Hello crafty friends, Sarah here with a layout for the Scrapping Fun Easter Moodboard challenge. I had this photo of my son from last year where he was so proud of the hand painted Easter bag he had made at day care, we took a photo on the front verandah when he got home. This was perfect for this challenge. Lets take a look at the Moodboard.
This layout is on a Kraft background and I added some Dylusions paints to the edges to not only pick up on the Moodboard colours, but the painted effect of the Easter bag in the photo. I used the Scrapping Fun March embellishment kit to embellish the layout. This kit is so beautiful and is perfect for noth only an Autumn theme but also an Easter theme. Lets take a close look at some of the cut aparts.
The papers are just divine, with small, delicate Easter themed print and that washi tape…oh my! I just LOVE it!!!. I tore the papers and matted the photo on top of the paper cluster.
The Easter egg buttons are just beautiful – here I have adhered one down and layered the other with foam tape so it sat up off the page. The layout was completed with some of the little plastic coloured eggs (so cute!) and I called it done.
I hope you enjoyed this layout and be quick to purchase you March embellishment kit from Scrapping Fun Kits!
Hello crafty friends, I have two layouts for you from the Scrapping Fun Back to School kit – one of my favorite kit topics to scrap given the amount of school / kinder activities that occur throughout the year. Whether this be school excursions, first days, award presentations etc etc.
The inclusions within this kit are such value for money – the beautiful washi tapes, flair buttons, papers and more are all gorgeous. Here is my second layout of my youngest son’s first day of kinder for this year.
Also I had some date stamp issues on this one, I thought it still worthy of sharing it. Check out all of the finer details about these layouts at https://scrappingfunkits.blogspot.com.au/
Hello crafty friends, just a quick note to say how blessed I am working with two Design teams that collaborate and support my creativity. Today I am sharing on the Memory Maze blog some of my Documenting December pages completed for Scrapping Fun Kits that used the gorgeous chipboard pieces from Memory Maze.
I wont go in to too much detail here, but check it out on the Memory Maze blog at https://memorymazedesign.blogspot.com.au/. Thanks for stopping by! Until next time…
Hello crafty friends, I am here again with a second layout using the fabulous February Scrapping Fun embellishment kit. With two layouts down, there is still so many embellishments left in this kit….such great value!
This is a photo of my two boys holding hands one evening as we went for a walk. With any children, it’s nice to capture these kind moments to one another when they happen and documenting them for future memories. This is an 8.5X11 inch layout for my family album.
As in my last layout for the Scrapping Fun February embellishment kit, I created colour in the background using my gelli plate. This time it was a round plate using Brushos. Brushos are a highly pigmented powder water colour that is activated with water. I tapped some Brusho powder on to my gelli plate and activated it with my water brush. I then flipped the plate over and pressed on to the Kaisercraft cardstock. See below for pictures of how this was done. Be sure to dry in betweebn each colour application. The colours I chose were to pick up on the colours in my son’s shorts in the photo.
I matted the photo on some crinkled, red tissue paper. The heading is positioned on some washi from the kit and the LOVE is a cut out also from the embellishment kit. The green puffy letter stickers are from D-Lish Scraps.
I hope you enjoyed this layout and will be sure to get all your embellishment needs at the Scrapping Fun website at http://scrappingfunkits.blogspot.com.au
Hello crafty friends, I am here today with the February embellishment kit from Scrapping Fun Kits. Wow, what a fantastic kit this is!
The February embellishment kit is not only great for those ‘love’ themed pages, but would be fantastic for card making or those off the page projects. For this layout, I have used an 8.5X11 inch page os Kaisercraft cardstock and have created a February cover page for my 2017 family album (yes, I am still working on 2017!).
For the background I used some Jane Davenport Brights collection water colours on my small gelli plate (3X5 inch from Gelli Arts) and stamped this on to the cardstock. See below for how this was done. This was the first time I had used these watercolours and LOVE them! The colours are so vibrant! I printed one colour at a time and allowed it to dry before printing the next one. This ensures that the colours do not mix and turn to a muddy colour.
The photo of my husband and myself was double matted on the gorgeous heart paper provided in the kit. I then added the LOVE bingo cut apart under the photo to the right. The LOVE paperclip was added to the photo….perfect! Lets take a closer look (dont mind the paint I got on one of the heart veneers – I am such a messy creator!). The puffy letter stickers are from D-Lish Scraps.
I hope you enjoyed this layout. Be sure to get your February kit or subscribe so you dont miss out at http://scrappingfunkits.blogspot.com.au. Until next time….
Hello crafty friends, Sarah here for Scrapping Fun Kits with a Travellers Notebook layout for you using the Scrapping Fun TN kit.
For this layout I was inspired by ‘Love to Scrap On’s Traveler’s Notebook monthly challenge, as pictured below.
For the background page of this layout I used the most gorgeous pink floral vellum from the TN kit. The black and white polka dot tag was a lovely contrast to the paler background. This was cut in half (with a little more cut off to add to the top right hand corner) and positioned behind my photo. The chipboard ‘Hi’ I inked black and added some of the cut out roses for embellishing.
To get ready for the launch of the TN kits by Scrapping Fun, you can sign up to subscribe by clicking here.
I hope you liked my layout and if you havent tried it already, why not give the Travelers Notebook size a go for your next layout!
Hello crafty friends, Sarah here with another brooch card special, this time using some of the wooden veneer pieces from Memory Maze Lasercuts.
These wooden pieces are so versatile – great for cards, scrapbook layouts and my love of brooches! It’s good to remember that almost any of the chipboard pieces on the website can also be cut in wood.
Let’s jump right in to it…this first one is a 3×3 inch card with a gorgeous cupcake on it. This cupcake is also available in this same design in a yellow acrylic.
The next card is using a the gorgeous swirly owl. In fact for those owl lovers out there, Memory Maze has a wide variety of owl die cuts. They can be viewed online here.
As you can see in this photo, the deer head (as per my last blog post) is also featured.
The next one is the skull bulb – isnt this so cool?
There are many more designs and examples of brooch cards I have….may share some more later if you’d like to see them? Be sure to leave me a comment and let me know your thoughts….until next time!
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