Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Remembering 9-11

These photos were taken the spring following the 9-11 attacks on our nation.  Although we didn't go into NY City, we drove to the Jersey side and took the ferry across NY Harbor.  The hands of the clock are positioned to 8:46 ~ when the first tower was hit.  

This layout is based on the beautiful sketch from the MCS Dec. Big Sketch Contest:

Items used in the creation of this page:
Basic Grey paper
Tim holtz clock face and hands
Deer hide strips from my friend, Brenda (her husband, Damen, is a hunter and the entire deer gets used.)
EK Success Border Punch
My trusty Husqvarna sewing machine
Metal word embellishments and chain from my stash
Chalk ink - to modify the color of the deer hide
Black marker to distress the metal embellishments
Title and journal font ~ Papyrus

I also entered this in the Creative Cowgirls Challenge #5 to use turquoise and brown.

Thanks for stopping by.

~ Blessings ~


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  2. Very nice LO you have made !

  3. A lovely design. The punched brown borders really lead your eyes through the layout.

  4. beautifully done. great remembrance page.

  5. Beautiful layout.
    I found you through Feline Playful and I'm now a follower.

  6. Such a beautiful tribute. The time on the clock is very moving. Thank you for sharing this with us at Creative Cowgirls :D XXX

  7. Such an impressive layout! A real tribute!
    Thanks for playing along at creative cowgirls!

  8. As has been said before Tracey, it's a great tribute and I love the way you have used the Statue of Liberty a sign of freedom and democracy all over the world.

    Thank you for sharing your LO with us at Creative Cowgirls Challenge. :-) xx

  9. Wow--this layout has impact. Thanks for joining us over at Creative Cowgirls.

  10. Wonderful project. Thanks for the playing by Creative Cowgirls. Good luck.



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