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Soundtrack Album Lesson 2

February 28, 2010

I finished the second spread of pages for the soundtrack album (see here for details, or check out Audrey’s blog course here)

For the second lesson, the task was to let the lyrics inspire a sense of place. That was easy. I chose Winter from Tori’s first album. It reminds me of home, Boulder CO, and more specifically, winter there and of course my Dad. I couldn’t find a photo that fit this page, so I found this one online. It’s of Pearl Street, in Boulder, on a blustery November night

Credits:

Digital Products 
Faux-Stitched Snowflake (printed) – Rachel Young Messy Machine Snowflakes
Papers & Journal Spot (printed) – Emily Powers Dandelion Wine Digital Kit
Alpha – Audrey Neal Distressed Stamped Alpha
Traditional Projects
Love Charm – K&Company
Assorted Chipboard Shapes – Maya Road
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4 Comments leave one →
  1. February 28, 2010 2:38 pm

    Very cool, Tania! I love the composition with the journaling in the middle and the arrow/charm on the photo tying it together. Beautifully done!

  2. March 1, 2010 12:51 am

    i really like this! nice winter scene….

  3. rabbitreader permalink
    March 2, 2010 10:10 pm

    this is really cute, tania. i love this song, too. of course i am not a big tori fan, but this is one of her songs that i think is absolutely beautiful. it’s funny because whenever i go into michael’s, scrap book stuff takes up like 75% of the store, there is just TONS of it, yet i don’t personally know anyone who scrap books. so i always wonder “who are these scrap booking people and where are they hiding out?” well, here you are! and it looks really great, these will be so nice for your kids to look at while they’re growing up. i love the idea that you can give them your favorite music, your hometown, your dad/their grandfather, and your love of crafting all at once…awesome!

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