For the first several years of our nearly 9 year marriage, my husband Dave showed no interest in his 3-4 guitars that he owned. Most of them were stowed in their cases in his closet. I often mentioned to him that I would like to hear him play and even bought him a cool Dean flying V acoustic. It wasn't until a couple of years ago that his interest in his music was renewed and the guitars came out of mothballs. He really is quite good and I love watching him practice and hear him play. Last night while we were watching the Chicago Bulls game, he was strumming out a Joe Satriani tune on his acoustic. I took this picture recently from across the room while he was practicing and liked it so much I wanted to scrap it. I hand cut the guitar at the top of the page since I do not have a die-cutting machine. The background paper is from Echo Park. I just used scraps from my scrap bin for the rest of the paper. I think the guitar paper is from an older My Mind's Eye collection. I also used my new Amy Tangerine orange chevron mix tape.
I used this Page Maps sketch from their March Imaginisce sketch contest:
The prize is the new collection from Imaginisce called "Makin' Waves"....living in Florida, that is a must have collection!
I am also entering my page in The Burlaps and Buttercups No Kid's Allowed challenge.