Yesterday it was 85 degrees, today it is 72. Fall is in the air, and that means it's time to go back to school. I'm going "back to school" with my project today too. Not only did I use an old school photo of me, but the patterned paper I chose has an "old school" feel to it too. The tweed background, stripes, chalkboard alphabet, the phonics blocks, and the penmanship lined paper---all bring back those grade school memories.
This oak leaf and Polaroid frame (turned into a chalkboard with black paper and a white gel pen) are wood embellishments from Unique Laser Designs. To color the the leaf, I used Twinkling H2Os from Creative Imaginations. In this picture, you cannot adequately see the amazing shimmer from this copper paint. For the frame, I quickly and simply ran some Distress Stain (wild honey) over the wood to give it a hint of golden color.