Saturday, 28 February 2015

This week for Scrapsidaisy Scraplift Challenges Number 112, the theme was Oscar Fever. Using Minnie Mouse as my inspiration, I decided to go Project Life. I have only dabbled with it so far, so I'm not sure if I went to 'scrap-booky' or not, but I got the effect that I wanted. I'm am going to have to work on my photo-taking skills of my layouts as I can see I need to improve. X

Thursday, 26 February 2015

Woo Hoo, here I am again, updating my blog! I may just become a computer whizz after all! ;) I want to share with you, my entry for a new monthly challenge at Kraft Plus After starting this layout with stencils, texture paste & inks & sprays, I wasn't happy with how it was going :( So,  I turned the Kraft over & started again! I had seen a technique using Project Life cards on layouts, so I found these Becky Higgins cards that were just perfect for what I wanted to say. My next step now, is to see if I can link this up to the Kraft Plus blog - wish me luck! Thanks for stopping by & remember, Live Life then Scrap It! X

Saturday, 21 February 2015

Here is another layout I did recently for Scrap The Boys January Challenge. I was unable to finish it before the deadline, so it wasn't submitted. However, I was encouraged to share it anyway whenever I did finish it. I love this range of papers & had fun doing this one.

Products used:

Cardstock: Kaisercraft & Bazzil
Paper: Kaisercraft Off the Wall- Tag & Wicked
Embellishments: Texture paste, Kaisercraft paint, Staz-On ink, Kaisercraft acrylic stamp, Tim Holtz page pocket, Kaisercraft stencil, metal embellishment, plastic from toy packaging, zip, metal tag from necklace, chipboard alphas

Hi all! I know I've been MIA recently, but I had forgotten how to upload here. Thanks to Miss 14, I think I now have it! ;) This is my latest challenge, uploaded for Scrapsidaisy Scraplift Challenges Number 111. The theme was Dr Seuss! I looked up some quotes & after Miss 9 decided on the one she liked best, it was so easy. I took a series of photos, printed them off & simply stuck & cut! One of the easiest layouts I've ever made. 

Products used: 

Cardstock: American Crafts, Bazzil
Paper: ?
Embellishments: Texture paste