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In the last week and a half I am organizing my new scrap room/home office - unpacking, moving furniture, deciding what goes where.I think I am about 80% done. I forgot how great it feels to have an organized space. The work is not done yet (where are my crafting mats and my Revolution??) but I felt like I have to "test" my new space and make a layout.
I picked a picture that Eli brought from school. His speech teacher Mrs. Peterson took it and sent it home (I already love Mrs. Peterson!). I used sketch 31 from "Yotzot mehakavim" blog and new "Rough and Tumble" collection by Samantha Walker for Carta Bella.
Hello my dear blog readers.Weeks pass by and I still can't get back to that place where I was able to devote few hours a week doing what I love the most - playing with paper. But today I do have something to share. I really stepped out of my comfort zone here and made 4 mini canvases. I was inspired by a special person I know. Her name is Carrie and I made this thinking about her. I am not sure what I think about the final results. I have this strange thing, I always like my layouts but usually I am very critical of myself when I am trying to do something different. But I enjoyed working on this project very much.
This month I host the Scrap It Girl Challenge. The challenge is to use stencils (check the picture of the prize pack on my left side bar!) I used 4 different types of stencils here, one of them (letter C) I cut out using Silhouette Cameo. I used Faber Castell gelatos, glitter glaze and modeling paste, mist, inks and sharpie.
I snapped few pictures along the process.
Check what other DT members did using stencils and don't forget to submit your project.