A page for my twin sister's birthday album from our trip to Japan in 1970...many, many moons ago.


One of our favorite day trips was a train ride to the beautiful countryside of Nikko. A quaint little shop in town was selling Imari plates, stacked up on the floor. There must have been hundreds of them. I only bought four and still remember that I only paid $2.50 each. Why didn't I buy more at that price!


Credits:
(Using a combination of these products throughout the album, although they may not appear on every page)


Designer Digitals:
For Humanity Kit: Japan


Katie Pertiet:
For Humanity Kit: Japan
Taped Photo Masks No. 01
Binder Ring Books: Vintage No. 01
Rusty Stucco Paper Single
Stamped Blocks No. 13 Brushes and Stamps
Stacked Vintage Frames No. 04 Value Pack
Loosely Labeled No. 05 Value Pack
Assorted Tapes No. 03
Messy Stamped Alphabet No. 06 Brushes and Stamps Value Set
Ticketed Dates No. 02
Splatters No. 02 Brushes and Stamps
Postcard Journalers No. 02
Roughed Up Photo Mats: Ledger No. 02
Twisted Stitches
Postage Stamp Frames
Painted Flourishes No. 02
Collageables No. 02


Anna Aspnes:
LoopDaLoop ArtStrokes No. 03 BrushSet
JazzedUp LoopDaLoops No. 01 ElementSet
Travel WordTransfers No. 02 ElementSet
GoldPaint No. 01 ElementSet
AsianScript No. 01 BrushSet
HandMade Paperie No. 01
Dripped Stains No. 05 BrushSet


Andrea Victoria:
Fleurs Oranges Paper Pack


Lynn Grieveson:
Frayed Knots


Internet:
Japanese vintage stamp
Japanese characters mean "the beautiful Nikko countryside"


Fonts: Rough Typewriter, Susie's Hand, Dymo Font Invers