Sunday, January 31, 2010

Happy and Content

Scrap the Girls, a blog challenge about scrapping the girls only. I've been following this blog for their sketch challenge and this is my second time I joined. My entry was already uploaded in their blog

Here's my take: Happy and Content

Materials used: DCWV Cardstock PPs blossoms and butterflies and all dressed up, Prima flowers and journaling sheet, Ac thickers Jewelry box, rub ons, Rangers glossy accent, Tim Holtz Grungerboard swirls, jewel bling, cotton lace, felt lace, , fibers, Fiskars apron lace border punch

Friday, January 29, 2010

Design Dollies Monthly Challenge

I found this blog from my friend Dra Chix of LB scrapaholics. Design Dollies has very interesting challenges to take. They run three challenges a week each hosted by a different Dollie and these are Color Challenge , Elements Challenge and Sketch Challenge. I got interested to take the color challenge. This time, they are looking for MONOCHROMATIC BLUES in our projects, any shades of blue. I already did a project similar to this challenge that's why this is no longer new to me. But nevertheless, it is still fun to do this challenge.

Here's my take.

I used here: DCWV PPS, KI Memories lace cardstock, Sizzix die cut alpha-Ponder, and some from own stash- flowers, lace, butterfly, glitter glue.

Here's another one entry for the element challenge: Birthday Gift

I used here: DCWV PPS, Nana Kids cardstock, Sizzix die- balloons, bitty body, bookplate, Heidi Swapp stamp-Birthday, AC thickers- Gift, Glossy accent

Pencil Lines January Sketch Challenge

I'm really in the mood scrapping today, It's my first time to join the weekly sketch challenge at Pencli Lines. I did only sketch #169 and #170.

Sketch #169 : Sweet Life

I change the orientation of the sketch.

Materials used: DCWV Cardstock PP, Webster's Pages PP Sweet Life, BG Chipboard alpha Wilma, Fancy Pants Stamps, Anna Griffin Flora Collection Journal tag, metal embellishments, distressing chalk inks, scallop lace, glitter glue.

Technique: Yes, I made this flower using large heart puncher. I'm very happy with the outcome of my handmade flower. I also made another one using sakura puncher. Please see below picture.

Sketch #170: Good Times

Here, instead of using patterned paper, I used strip of double sided tape, and sprinkled it with glitters, making it my border background of my picture.

Materials used: Plain thick Kraft paper, DCWV PP- polka dots, Glitz PPs- birds, Prima flowers, glitter glue, sticker -good times, scallop lace distressed with inks, ric rac, corner puncher

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Creative Scrappers January Sketch Challenge

Yesterday, I was able to finish 4 layouts, all to be submitted for Creative Scrappers January sketch Challenge. I was really in the mood of scrapping yesterday. But the bad things is, no household chores was done except the laundry, with a little help from my washing machine. Hopefully, mojo will stay with me until the weekend, as me and my friends will be in a battle of scrapping 'til you drop, hehehe!! We'll be having a scrap buffet as part of Dra Rita's Birthday celebration.

Anyways, here are the four layouts I made.

Sketch# 85: FUN

I used here: PPS, ATB PPs, PPs scrap, AC thickers, Autumn Leaves ticket stamps, Tim Holtz Ideology stamp, Prima epoxy sticker, Autumn leaves foofala buttons, nylon dove

Sketch #86: Got it

I used here: DCWV PPs, Fancy Pants stamp, AC thickers, OA pps Night light Louie, scallop cotton lace, flower, SEI puffy stickers

Sketch # 87: Sweet Boy

I used here: Cardstock black, Webster's pages , AC thickers, EK border punch swiss cheese, foam star die cut, glimmer mist, Prima Just Corina epoxy sticker, Daisy D's CS sticker I love this picture, Tim Holtz ideology compass mask.

Sketch # 88: Future Rock Star

I used here: DCWV cardstock and PPS, AC thickers, MM tiny alphas, Glossy Accent, Sizzix dies square wavy and star (primitive and traditional), glitter glue, star buttons, star puncher, acrylic paint light blue

My first entry for a challenge.

As I promised, here is the full view of my very first layout for the year 2010. It is my entry to Scrap Inspire Create January challenge. I chose the colors as my inspiration to create this layout from the cover of a magazine.

I used here: DCWV cardstock black and PPS, AC thickers, MM tiny alphas, MM shimmering alphas, Cosmo Cricket journaling card, Prima Flowers, Artz Accents Family Bradletz, My own stash: rub on, glimmer mist, flowers, metal embellishment, pollen feathers,butterfly, fibers.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Mojo is back!

Last two years had been very tough for me and my family. With all those problems and hardships, we're able to battle all those things and my family are still here through thick and thin. Despite all these, we never forget to thank God for all the simple and big blessings He showered upon us.

Time is moving fast, and it's already third week of January 2010 and I thought I could not make any LO or project before the month ends. Finally, just two hours ago, I was able to scrap one layout before I left for a 3-days vacation at HK. And hopefully this could be a good start for my scrappin' moods to conitnue. Although, it's not yet finish, still have to put the title and some journaling. And beside, my camera is not with me and I can't take a good shots of it. But I'll show a portion of what I did using the camera of this computer.

I'll post a good shot when I come back.

This will be my entry for Scrap, Inspire, Create January Challenge which will be due by Feb 3, 2010.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Happy New Year!

Welcome 2010!

I know that for the past few days as we are all waiting for the new year to come, we're been very busy for the holiday seasons. I hope you had a great Christmas celebration with your family and love ones

I feel so excited for this year ahead, and I hope you feel the same. I hope I'll be able to share more inspirations to you and learn more ideas and techniques from all of you scrappers out there.

May the year 2010 will bring us more hope, happiness, health and let our enthusiasm in the world of scrapping will always be there.

Happy scrappin'.


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