use photo paper to my print my pictures. I just used normal matt paper to print them in equal square size.