Hello, Lovely Scrappers! I'd like to ask you to join a challenge in Scrapbook Challenges. We are moving to a new site, so please check and register if needed! So much challenges and nice inspiring people around the world here.
Here's my LO for the challenge:
First of all, I created this LO after looking and totally inspired by Dinah's LO in here. Thanks, Dinah! You're awesome! Dinah is my sweet friend in SC Design Team. I love how you use the numbers in alpha stickers, I had no clue how to use it and your LO came to the rescue!
For the product challenge this time, I'd like you to open up your scrapbook box and treasure tools! Let's play using the following products: - patterned papers - alpha (stickers or chipboard or simply alphabet cuts-outs leftovers) - stamps and ink ( I used 2 kinds: one at the top of the picture and the other at the bottom of it) - punches ( I used border punch) - flowers (handmade, store-bought, paper, fabric, buttons, any kind of flowers!) - cut-outs ( there are some butterflies) - rope (or yarn for accent details)
I made this special album for a special auntie who inspire me to love crafts.
When I was a kid, she made me dresses.
She cut my hair. She dressed me up.
I loved watching her sewing her own children handmade baby clothes. She's really talented.
And lots of her talents, go with her daughters as well. Here's her eldest daughter blog, who's now turning a really talented digital designer. You can visit her wonderful creations. Please meet, Vera.
Here's the cover of the album. I put two handmade flowers on.
Here's the close-up.
The second and third page are fairly in soft colors. I used Prima Marketing brick masking, Ranger's Distressed Ink Tattered Rose. On the other page, I used Prima Flower plastic packaging. I reuse it. Too beautiful for being a trash. That way I am not trashing the climate either. Win-win solution, right? :)
Here I used Technique Tuesday Clear Stamp by Ali Edward, one of my favorite scrappers. :)
I made handmade ribbon flowers, by using a circle cardstock as the background, and simply put the ribbon in a circular motion, and some glue, starting from the edge.
I stamped green circle background using a clear stamp from Little Yellow Bicycle.
Notice the green leaves, they are made of another Prima Marketing packaging.
Another reason why I love using Prima Products, is because I can use almost everything from the pack! :)
I cut them using Carl Crafts's dies.
Curling up paper pieces is fun and creating different look and mood of a paper.
Simple, easy and turned out wonderful!
I love this part so much!
The flowers, I did some fussy cutting and added some UTE clear embossing ink.
I dried it up using heating tool.
Here's the close-up of the birdie clear stamp.
And here's the close up of the handmade flowers I made using paper, beads and chalk ink box.
Here's the last page of the album. I put quite a big space for a bigger picture here.