Bob and I grew up some 250 miles apart, yet we both visited Cool Springs Park near Rowlesburg, WV as kids. My family took picnics there on Sundays in the 60s. Bob's family stopped there when taking David to Potomac State. The store features a junk gift shop and sells footlong hot dogs. Outside there is an assorted collection of rusted tractors, train cars and well fed donkeys. 3 mountains over from Grafton and 4 from Keyser, perhaps we passed by in the middle. 2012
The terra cotta elements were made with polymer clay. I rolled the clay to a thin thickness and stamped it.
Then cut around the stamp prior to baking. This Sculpey clay calls for baking at 275 degrees for 15 minutes.
While the clay was warm, I glued it to the page and varnished it with a clear Delta varnish.
Doesn't the Curiosity Shoppe paper fit this place perfectly?
Digital elements (2 Peas "Snap Out of It" film strip frames) (Echo Park YRJ "Snoozy" journaling block) Metal (K & Co) Ink, Varnish, Polymer Clay, Burlap; Paper Tape (7 Gypsies "Victoria")