Another fun challenge at Scrap Our Stash
here’s my page – I used
E – enamel dots, M – Maya Road tag, B – Bella Blvd washi, O – orange (small amount on tag), S – Simple Stories 3×4 card, S – stamping
I created this page for a challenge at CSI. I thought this was a funny photo of Meow and so I created a little whimsical dialog to go with it. I linked this page to the Paper Issues Chalk one up to your own style link party – this really shows my style – simple, bold, playful, with a touch of humour. I even used the houndstooth tissue paper that my PI order came in.
This is for the 8am challenge at Pink Fresh/Winnie Walter. Creating my own background is definitely a challenge for me – I really hate it when my pages get too messy. First, I created a water color b/g on top of gesso but again the bubbles and warps in the paper annoyed me so much that I tried something different. I love the look of mists although getting them to look how I like and where I want can be tricky it barely wrinkles my paper. So I went with misting, ink splatters and stamping for my b/g. Then I covered all my artistic work up with embellies and papers – LOL!! hopefully you can still see a little peeking out,
Lauern sure loves her fair foods – corn dog, candy floss, icecream, popcorn, deep fried crab fritters
I really loved this sketch at Pink Fresh – so much that I barely changed anything about it, and I really love these pics of my mum with my kids
I linked this page to the Paper Issues Let’s Get This Party Star-ted and Par-ty Heart-y link party – using some heart diecuts and wooden hearts
I actually managed to get 5 pages done which is unusual since I’m normally a pretty slow scrapper
Here’s a page I created for challenges at MyScrapsandMore (sketch), ACOT (monochrome) and Winnie & Walter (use sequins)
Today is my last day on the Let’s Capture Our Memories team – I’ve really had a lot of fun playing with the sketches. Thanks Isabelle. I loved LCOM sketch 121. I decided to put a photo where paper was intended and circle embellies where photos were intended. And I rotated the sketch through 90 degrees. I really love how it turned out. I printed two photos , cut circles around the kids and pop dotted them on the larger photo. I used speech bubbles for the rest of the circles.
I linked this up to the Paper Issues Chalk One Up to Your Own Style link party. This shows my style – clean, bold, a little bit different from the norm
this page is typical Nathan – loving the outdoors, holes in knees, new shoes in dirt, sharp object in hand, cheeky grin, ready for adventure. I’m submitting this page to the April challenge at Scraptastic Club – using/featuring numbers – I handcut the two large numbers from recycled corrugated paper and also have numbers to each of the items on the list about Nathan.