Sunday, January 29, 2017

Go Rome Go Layout

I LOVE how this layout came out!! The papers are from scraps leftover from my stash. There is a bit of gold washi tape between the black and white paper and the pic's. Do you notice in the last pic above. Also, the stamps are Boys will be boys #659091 Doodlebug clear stamps & Sizzix dies motorcycle car. The title is made with my Cricut Explore using the Plantin Schoolbook. The "GO's" are in bold, and the "Rome" is regular and layered with the black and gold. Scrapbook Adhesives 3D foam squares was used undr the vehicles as well as the gray strip at the top of the pages. Also, those 3 circle emblessments on the top right page are from IOD from 2004!! Finally scrapping this page and using those!!
Travel Info: On this pedestal in Rome the traffic cops have worked here since 1898 and have taken a severe beating in recent years, with increasing amounts of traffic buzzing around. With their distinctive white gloves, helmet, whistles, and pantomime performances, traffic cops at this focal point in Rome's historic centre have become something of a tourist attraction, as well as a part of the landscape in many movies set in Rome (such as Roman Holiday!) This piazza is located at the foot of the Capitoline Hill in central Rome, Italy and at the end of the Via del Corso. It is dominated by two landmarks, Palazzo Venezia, the building that gave the square its name (Benito Mussolini used the building as his headquarter and addressed the people from the palace's balcony. It is now home to the Museo del Palazzo Venezia). The large white building in the background is the imposing monument dedicated to Italy's first king, Victor Emanuele II monument (known to some as the giant white typewriter or wedding cake).

Here is my gallery on and this layout is for their Cricut, Sizzix, and

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