We did a life drawing class for a friend’s hen do. I’ve saved my appalling art work, wondering how to fit it into a scrapbook layout.
I love this Timeless Texture paper stack from Die Cuts with a View. It’s just so incredibly useful!! I use it for just about every brightly coloured layout I make.
I makes a perfect base when I want the focal image to be the star of the show. Because the patterns are very subtle.
Scrapbook Page Title
My terrible art work didn’t leave much room for a title.
I had some old alphabet stickers that matched the colour scheme pretty well so I put those to work.
The title is just sport of hanging out in the corner.
Products I’ve Used
Linking Up To: Paper Shelter Challenge #487 – Two Colours – Simon Says: Not A Card – Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge #416 – Make Your Mark – Crafty Sentiments Anything Goes – Through the Craft Room Challenge – Anything Goes – Penny’s Challenge #507 – Paperbabe Stamps Challenge #153 ~ Anything Goes – Creative Fingers Challenge #216 – Cardz TV Anything Goes Challenge #151 – As You Like It Challenge Favourite Non-Card Project (and why)
I like crafting projects which have a purpose beyond being simply decorative. Cards are given away to show someone they are loved and thought of. Scrapbook pages are kept to preserve memories. I frame my favourites and display them on my walls.
I do hope you have enjoyed having a peak at my latest scrapbook layout.
Please feel free to use my handmade crafts to inspire your own creations, pin it to your Pinterest for later.
A Little Bit About Me . . .
Thank you so much for stopping by my corner little of the interweb. I’m Bridie, mum to two small humans, full time homemaker and full time craftaholic – which totally explains why I’m always short on time!
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