Gorgeous complimentary or stand-alone kits! You can find them HERE at Fairy Tale Scraps - Opening 1st March!! Template for Family LO is from Girlboheme Studios. Talking of which, there will be lots of great challenges and fun things happening there next week, so do pop along and join in! TFL! Bernie x
Here's my 2nd LO using this fabulous kit! HERE's a link to the store at Sunflower Scrap where the kit will appear very soon!! Don't miss it as it's full to the brim with utter loveliness!! Thank you, again, Elena, for letting me create these pages with your wonderful kit! Bernie x
What a lovely kit this was to play with! You can find it HERE! Suitable for a whole range of themes! Short and sweet post today as I've not got much time left before the school run! Mum and I did a couple of hours decluttering today, so I need a little rest now!!! TFL! Bernie x
For both LOs I used Spinky Dink Scraps' kit That Kind of Love (amazing how different things look when recoloured!!). I also used Heartfelt by JennCK Designs for the Scraplift LO. You can find them HERE and HERE at Scrapable!
I 'lifted 'I Love Music' by Dana Tatar - see her page here - and used a new kit from Secret Garden creations. It's a Collab. with Litabells Designs and is called Heartfelt. You can get it HERE at Scrap It Sassy! Complete bargain as it's on sale at the moment, LOL!! As you can see there are some gorgeous papers and elements in there!
I loved this kit - Be An Arteest by TMA Designs available at Faith Sisters HERE - so much that I decided to use it again for this Scraplift Challenge! I 'lifted 'Eye Candy' by Sarah Nolan HERE. My head's all over the place atm thinking about moving house stuff, so doing a scraplift was a great distraction, and not too taxing!!!
Just LOOK at the gorgeous colours in this kit! You can grab it HERE! I responded to a OKC at DST and made this LO! I LURVED working with such a bright kit and even had a bit of a play with the photo to bring out the bright burnt orange colour of the guitar! The quality of the elements and papers in the kit is very high. I was esp. impressed with elements that involved folded paper or card, or torn edges. I'd like to thank Lynn for the opportunity of working with her kit, and I shall def try to visit Faith Sisters forum more often!
You can grab this lovely minikit HERE! I loved using this! I blended 2 papers to get that gorgeous coral/orange colour that matched the photo perfectly! Evie looks so determined in this photo, that her strong will yet gentle nature makes me wonder what lies ahead for her!!
oh you NEED this beautiful kit! the cornflower blues in here are to die for - SO pretty!! GRAB IT HERE!!! It's only $2 - waaaaaay too cheap IMO for all the loveliness that's inside! As usual, Aimee has outdone herself with the unique elements in this kit, and such beautifully coloured and textured papers! Thanks for letting me play Aimee!!
I made this page to celebrate Evie's First Confession on 30th January. There will be another page soon to celebrate Antoinette's Mass of Enrolement for Confirmation, which was the same weekend!
Here's my offering for the CT Contest this month! I had great fun playing around with the elements in this kit! First I enlarged the b/g paper a LOT, to bring out the beautiful texture in it! Then I used the flame element to form a border, and clipped the edge of the brown paper to it (the edges are darker). Then I used one of the candles to clip more brown paper to, to create the wavy paper mats behind the photo. I also clipped the number 2 element to the candle as well to make the lighter brown, 2-tone strip of paper. I beheaded the balloons to have the string! I clipped the creamy coloured flower to the hearts element, and finally, I extracted the creamy stripes from a candle and used them to make the twisted string! Just a stroke of an enlarged flower element made a background detail to take off the plainness of the b/g! Phew! Think that's everything!!
Although I hate having my photo taken, thi sone that Evie took was too good not to get on a page for her!!!
Being in the UK, a Thanksgiving kit would not usually be my first choice, LOL, but I'm g;ad to have worked with this one! The colours are lovely and will be perfect for Autumn LOs, and there are some gorgeous elements in there! In the first LO, I put a piece of paper behind the flowered frame in the kit, merged them and used that as a mask for the photo! I like the unique shape! The second page was inspired by an advert, and I love the clean lines and simplicity of it!
So! Grab yourself a nifty little kit HERE! It's on sale at the moment too!!
Such a lovely kit! You can grab it HERE! LOs of my eldest, Antoinette. I have fewer photos of her atm as she's a typical teenager and doesn't like her picture taken, but I loved these 2 from when the snow was around!
I 'lifted Jona Panesa's lovely LO HERE! (Scroll down!). It's a great design, and I really enjoyed myself layering up the elements there!!! So glad I spotted this challenge on UKScrappers! Not often I get time to do scrapping just for fun, so it was great!!! Thanks for the challenge gals!
Credits: I bought 2 new kits today and was dying to use them...Angelica and My Dark Valentine from Designs by Denise available at Scrap It Sassy HERE!
This LO has quite surprised me...it's a real labour of love, LOL! The challenge was to scrap something that rekindles your inner soul or something you love. I din't want to go down the obvious route of photos of the kids or DH, LOL, and so I ended up with tiny flashes of ideas running around in my head for hours this afternoon and evening! Once Evie was in bed, I sat on the pooter for a while, and started looking at some of the digi kits for sale for Haiti. It really amazed me how many are out there, and all the work that's gone into them, as most seem to be collabs. (that I've seen). Then I saw one masive collab kit that had the work of 56 designers inside. Just imagine! 56 people all submitting work and someone having to colate it all, out it in some kind of order! All the link checking and preview-making. And that's without the origianl art work of the designers!!!! Suddenly the tiny flashes formed into one BIG flash of inspiration!!!
I used 2 kits from Secret Garden Creations - Brighten Up and Redefined - which I purchased at Clean Line Graphics (where there also happens to be a sale on, so get over there FAST and pick up these gorgeous kits!!!!)
The photo is from amcatholic.files.wordpress.com.
I didn't want to use one of the photos available of individuals being pulled from rubble, so went for a more general photo that seemed to sum up what I was trying to say. Various people there, all pulling together to help fellow humans who were suffering. The few that are in the pic represent the whole world's peoples doing whatever we are able to help.
The quote I found seemed so appropriate and so true in this situation, I had to use it!
I used larger, 'spiky' stitching to illustrate the harshness of the situation; the little metal cube with a heart to show the love from round the world; and the little butterfly for hope.
Off to bed now! Thank goodness I managed to get this down on 'paper', as it was starting to annoy me those little flashes of ideas that won't stop until you've made something!!!