In addition to being CSI's main sponsor--I also get to be one of their guest detectives. How fun! I've been a fan of CSI since their very first case file was revealed. In fact, if interested--feel free to check out my entry for their first case file here!
I fell completely in love with Case File No. 109. First of all--I'm such a book worm myself. Anything involving books is a good thing in my opinion. One of my biggest aspirations for my son is that he'll love books just as much as I do. Which is why I started buying him books before he was even born! Yes--by the time he came into this world he had a reasonable collection of Dr. Seuss, several fairy tales that I myself grew up with, educational books, picture books & much more in his always-growing book collection. Also since I'm fluent in both English & Spanish--many of these books are bilingual which absolutely thrilled me to no end to find books printed like this!
So when I received this case file--I took a few of my son's books out & spread them around him & snapped these photos.
For my evidence I have: book pages, silver accents, birds & frames
For my testimony I've created a mini book to hold my thoughts & journaling. I have a tutorial available on how I make these mini books--you can find it here if interested. All of my layouts include journaling. So I'm always trying new ways to store my journaling onto my page.
shop. They make for excellent fillers to clusters & are really cute embellishments.
Primary Supplies: Paper - 7 Dots Studio, Stamps - Tim Holtz, Prima, Mask - Crafters Workshop, Paints/Mists - Shimmerz, Tattered Angels, Embellishments - Prima, Kay's Kreative Korner, Tim Holtz
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