Published May 17, 2012
Good evening, tonight I have a page I made in class at Jacques last month, I was very lucky as I always forget to take photos with me but the colour on Caities Jersey matches perfectly. This is such a sweet page with a lot of different textures added. We have used glitter brads, buttons, pearls, rhinestone brads, ribbon, thread, glitter, embossing folders and some punches and dies. Although it looks like quite a simple page there were a lot of things to do on here.
Close up of the bird and the rosettes. Every rosette has a different finish for the centres. I punched out the extra circle behind Caitlyn’s name just to make that stand out a bit more. The base of the bird is stamped and then embossed. The wings have been sponged in the same colour.
I hope your weather is better than ours at the moment, we have had terrible winds but its more annoying is one moment the sun is shinning and the next it is pouring down.
Unfortunately my camera is at the shop getting fixed so until I have it back I can not take any photos to blog, so as soon as I get that back I will be back.
Published May 12, 2012
Good afternoon, here is the second scrapbook page I finished last weekend. I actually started this one a few months ago but just never got around to finishing it. It is of my two kids mucking around with a dolls pram. They were taking turns at pushing each other around the kitchen, at one stage Caitie got stuck in it, that was so funny.
This page is using the SAB papers, I still love these and am so glad I got a few packs. I have used faux stitching to connect the two papers together and finished the outside edges with different borders. These buttons are not SU but the colours fitted beautifully and added a new texture to the page. I used the heart embosslit folder with a punched heart in red glitter cardstock over the front. The other details speak for themself.
Close Up of the bottom:
Enjoy your weekend, and all those mothers out there have a great Mother’s Day filled with love from your family and friends.
Good afternoon, today I have a scrapbook page to share with you. I made this last weekend and im still not sure about it, but the ladies I scrap with just loved it. This was taken of my son on Matakana Island a few weeks ago. I have used the new pleated Satin ribbon at the bottom just to balance the page. I used the new score tool to make the rosettes, these are fun to make and look great. The title is made using the pennants punch, I haven’t used this one a lot but I do like the effect it gives.
I made three other pages so Ill do my best to post them soon. Have a great week.
Published May 1, 2012
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