We have a super fun Tic-Tac-Toe challenge over at Scrapping 4 Fun challenges this month!
This is my layout:
And here’s the tic-tac-toe. As you can see, I’ve gone for the left vertical line: Twine, bling and sequins 🙂
And a little close up of the sequins, bling and twine:
The papers are from Felicity Jane, but I forget the name of the collection!! And the embellishments are mainly from Simple Stories.
Thanks for joining me today, and read you very soon!
As you may have noticed, my usual day for posting for UK Scrap Addicts has changed from the beginning of the month to the end of the month, which was so handy as I would have never finished my layout or even made a video at the beginning of the month!
But I managed in the end!! This month’s theme is Alpha Stickers, and we are encouraging people to think outside the box and use alphas a bit more, maybe in a different way!
And this is my layout:
I made a process video, so pop over youtube to see how I created my background and the story behind it!
Read you very soon!
Today I bring you the second layout for October on Stuck? Sketches!
This is my layout and the sketch:
And here are a couple of close ups:
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Today I am super excited to show you my very first layout as a Design Team Member of Stuck?! Sketches <3 I have been a fan of this blog since I started scrapping on 12×12, so it was such a great honour to be chosen to be part of the team!!
And here is my first layout!
And this is the sketch that my layout was inspired on:
This month we have two sponsors with lovely prizes to be won!
Here are a couple more close ups of my layout:
I hope you have enjoyed this layout and thanks for visiting today!
Here is another layout I have made for the Scrapping4fun Design Team! This month’s challenge was to use a sketch… and I love sketches! The real challenge for me was the fact that the sample sketch that we were given was for a double page layout and I don’t really do double page layouts! So I had to use my imagination and “translate” the sketch into a single page layout. I think I did quite well! I’ll let you be the judge. Here’s my layout and the sketch!
So, what do you think? As I wanted to use so many photos in such a “small” space, I really had to go minimal so as to not overload the layout. That’s why I kept the pattern papers away, pretty much, and stuck to solid colours.
And a couple of close ups:
Thanks for popping by and read you very – very – soon!