Thursday, December 1, 2011
I decided to challenge myself a little on this one. Since I was away on a Scrapbooking Retreat with minimal products I didn't have the luxury to fuss around with my normal amount of stash, so I decided to use one sheet of patterned paper along with a sheet of cardstock, oh a little bit of cheating using another piece of scrap laying around on my table. Here is what I created.
White Bazzil cardstock which I applied random white paint to, I then used a Prima Mask and spritzed with Mel's Diner and Lime Twist. I used one sheet of MME Rosy "Remember" Lovely paper including the cut off strip. I decided to bring along my nestabilities, focring me to actually make some use of them, Tear Drop Circles I also used these on the scrap from the MME range.
Since I am not huge fan of tons of flowers I opted to leave these off. My flower/ribbon is made from seam binding that I spritzed and scrunched and topped off with a hand made embellishment.
Other products are from: Hambly transparency, Martha Steward Butterfly Punch, Sizzix Tim Holtz Banner die and Xcut Looped Fringe border punch. Prima Pearls, Bazzill Brads and Fancy Pants rubons.
And before I forget check out the following, this is a Design Team Call for an Ebook that Creative Sketches are putting together.
We are excited to share with you today
that we will be creating an ebook of sketches!
"Being Creative with Sketches"
A publication you can download and print yourself or just save it to your iPhone, or iPad and use it as you wish! Limited printed copies will also be available.
The first issue of this ebook will feature exclusive sketches created for you! Sketches will be created by the founder of Creative Scrappers, Kristine Davidson.
We would love to see your application to be published in our first ever eBook! To submit your application to be considered for publication send the following -
email to Kristine@Creative-Scrappers.com
Subject line - CS eBook
Please include your name, your email address, blog address or gallery and of course attach 2-3 of your layouts so we can get an idea of your scrappy style.
Thanks for looking and I hope you can find some time to play along.