Monday, February 25, 2008
Sunday, February 24, 2008
The old was the polka dot paper, vellum, and discover rub-on, and the new was....everything else!
Monday, February 18, 2008
1.)Pull out scrapping supplies that you absolutely love and that are more than one year old. (You know that you have these!!)
2.) Grab the stuff you bought on your last scrapbooking shopping trip.
3.) Use both old and new products on one layout.
In addition to posting your layout here you can also post it at memorymakersmagazine.com/masterschallenge
Sunday, February 17, 2008
My base color was the red/violet and green was my contrasting color. (Although you can't really see my green in this photo.) Red/Violet cardstock is Bazzill and the green cardstock is unknown. Patterned paper came from Michael's Christmas Slab from last year. I got this idea from Ali Edwards book, Life Artist - I used a square punch to take parts of all the Christmas pictures/cards I received at Christmas time and placed them in a slanted grid. -JillyBean-
Saturday, February 16, 2008
My first color was a blue grey...which I didn't have in my supply! So, I grabbed the acrylic paints and made my own! And my contrasting color was orange! I added text to the photo in Photoshop. The font was ddwords, downloaded from www.donnadowney.com. The letter stickers are vinyl orange Thickers from American Crafts. And the bling...came in the circles, cool colors...FROM ME & MY BIG IDEAS..."icons". The patterned paper border is from the HUGE My Mind's Eye Kaleidoscope/Wild Asparagus pack that were available at COSTCO last year. After I tacked down the border with adhesive....I stitched it down with my sewing machine!! My personal goal this year is to actual stich onto my pages with something more than just rub ons!!