I love this

This is a page that inspired by Scrap-it-lah November challenge, Scrapbook Challenges play on words challenge and a sketch from Color Me Daisy.

Scrap-it-lah challenge is to “Please scrap a layout with the title comprising of the letters – “S”, “I” and “L” which are the acronyms of Scrap-it-Lah.”
Where else for Scrapbook Challenges is “to make a play on words with you title. You may use stamps, die cuts, cut outs, chipboard, and so many more. Any subject, any size, any type of project as long as it follows the challenge.”
And Color Me Daisy sketch is as below:

So, I’m incorporating all three things in one layout since they are not about the same thing, and it help a lot in doing this page and it is fun too!

This is us during my trip over to Shenzhen recently, taken in the restaurant at the air-port.

Have long didn’t use that swirl stamp from Inkadinkado that I bought from Scrap-n-crop. I’ve misted the heart shape that I cut out from Urban Lily paper, then ink the edges and stamp on it using white ink. Love how it turns out.

Yup, after 7 years of marriage, we are still in love. Especially after the recent trip. Now I know how important that is to our relationship, we should really spend quality “us” time together more than anything else.
I’m loving this layout and am displaying it in my office now. 😉
Product used: Humbly print rub-on, Pink Paisley and American Craft letter stickers, K&Co Urban Rhapsody PP, Prima flowers, Kaiser Craft blings, Fancy Pants Delight PP, Urban Lily, Tsukineko Dew Drop ink, Inkadinkado swirl stamp, Petaloo Mulberry Street Flowers.

Apple of her eye

Did a page using sketch from Scrap-it-lah site, plus the receipe that was mentioned in ColorMeDaisy and yet I forgot one thing from the recipe, the circle! *LOL*.

A close-up of those cut out remake flowers:


Journal: Mom’s face lights up every time she sees him. He obey and listen to her more than me. Even when he did something wrong, she will still laughs about it. Mervin, the apple of my mom’s eyes. – journal on 12 Jun 2009

Product use: My Mind’s Eye Deena’s Penny Lane and Garden Party PP, American Craft chit chat accent, some buttons, chipboard and lace that I got from Vietname. This are from the kits from Scrapbook Deals 4U.

Layouts from kits


Did these two layouts with Scrapbook Deals 4U kits and Color Me Daisy Kits, plus the help of sketches from SoSketcy.
These two layouts are basically fast in putting up since the kit basically coordinate everything.
I’ve been very behind with my scrapbook ‘cos I haven’t been able to touch them over the past weeks busy on my house renovation. Now that I’ve got that settle on the shoulder of someone else, I think I’m more in tune with myself. Will surely do more and to record my memory.

A lift

Lifted this layout from Creating Keepsakes’ magazine. I like the simplicity of it and I love these photos of my sons goofing around making fun in front of the camera, they are just so cheeky.

I made this for the circle challenge over in Color Me Daisy. I’ve actually used the pattern paper came in from scrapbook deals for you and the cardstock from CMD kit.

The layout is so simple that I keep on thinking if I should add more embellishment on it, I just felt that it is too simple *LOL*.

What’s on my mind

Did a page following the sketch over in Page Maps. Another layout using Color Me Daisy March kit plus some Prima essentials 5 flowers and one pattern paper from HOTP from those old kits.


These were us during those days before I got married to hubby (then boyfriend). Amazingly all of us still keep in touch now a days and most probably thanks to the Internet. I’ve hide my journal behind the main photo using journal tag enhanced on white cardstock, completed with a spiral clip.

I feel like putting more embellishment on the page, but couldn’t think of any other.

Paint LO

Did a layout using Pamela Sketch 137 about my boys having fun in the Kiddies Club of Sutera Horbor last month. Thanks Pamela! Thanks to Color Me Daisy for their March kit too, that I’m able to put together this page pretty fast.

It was fun seeing them concentrate in painting. They were excited about it and so proud of their work.

Am using Color Me Daisy March kit which contain Glitz sparrow patter paper, American Craft stickers, Making Memories clip, plus my own Kaiser rhinestone and Bazzill Basic just edge cardstock.

Layouts

I love the Color Me Daisy January kit! I didn’t know that I can do these three layouts from it, but of course plus some other stuff from the previous kits and also from my stash. It has Pink Paislee Sweet Cake collection of pattern paper, letter sticker and die-cut paper plus My Mind’s eyes pattern paper.

First one: What I love to see.. the two of you holding hands so dearly walking together.
My two boys while we were in Hong Kong.

Other than the January kit, I’ve used a Maya Road chipboard butterfly.


The 2nd one is one about my little nephew from my hubby’s site. He is darn cute, I love it especially when he smile back at me, almost all the time!
To this layout, I’ve use the January kit plus Bazzill Basic just the edge, American craft foam letter thicker, Maya road chipboard butterfly, Screen print swirl frame and a blue Prima flower.


The 3rd one is one that I wanted to keep a record of – Family tradition. These was taken while my boys was watching how the Chinese cake is being done by my parents. Again, I’ve used things from the kit plus some other letter stickers, flowers and swirl stamp.

I also did 3 cards, but not going to show them here though.. just in case the person is looking for I’m going to send them out *grin*.