Happy Friday everyone,
I am feeling much better now after a visit with the dentist and it is nice not to be in pain!! I am not too stressed out yet about the “Silly Season” but no doubt it will happen! I know I have a few very busy wks at work.
Welcome to my Wk 3 challenge 😉
This one might get you out of your comfort zone, which is what a challenge is all about!
I love scrapping the every day moments that we may miss or we take for granted. I want you to scrap one of those moments. It may be a favourite flower, your fave book, movie, your morning routine, a fave room in your house, your garden, some treasures you have, technology, shopping, a place you love in your town, special jewellery, a hobby, anything that you want to share with us 🙂
You can use one photo or a few to tell your story and if you like you can use one of these sketch’s for inspiration.
As you can see both these sketches have a banner or bunting on them so that is what I would like to see on your page too 🙂
This is my page and you can upload your page here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.682745485176396&type=1
by Midnight Friday 18/12 to be in the running for this months prize 🙂
This page is a bout my fave shop in Geelong called T2. They have every t-pot you can imagine and the yummiest teas! I used all SU products on my layout. I used the first sketch and made one big banner instead of the three, You can use the sketch to suit your photos and embellishments.
I hope you have fun and you get inspired to scrap a memory 🙂
Friday already and the first week of the ‘silly season’ is done and dusted. For this weeks challenge, I would love you to use this sketch from my lovely friend Heather Waldron’s blog http://www.storm-scraps.blogspot.com.au/
and scrap a page about your son/s, daughter/s, grand children, niece/s or nephew/s 🙂 With this lovely sketch you can make it girly or grungy to suit your photos and make sure you do some journaling 🙂 You can use the sketch anyway you like as it is a guide for you. I love sketches and use them all the time as I struggle a bit with design. As you can see in my layout I used a 4×4 photo and I mounted it. You could use a 4×6 or a collage of smaller photos if you wanted to tell more of the story. 🙂
This photo of JJ I took when we had a shopping day together and he was waiting for me to finish in a shop. He had just bought some new art supplies, so to fill in the time he had a sketch.I am happy I got this layout done to tell the story of how he loves art!
I decided on a 12×12 size layout for this one. I stamped my background, added the chevron arrow instead of the border, I already had the title on the photo and I used a photo mat and a few embellies to make the photo size a little bigger. I used all Stampin’ Up! products on my layout except for the paper clip I used as a photo corner on the top tight hand side. I used the sketch as a guide and created my layout in my style and to how I wanted it.
I hope you enjoy this challenge and don’t forget you have till Midnight 12/12 to upload your layout to here in this album.
Happy Scrapping x