>Scrapping the Music

>I’ve found this fun new site Scrapping the Music! I like that idea.

This week the challenge was “Good Days,” by Alain Clark. I wasn’t familar with the song, but they have the audio and the full lyrics posted

Here’s my interpetation. More like a scrap page than an altered journal page. Hey I like to mix it up!!

Hoping everyone has a wonderful day!

Scattered Thoughts
http://scatter50.blogspot.com
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6 responses to “>Scrapping the Music

  1. >More great art like usual! And it's always fun finding neat new sites through your page:)

  2. >Hi there, thank you for visiting my blog. I love this blogging stuff! I got a kick out of your profile(old broad!)That's pretty funny. I too was raised in Florida, actually Holiday Fl.(Near New Port Richey, or Clearwater).Anyhow, love your scrapbook pages, just wonderful! I hope to have more time in the future, but for now, still got little ones(14,12,9 and 7!) Can't wait to see more of your art!

  3. >I love your page so much! What a great interpretation of the lyrics! The vintage photos are awesome and I love how you included the ticket stubs and lace too! Thanks so much for playing along with us at STM!!!

  4. >I like that you found your way to Scrapping the Music! I also really like how you got so many pixs on the page and how you picked up the colors in the lace with the mats for the photos. Great work!

  5. >JUST GORGEOUS! I loveeeeeeeeeee the photos and that lace! Thanks soooooooooo much for playing along with Scrapping the Music! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

  6. >the lace is wonderful – love how you used it! great page!!

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