Happy Sunday, everyone! Just thought I’d drop by to show a layout I made for Scrapshop recently. The layout is based on a sketch from Mumkaa, and she is our guest designer this month.
You can check out the rest of the DT layouts here.
I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the chevron and title work (the cameo now resides on my desk – not in a box – which really helps me use it more, go figure!).
I hope you’re having a wonderful day, and remember to check back for more layouts soon – I’ve got a few ones that will be published very soon!
Around Christmas, I got a new kit from Scrapshop.no to play with! New papers and embellishments from Lily Bee Design… Crazy colors that made me hyperventilate a little, but I made it work!
And now I get to share these layouts with you! I hope you’ll join me…!
Before Christmas I had the time to wander around town. While other people were rushing to finalize their Christmas-shopping, I felt like a tourist in my own town.
I layered some mist before adding the lace, border and stickers. The gradient came out perfectly! I know you’re probably sick of these family photos, but I intend to scrap every single one of them.
Ok, maybe not every single one, but… lots!
Journaling on a paper doily? Sure! I love doilies! (Have you noticed?) The colors in this collection are crazy, as I mentioned, so I decided to tone the papers down a notch by using lots of white cardstock for my layouts, and instead of using large panels, only use stripes or grids. I think it looks awesome!
If you’ve scrapped with these papers yourself, I’d love to take a look and get inspired to kill this kit!
Another month, another layout for Scrapshop.no. This was posted in Scrapshopbloggen yesterday, so I thought I’d share the layout here as well. This month’s assignment was to be inspired by Finnabair’s different styles. I chose this layout, although I can understand it if you don’t see a resemblance. You see, as I sketched the design down onto a piece of paper, I thought the ink/paint splatter could resemble star bursts… and I went from there.
Yes, I know that I’ve used this photo before, I just love it so much!
I’m home alone this weekend, so I hope to get a bit of scrapping done tomorrow!
I’m blogging over at Scrapshopbloggen today. Did you catch my post last week abou making your own background using Balzer Design’s stencils and mists? Come join me and take a look at the result!
On December 1st, Scrapshop revealed the DTs take on the November challenge: To create a Christmas card or tag. I thought I’d share mine here. The first, the tag, was from Authentique’s Holiday collection Wonder. I also used some of the new Maya Road snowflakes on top of a misted area. Text with a broad grey marker and thin black pen.
For the card I used some of the new Maya Road kraft snowflakes. Spotted this in the store and fell in love! The image is Scrapshop’s own Juleengler. I’ve also used some Prima flowers, a Tim Holtz tag, twine and Jenni Bowling alphas (not present in the online store, but bought at Scapshop earlier). Background paper is an old holiday paper and a paper doily.