Spring is over and
summer is creeping in. Hope you all are enjoying this weather. Today, I would
like to share with you a layout that I have created for Sketchabilties 140 using
lots and lots of paper layerings, stamps sprays punching and inkings. Fun HUH?
What a scissor for.. he he. Without further adiu, Here is what my layout looks
After a few
months break, I'm back, I hope now regularly come back with various creation.
Today I want to show you what I made for two challenges blog Scrap Africa with
and Frosted designs to use Felt, Fabric, Burlap and / or Lace on your
card, layout, mixed media or project off the page !! I used a photograph of my
7 month old grandson he loves his picture book and his mother taught him to
recognize animals. I hope you like what I've made.
Thank you for stopping by and for any comments left behind
Still have been able
to join with February love challenge at Berry7Bleu
This challenge has
Specifically about the things you love - no restrictions! I used a picture of
my daughter and her husband who became last year November parents of a baby
boy, the three important people that I love in my life, especially my grandson.
I was inspired by the
picture of the butterfly and the color of the birds and the color of
I chose this picture
as symbol (the bra) for women who are fighting at the moment against breast
cancer. I am one of the women, and what word is important to me in 2015, ( Time
) time flies and life can be short, if I look sometimes around me. it goes well
with me I respond very well to medication and treatments. Time is precious but
I enjoy even more of the little things around me.
With this layout, I want to to participate in the challenges of
Here is my
contribution to the chalenges 131 from Sketchabilities this time there is a
collaboration with the challenge blog of WW1 (white whith one) your layout
needs to be at least 85% of white PLUS the one Specified color (Placid Blue)
AND Black can be used (approx 5%) for journalling / stamping or accenting but
it was not to be the predominant color on your page, and here's my take.