Those die-cute pop up stickers and felt stickers from Pebbles are just so fun to use and they are so adorable.
I’ve used two photos that was taken by hubby using his hand-phone and I’ve just recently got it processed in small print. Glad to have taken those photos ‘cos normally I won’t be in our travel photos! Mostly are the boys.
So, here goes. I used more doilies this time, which include even the background paper! Love that huge doily, wish to have more!! It is in Scrapbook Daisies March kit #1 – Hello Sunshine.
I love that wire pink love! Isn’t it cute?
I hope you can join in the fun over in Scrapbook Daisies too, you never know what you’ll get from winning the challenges!
I know.. it is so much simpler from the sketch, right? Because the paper is just too cute to be covered by other pattern paper and I’ve only used a misted doily behind the photo and some stickers from the die-cut sticker sheet in the kit.
Oh.. and I love the large Martha Stewart butterfly punch, just look at the result where I’ve punched two and layered them with some tiny round stickers on its body, love it!
I’ve also used Ali Edward stamp from Technique Tuesday since I don’t want to do lots of other journaling, I just want the boys know that I love them and how much they love each other though they sometimes fight with each other. This stamp is just great for the layout.
Another layout that I did using the same sketch is this:
This is done using Basic Grey January page-of-the-month kit, the paper line is call Curio. I’ve done some fussy cutting on the strip pattern paper to get the lace, and lots of distress ink on the edges.
Have also punched out butterflies and misted it with Maya Road mist in Avocado metallic, love its shinny look. Those crochet doilies are from Sweet vintage and I’ve also put some ink on it.
I think I prefer the 2nd layout which has that distressed look. What do you think? Which one do you prefer?
Thanks for leaving blog love and I really appreciated you all.
Well, I guess if you are a real scrapbooker, probably rest means able to do some more scrapbook layouts!
That’s what I did! One that it can help to clear off any stress and 2nd it feels good to be able to create.
So, this is what I’ve done during my rest:
A layout done for the lift challenge over at Scrapbook Daisies. Am using Webster’s page, one that I’m not so familiar with, especially when the paper itself is so pretty that I felt a bit guilty to spoil it with my scrapping style.
I’ve tried not to cover much of the pattern paper and have used swirls stamp, distressed pattern paper to punch out butterflies, misted doilies and Prima flowers, hoping to create a vintage feel for the layout. But I’m not sure, does the page look vintage to you all?
Here are some close-up of the embellishments and stamps that I’ve used:
I’m definitely going to get more vintage looking stamps like wordings, birds or watch into my collection.
Well, I’ve actually done another layout which I’ll share in another post.
Have a great day and happy scrapping!
Which I’ve used Basic Grey Max & Whiskers kit, which is also one of the monthly kit from Scrapbook Daisies. The swirls are from Slice maching, and the white flower is from Prima and my own doily. The rest are all in the kit.
Isn’t that puppy sticker cute? Oh, and I love the brad with a paw.
So, if you are looking for a kit club to join, I would highly recommend Scrapbook Daisies. Every month Martha will pick kits that are filled with yummy goodies that you can make a few layouts and cards.
How are you all doing? Yes, my creative juices are back again, yay! And this time I’ve made another layout using Creative Scrapper’s sketch #148 plus using the challenge idea of journaling over at Scrapbook Daisies. This is what I came up with:
All things are from Scrapbook Daisies Happy Together kit, except the doilies which are from my own stash. Just love the bling swirls that came with the kit. Swirls always make me think of butterfly, so here goes:
The pack of Prima flowers with glaze / thickles are just so pretty:
I’ve hidden my journaling behind the bottom left photo, which I’ve put another photo below too. A good way to include more photos in one page without jamming up the whole page.
The challenge over at Scrapbook Daisies is to use journaling spot in our layout, the best is of course do our journaling on those journaling spot.. Here I’ve used them for embellishment, title placement and journaling (date).
I love how the whole layout turn out, it has a soft feel with those misted doilies. And guess what? I put those doilies last into the layout! Thank God that they didn’t tear easily and the adhesive haven’t stay permanent yet. Ha!
Happy scrapping and I hope you’ll have an awesome weekend!
Check this out! My layout is being chosen as the layout of the week in Scrapbook Daisies, yay!! Thanks for spotting me Michelle.
Today I want to share a layout that I did yesterday. I’m so glad that I did some creative things, ‘cos I was really having bad morning sickness, felt so weak before that. And guess what? After I did the layouts, I was totally fine and I can even cook!
Here is one of the layouts that I did for a sketch challenge over at Scrapbook Daisies.
I did those punch out retro flowers again, thanks again Kristi for teaching how to make those flowers.
Sorry for the bad photo quality though, I just can’t, so I took it right after I’ve done the layout late afternoon while it was raining outside.
Another thing, if you want to lend a hand for our Japanese friends, read this and share your creation. Tomoko is trying to raise some funds by selling crafts created by us all, so head on over to her blog and check out with her.
Happy crafting you all!