Tag: mixed media scrapbooking

Scrapbooking Layout – Miss Purple Hands

Hello all!

Here’s another layout that I made last week for the Lottie Loves Paper mini challenge, based on a sketch by Shimelle. The sketch is perfect for lots of journalling so I thought it was time that I told the story of my love-hate relationship with my daughters love for the colour pink 🙂

Here’s my layout and the sketch it is based on:

Miss purple hands

sketch

 

I have used mostly Echo Park Paper “Creative Agenda” collection. The thickers are from the Take me Away collection by Pink Paislee.

And a couple more close ups:

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Thanks so much for popping by and read you soon!

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Scrapbooking layout – JUMP

Hello everyone!

Yesterday I had a not-so-great day. Things went a bit pear shaped, both in the craft side and in the day-job side. So I knew I had to keep away from my desk, as I can’t scrapbook when I am not in the right mood. I “can”, but my creations normally show my mood and are not very good.

So I left it all well alone for most of the day until the evening, when I took the opportunity to sit down in my garden, enjoying the last of the sunshine, and had time to relax, clear my mind and go back to my desk with the right mindset.

And this is the layout I created, using the super cool “You Rock” collection by Cocoa Vanilla Studio which I got from Lottie Loves Paper recently.

Jump

The title I created from scratch with my Silhouette Cameo.

And a couple more close ups:

jump closeup

jump closeup2

I hope you have liked it and thanks for popping over!

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Cyber Krop – Part 2

Hello all!

These are the other layouts that I made for the challenges for the Cyber Krop:

Challenge 5: Counting Sheep – something to do with dreams or nightmares, or someone sleeping.

A dream come true

Challenge 1a – Go Horizontal. The design in your layout has to go all the way from left to right.

Rocky is the best

Challenge 2a – Round and Round. The layout must feature circles and can only have red/yellow/blue (or a combination of) colours.

That twinkle in your eye

Challenge 3a – Ebony and Ivory. You can only use black and white in your layout and some mixed media (I actually forgot about the mixed media, doh!) You also have to include “empowered, proud and/or strong” (which I included in the journalling – I wish I had planned the journalling a bit better as it could have looked quite awesome)

The Loft

And that is it for me! I left two challenges undone as I felt quite drained by the end of it, it was a very exhausting and demanding weekend! Not sure I could do this all over again any time soon. I need a crafty break!

Thanks for popping by and read you soon!

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Cyber Krop

Hello everyone!

So yesterday afternoon/evening I got to participate in an online crop. It was like doing NSD all over again! It was actually great fun, because it was done with a very small group of people (I would say there were about 15 of us participating yesterday) so it felt cozy and very personal. The Cyber Krop was hosted by Katie and Julie, who run the Inspired by Memories group on Facebook.

There were 5 challenges yesterday but I only managed to make 4, which is amazing due to time constrictions and having the kids in the house in the afternoon, and then having to have dinner, and put them to bed and all of that! I did something that I hadn’t done in a very long time and scrapped well into the night! I went to bed at almost 1am!!!

So here are the challenges and my layouts:

Challenge 1: Make a layout inspired by the sketch below, with one rule: Ripped paper! (I don’t “do” ripped paper, so I kept it to a minimum)

You lift my heart up

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sketch

Challenge 2: Theme is The Outdoors, and the layout must include 3 embelishment clusters, Layers, A hand cut title, buttons
and enamel dots and/or bling.

Explore

Challenge 3: Theme is “Let’s Eat”

Thai red fish curry

Challenge 4: Choose a title from these 3 words: Grow, change or thrilled. Use at least 3 of these mixed media techniques: stitching, gelatos, watercolours, mists, inks, enamel (and a few more that I can’t remember right now)

So thrilled

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I didn’t get to even start thinking about challenge 5, and there will be a few more this afternoon, so we’ll see how many I get done in the end!

Thanks for visiting!

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Scrapbooking Layout – It’s a perfect day

Hello everyone!

After the crazy whirlwind of National Scrapbooking Day, I am back today with a layout created for the Stick it Down challenge. I used a sketch from Laura Rumble, which – in my opinion – was asking for a lot of stamping in the background, so I went for it! So much so that I may have gone a bit too over the top. Oh well… 🙂

Here is my layout:

It's a perfect day

And the sketch:

May 2017

I used a stamp set that I’ve had for some time, which I hadn’t used to its full potential. It’s from Simon Says Stamp and it’s called “Flip flop season”. I actually loved going a bit crazy with the stamping! Unfortunately I also dropped the stamp in a couple of places in the cardstock, so there are a few marks… But it happenes to seasoned stampers too!

A couple more close ups:

hello summer

the waves!

I hope you have liked it, and read you soon!

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