Monday, July 27, 2015

Prom shadowbox

Hello my blog readers!

This past Saturday I was able to carve out some "me time" and made this layout with a picture from Lila's prom photo shoot. I printed it few weeks ago hoping that I will find some time to work on it.

First of all I have to give a credit to Neta Gafni for the gorgeous picture.

Supplies: carstock (unknown), patterned paper (Teresa Collins), letters (American Crafts), film ribbon (Tim Holtz), heart and border punch (Fiskars), jewels (Recollections), ink (Tim Holtz)

I used a sketch from Scrappy Hands blog,

From the beginning I planned to use a shadow box and lots of layers. I cut few strips of paper, inked the edges and used layers of foam tape to make the waves.

The film ribbon is curled and stapled to the page.

I couldn't get a good picture of the shadow box you can get an idea. I plan to do two smaller boxes with the pictures from the same photo shoot for Lila's room.

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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Time to celebrate - Scrappy Hands "Clock" challenge

Hello, my dear blog readers!

This is going to be a quick post. I just wanted to share a card I made for the Scrappy Hands new challenge. The theme is "clock".

I used some oldies on this one - Heidi Swapp chipboard. I also added a doily and few punched out birdies. The sentiment was designed in Silhouette Studio and cut from vinyl.

Stop by the blog to see how other DT members were inspired by this challenge and share your take with us.

Fave a wonderful week!

Monday, July 6, 2015

Scrappy Hands Challenge #42 - Animals

Hello my dear blog readers! I made a layout! Finally! LOL

The theme for the new Scrappy Hands challenge is animals so I just had to use a picture from our recent visit to the Toledo Zoo.

I used a mix of papers from the BoBunny Zoology line and a custom kit made for Milwaukee Public Zoo by Scrapbook Customs.

I added pearl dots with Liquid pearls in Buttercup, Rouge and Silver.

The letter stickers are by Simple Stories.

One zoo picture done, gazillion more to go :)

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