Did a page using Pencil Lines sketch 175, which was being introduced by Lady Grace and Iris Babao Uy, especially love their layout, so pretty. I decided to use this PP as the background after seeing it in Kristine’s site. I even happier to find that I still have the Maya Road sheer scroll frame album!
1st day at school
Have made a layout base upon the above sketch by PageMaps and have tried on making two Rhonna Farrer’s Rolled Fabric Flowers in my page though it is a boy page *grin*. Which later I add some buttons to make it more man-ly *LOL*.
Look at those rolled fabric flowers, they are fun to make:
Head on over to Scrapbook Deals 4U and join in the challenge, you’ll have fun!
I’ve got it!!
Yes, indeed, life is good! Have used up some scrap and did the dimensional flowers with gel medium, love it! Though I think the Pink Slice would be even better with hands-free function. Still, no regret!
Uh, and I gotta find out where to get that oil absorbent piece of doily paper, just love it. There are in some other sizes too!
Loving the quote
“Be you. Find you. Be happy with that.” Got it from Elizabeth Kartchner’s blog.
That butterfly has been in my stash for a long time which I don’t dare to use it as it is just so bulky which I’m worried that it will dent my other pages. Anyhow I just used for this layout and have used foam adhesive behind it in order to protect my paper from the wire used in the butterfly.
Did a layout using the twisted sketch : I didn’t submit my entry to be included in their sisterhood, this is just out of fun after seeing the sketch and those inspiring layouts from the DT girls. Here is what I came up with:
Read about this while we had our vegetarian lunch yesterday: “Be grateful of everyone, everything and at every moment.” (Hope I’ve quoted it correctly). It makes me think, yes, really, we should be grateful of the things that we have and even those that we don’t have.
I’m a guest designer in …
Creative scrappers! Yes! I’m so honor and happy to see my own layout in others’ site. Kristine has been designing lots and lots of great sketches and I’ve been a stalker for her sketches ever since I discovered it months ago. Her designer team are fabulous, they can always come up with layouts that are so inspiring. Go on, head on over to Creative Scrappers and try out sketch #87 yourself. I would love to see your interpretation of the sketch.
I did a very quick but thoroughly thought over layout last night after seeing the sketch #76 of Creative Scrappers. One that hinted the use of paint or the same sort.I found the perfect pattern paper for this sketch and have used ink and glimmer mist on the background. The pattern paper is just nice for those photos as well as my boys were enjoying a walk along our neighbourhood road that are not fully done yet.
I love those beautiful paper from BoBunny included inside the October kit of Scrapbook Deals4U, they are just so pretty. I’m getting the Delilah Kit and I’m loving every pieces of paper came in it with all those embellishment as well. I felt a bit sorry that I had to cut them up and there are also paper that are pretty on both sides! I haven’t come to use that piece that, it is going to be a hard decision for me to choose either side and forgo the other side..
It is just so fun to be able to create a page out from the kit.
Not really a well taken picture of the layout. Anyway, just wanna share this using the sketch from Creative Scrappers
Still having the “simple” in mind from Scrap-it-lah, I tried to use some of those journaling bits from Humbly Print and my stamp sets from Sassafras trim trimmery. I’m still thankful for those die-cut flowers sent in by Suzanne (Thanks Suzanne!).
Yes, exam is over and yet I finally got my paper in (just for share).
I’ve made some lollipops flowers to go along with it as I though flowers would be too girlie for this page. Those swirls are actually traces from a chipboard sticker backing and ink with green color ink. And since my sewing machine is not working and I’m so lazy to put it back on after my boys took off some part of it, so I’m using fake stitching on the edges.