you guys know that I broke my big shot, ordered a new one but they can't deliver after deducting my money as they don't do shipment to Malaysia. I am itching to buy a new one, but one of the scrapper's said "wait"...should I wait? My dies are shouting and screaming at me!!! HELP!!!!
I had a great weekend and everything are just well planned, I managed to get this layout done last night with the help of my girl. She helped me by putting all those buttons for the flowers and I said "Thank you honey", she replied back "Ta you Mommy" oh wow...how nice isn't it? She is now able to speak in full sentence bit by bit like "Daddy where are you?" "Mommy eat" and a few other words, she is progressing well. How time flies...
Well on to this layout, it was a picture of...who else? my girl and here she is playing with the plates, saucer, spoon as an act that she is cooking. Love those little hands and face...
I put the tittle on top of each other...so that my layout is not too crowded with words since it is already crowded with flowers and the patterned paper.
I love the gate and flowers that I punched on the green Dear Lizzy paper
I love the white space and decided to put a few butterflies, Artisan Elements - Circle used as photo corner.
I used a patterned paper from Me & My Big Ideas Specialty Cardstock Cartonne Special and cut them into half according to the patterned (and I put foam dots) and pasted them on the cream base cardstock, and the other side of the patterned paper I used to punched my butterflies and I also used as a background of the picture above (the purple dots). The papers stack are totally awesome and got it few months back and I realized I haven't even used it. I punched the gate using Martha Stewart puncher as well as the flowers on the green Dear Lizzy patterned paper and I put foam dots so that I have a 3D like view and also to create dimensions. All the Prima flowers are pasted using foam dots so that it is not totally flat.
Material used: Me & My Big Ideas Specialty Cardstock Cartonne Special, Prima flowers, buttons, MS punchers, AC thickers, MM aplhabet stickers, plain cream cardstock and Artisan Elements - Circle.
This layout was abandoned by me a couple of days back and I managed to finish it last night. I did not put big title for this layout, this time around it will just be those words in the layout as my title. Messy as it can be, lots of embellishments here and there...
Material used: Gemstones the Crown Jewels of cardstock, DCWC Whimsy stack, Prima flowers, handmade flower and leaves, lace and pearls chain from the local art store, Echo Park patterned paper, Dear Lizzy patterned paper, MS puncher, acid free paper strips, green crochet lace, DCWC Bossom + Butterflies chipboard embellishments, Me + My Big Ideas patterned paper, blue twine and MM blue brad.
Managed to do this although I am busy with loads of other things. I try not to use more pictures on this layout but I just can't help myself, here is the layout that kind of full and messy but I like it tho.
I used the Jenni Bowlin paper and sanded and those dots appears.
I haven't been scrapping for the longest time as I just don't have my mojo to do the 12 x 12 layout. Instead my mojo are more to my ATC project, which currently I am having a swap with other scrappers and if you would like to join please let me know. I am more than happy to swap my ATC with you.
Last week and over the weekend I did altogether 8 canvas ATC and I just love every details and colours that I added to all of them. In fact I am creating more ATCs and soon will be revealed. Thanks for dropping by.
Material used: Jenni Bowlin Core Dimension paper, crochet flower, prima flowers, buttons, MS puncher, white doilies, ribbons from the local art store, Maya Road purple ribbon, Echo Park patterned paper for the banner, DCWC chipboard, Mariposa patterned paper, AC thickers, Momoyo paper, my old paper stash, Prima flowers, buttonsand tag.
Oh! it is Monday and it is the most lazy days of the week. This one was created over the weekend and it is something simple and I used some of my Studio Calico kit in here.
Those words are from Collection Elements and some are typed.
I love how my uneven ribbons are put together.
Love the hidden title as it was hand sewn using a glitter like thread in maroon.
Material used: Studio Calico kit - patterned papers, crochet flowers, white pearl beads, white doilies, ribbon by AC, blue lace and blue ribbon from the local art store, 7Gypsies tag, MS puncher, Jenni Bowlin butterfly, Collection Elements wordings, maroon glitter thread, peacock feather, Echo Park patterned paper, Sassafras Lass patterned paper and tlc.
I am so happy when I received a call from the mail room informing me that I have a parcel to be collected. Here is what I have ordered earlier, just trying on my first order on Martha Stewart punches (buy 2 free 1) and Tim Holtz dies (this time only 2 brands). It is so much cheaper to buy online and I am awaiting for more boxes to come.
Thanks to Nadhrah for recommending me to buy from the above manufacturer. By the way, they also enclosed some tips on "maintaining your paper punches" - cool!
I did this layout over the weekend and I just love the colourful embellishments on this layout. It is a photo of us together while spending our weekend at Renaissance Hotel Kuala Lumpur. I really love the Martha Stewart patterned paper it is just so lovely. This time I did a lot of layering, used some fabrics at the bottom of this layout, buttons here and there, colored, punched, misted and etc.
I had a blast in fact we had a blast last week with Julie Van Oosten. I don't regret at all attending for this class since her techniques and knowledge that I've got from her class totally awesome and brilliant! We keep on saying "I love this! I love this!" while doing our tri fold frame and of course there are so much of laughter, jokes, foods and so much fun! All of us are looking forward for our next art class and we can never forget Julie Van Oosten.
Thanks to Sharon of Scrappingville for organizing this for all of us and here are some photos taken during the classes.
1st day with Julie
yours truly with Julie on the 2nd day
This group created an art tiles for Puan Sri Wendy Ong for her birthday
group photo on our 2nd day
1st day we created this tri fold frame
and these make and take, everyone did their own amazing spools
this is what we created on our 2nd day of class
I would like to thanks Naddy and Puan Sri Wendy Ong for the photos. I also meet up with new scrappers and talented artist on these 2 days, what an awesome experience. On another note I strongly recommend you to go if Julie happened to be here again in Kuala Lumpur. Her techniques are totally out of this world and simply vintage, earthy colours and classic. I will never look at chipboard the same way again. Please visit Scrappingville if you interested to get her Collection Elements.
Thank you for dropping by and have a good week ahead.
Over at Are You Feeling Groovie? this month is a challenge whereby you have to use chipboard in your layout, anyway anyhow...come and join the fun and you might be in the running to win a surprise RAK.
Material used: Unconditional love :- Tim Holtz alteration hanging sign dies, Tim Holtz alteration caged bird dies, varieties of ruffles, Maya Road white roses ribbon lace, felt for the red love, Dear Lizzy patterned paper, American Crafts patterned paper, Webstars Pages alphabets, Varieties of misting colours from Ranger, Maya Road and Shimmerz Spritz and old stash of patterned papers.
Bird watching:- Sassafras life is beautiful patterned paper, grossgrain ribbons in varieties of colours, Mylittleshoebox patterned paper, lace, plain coloured card stock, Tim Holtz dies, Prima coloured pearls, Andirondack dimensional pearls butterscotch, scrapbook colors - specialty glaze pearl, double sided foam tape, Tattered Angel and Maya Road glimmer mist in a variety of colours, AC thickers and MM some alphas.
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