Sketches4All's Hosted Monthly Challenge for November:

For my current/on-going November 2011 "Dessert, Coffee or Tea Inspired By Challenge 1" at Sketches4All, click here.

MIGRATING TO A NEW BLOG:

Please find me at my new blog: Creo by Lady Katutz at http://creobyladykatutz.blogspot.com/

I'll be synchronizing blogposts here ("Let's Get Scrappy!") and at my new blog (Creo by Lady Katutz) from today until December 31, 2011.

By 2012, I'll be leaving this blog and will be residing or continuing my blogging at my new website address.

I would greatly appreciate it if you could drop by and follow me at my new blogging home at http://creobyladykatutz.blogspot.com/

Feel free to leave a comment or feedback as to my new blog home.

Thanks in advance!!

Kath

Monday, October 31, 2011

'Falaknuma Palace' LO for Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #91: Sassy Girls

Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #91 is "Sassy Girls".  You could submit any project as long as it fits the challenge theme.  Winner to be drawn randomly with sponsor prize of 3 images from Sassy Studios Designs Tues, Nov. 8, 2011 at US timezone.  Participants have until Sun., Nov. 6, 2011 to link their entries at the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog.

Wanting to scrap family travel photos, I found this challenge apt for (1) of my photos taken while on a trip to India.  This was taken at a Palace in Hyderabad and what a chance it was to play with Sassy Studio Designs fairy tale images.  I chose the Princess Aurora image for my layout with Bo Bunny papers.  Please take a look below:


SUPPLIES: Paper: Bo Bunny, Cardstock: Star Paper Corp., Digi Image: Sassy Studio Designs’ ‘Princess Aurora Honey’, Trim: Webster’s Pages, Crystal Bird: Prima, TOOLS: Paper Shapers: Provo Craft.

Drop by Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog and join in on the fun with the Sassy Girls Challenge. ;-)

CHALLENGES ENTERED:


1.  Crafts 4 Eternity R#43 – Magical or Mystical Theme Recipe  
2.  Delightful Challenge – Colour Challenge: Purple, Orange, Green & Black  
3.  For Your Inspiration – Photo Inspiration  

Thursday, October 27, 2011

"Passion For Life" Gate Fold Card for CropStop

It's the last challenge for the month of October at CropStop.  This week's Challenge #43 is to "Make a Card Using a Unique Fold".

For this challenge, I decided to create a Gate Fold Card with (2) selected sticker quotes inside the card.  A Heart Songs Inspirations' digi image which was paper pieced is the main focus of the card.  With this card, I re-created a french window with a view opening to a room with flowers in a pitcher standing on a table near the said window. . . It's a view from a person looking in from outside.

The 1st sticker quote reads:  "It's a fabulous day for believing in all of your dreams coming true, It's a wonderful day for reflecting on how great it is to be you."  Another sticker quote reads:  "It's a wonderful day!  Feel it, smell it, taste it, hear it, breathe it, wear it, dance it, sing it. . . Just do what makes you happy!".  The card finishes off with a stiquote title: "Passion for Life".



SUPPLIES: Cardstock: Papermania, Paper: Star Paper Corp., Stiquote: All About Scrapbooking (Hallmark, Inc.), Digi Image: Heart Songs Inspiration, Other: Art Paper, Pattern Paper, TOOLS: Craft Knife: Tim Holtz, Punch: Martha Stewart.


I would like to share with you a CropStop 10% off (no minimum purchase required) discount code: CTCH-2Use the discount code when checking out your purchases.  To shop at CropStop, click here.


Winner of the Challenge #43 will be announced Fri., November 4, 2011 at US timezone (EST). 

Come & join in on the fun! Good luck!!

CHALLENGE ENTERED:
Lawnscaping Challenge #20 – Paper Piecing  

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Weeks 5-7 of Colorful Creations' Last Man Standing - So You Think You Can Scrap

Sadly, I would like to share the news that I've been eliminated from the Colorful Creations' "So You Think You Can Scrap" or formerly "Last Man Standing" Competition.  I went overboard with their week 7 challenge requirements and thus I'm now officially out of the running.  

I guess the 7 continuous weeks of scrapping with them wasn't that bad.  But I was actually counting on staying on until the months of November to December.  I guess I was too zealous with last week's challenge.  

Anyway, that was it for me!  I just have to learn to accept my elimination. {sigh}  The same goes with the other fellow scrappers who got eliminated with me. 

Let me now share with you my submitted creations for October's Week 5 - 7 challenges:

5th Week
Create a layout with something you fear/phobia.
Use 3 or more Halloween themed pattern papers.
Journaling must be 25 words.
A photo of yourself or your fear/phobia.


6th Week
Create a 12x12 Calendar Inspired Scrapbook layout.
Your LO must showcase 7 days within 1 month
(choose from June, July, August, September)

7th Week
Create a layout of 100 items.
Composed of 10 different items with 10 items each.
Making it a total of 100 items all in all
(This is where I got eliminated for coming up with a total of 102 items.)

I guess, I'll be taking a rest from scrapping until the end of the year. . . with fewer demands for me to scrap having almost complied with all my DT duties for my current term and with this competition now out of the way.  But who knows what will come my way towards the end of the last quarter of 2011.  

Probably  . . . be looking for an extended term with my current commitments or new beginnings with other teams or just have Rest and Recreation waiting for what the Christmas Season may bring with family and friends in tow.  I just can't wait!!

Monday, October 24, 2011

"Gimme Candy" LO for Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #90: Halloween or Harvest

Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #90 is "Halloween or Harvest".  You could submit any project as long as it fits the challenge theme.  Winner to be drawn randomly with sponsor prize of $10 voucher to Just Some Lines Tues, Nov. 1, 2011 at US timezone.  Participants have until Sun., Oct. 30, 2011 to link their entries at the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog.

Here's my 6x12 Halloween LO:
It's my little niece's 2nd Halloween in a different country where they are now settling as a family.  She's dressed up as a pumpkin just for the event.  She had some scary photos but she was brave enough to go through with it and continue going even in the evening.  I guess she must have appreciated all the decors and costumes.  And had come to appreciate them unlike scared little me. lol


Drop by Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog for more inspiration.  

Enjoy the Halloween!!  Me?  I think I'll continue staying away from any halloween funfare.  Thanks, but that's just me.  I could only create a Halloween LO that's the best that I can do with the occasion.  Here's me saying trick or treat!!  Maybe I'd be lucky to win a challenge with this LO . . . that's me asking for treats . . . hehehe.  Tah!


CHALLENGES ENTERED:

Papertake Weekly Challenge – Spooooky Hues   (GDT) 
Crafting for All Seasons Challenge #12 – Halloween or a Colour Challenge  
Samuel Taylor’s October Challenge – Halloween (Prize: Tim Holtz Configuration Box)  
Sassy Studio Designs thurs #95 – Halloween Challenge  

Fashionista Friday #94 – Halloween or Fall  
Poodle’s Parlour – Spooky Halloween  
Craft Your Days Away Challenge #31 – Halloween Colours  
Just Some Lines – Halloween Theme

Creative Inspirations Paint Inspired By Halloween  
Stamptacular Sunday Challenge #135: Black, Orange, Purple & Scary Too! - the Title: Gimme Candy is popped up. . .
Cupcake Inspirations Challenge #133 – Photo Inspiration  

Sunday, October 23, 2011

2 LOs & 2 Cards Published at SNR (September 2011 issue)

The 30 days exclusive publication rights of SNR over my 4 creations has lapsed.  And now, I can finally share with you which of my previous creations were indeed published at Scrapbook News and Review (SNR) September 2011 issue.  They are as follows:

 
 (details below as appeared at the ezine under 
Scrapbooking Calls: Sewing Section)
Phonebanker by Kathleen Hernandez Supplies Patterned Paper: K&Co.; Letter Stickers: American Crafts; Tape Measure: Cosmo Cricket; Chipboard: Dusty Attic, Digi Stamps: The Crafty Pad; Thread: DMC; Sketch: Nanne Harry of Stuck On Us Sketches; Other: lace, flowers, glittering stones, handstitching.
(To view LO details on a previous blogpost here, click here.) 

(details below as appeared at the ezine under 
 Scrapbooking Calls: Color of the Month: Pink/Rose Section)
Together by Kathleen Hernandez Supplies Patterned Paper: Daisy D's; Chipboard letters: American Crafts; Digi Image: Phooka; Other: doily, buttons, flower, ribbon.
(To view LO details on a previous blogpost here, click here.)


(details below as appeared at the ezine under  
Cards & Stamping Inspiration: Letters and Numbers Section)
Inspire by Kathleen Hernandez Supplies Cardstock: Star Paper, Patterned Paper: Studio Calico; Image: Meljen's; Glitter Glue: Leeho; Pen: Parker, American Crafts; Sketch: Gloria Stengel of CropStop; Other: Sentiment, paper clips
(To view card details on a previous blogpost here, click here.)

(details below as appeared at the ezine under 
 Cards & Stamping Inspiration: Sewing Section)
Thinking of You by Kathleen Hernandez Supplies Cardstock: Star Paper, Patterned Paper: Nikki Sivils; Digital Stamp: Fresh Brewed Designs; Rhinestones: Queen and Company; Thread: DMC; Colored Pencils: Colleen.
(To view card details on a previous blogpost here, click here.)

Thursday, October 20, 2011

"Whooo Wants Candy?" LO for CropStop

I've never got to enjoy Halloween. .  . maybe becoz it's not celebrated in our community though it's getting popular among other areas of Manila but still we opt not to participate.  We're merely contented on looking at fantastic displays or decorations for the Halloween at malls and selected areas that do participate on the event.

Thus, it's quite difficult for me to turn in a Halloween creation for the challenge at CropStop.  This week's Challenge #42 is "Halloween".  I had to rely on the photos shared by a relative who had migrated to another country that do celebrate the occasion.  I chose the petite photos of my cousin's little daughter on her 1st Halloween in another country. . .


SUPPLIES: Paper: Bo Bunny, Star Paper Corp., Dew Drops: Robin’s Nest, Sticker: Bo Bunny, TOOLS: Paper Shapers: Provo Craft.

CROPSTOP SUPPLIES:  Sunkissed Tear Drops & Mounting Squares  
DESIGN NOTES:  I made use of 6x12 paper for my LO, layered papers underneath my photo & mimicked weaving with my purple art papers underneath the photo also.  The dew drops called "Sunkissed Tear Drops" were added as finishing touches to the LO.


I would like to share with you a CropStop 10% off with no min purchase required discount code: CTCH-2Use the discount code when checking out your puchases.  To shop at CropStop, click here.



Winner of the Challenge #42 will be announced Fri., October 28, 2011 at US timezone (EST).  

Come & join in on the fun! Good luck!!

CHALLENGES ENTERED:
1.    Alphabet Challenge Blog JFF – S for Soon Be Halloween  
2.    Crafts 4 Eternity R#41 – Colour Recipe: Orange and Purple  
3.    Craft Your Days Away Challenge #31 – Halloween Colours  
4.    Drunken Stampers Challenge #76 – Halloween  
5.    Just Us Girls #106 – Colour Our World  
6.   One Stop Craft Challenge Week #153 – Halloween

7.   Crafty Boots Challenges: Autumn or Halloween  
8.   Creative Stamp Friends Challenge #36 – Halloween  
9.   Paper Creations Ink Challenge #11 – Halloween Theme  
10. Paper Pretties Monday Challenge – Halloween!  
11. Stamp Fairy – Spooky, Scary or just Fun Halloween 

12. Papertake Weekly Challenge – Spooooky Hues   (GDT) 
14. PaperCraft Star Challenge #67 – Trick or Treat  
15. Crafting for All Seasons Challenge #12 – Halloween or a Colour Challenge  
16. Samuel Taylor’s October Challenge – Halloween (Prize: Tim Holtz Configuration Box)  
17. Sassy Studio Designs thurs #95 – Halloween Challenge  

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Faux Eyelet Tutorial


If you’re like me who still ogle at a fellow scrapper with a Crop-A-Dile or who wouldn’t want to bother with hammering to add an eyelet to your project, you may want to try making use of faux eyelets. They’re easier & less expensive to make. You can still continue creating wonderful projects while saving up for those covetable wonder tools. You just need your trusty Craft Pick to get the show on the road. Below is a brief tutorial:
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Materials Needed:

Craft Pick
Marker - Black Pen or White Paint Pen (You can also make use of wonderful colored gel pens)
Craft Mat


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Instructions:

1. Using White Paint Pen:

a. Prepare your materials (your craft mat, white paint pen & craft pick)

b. Place your cardstock on your craft mat with your craft pick. I chose plain red cardstock for this tutorial. (You can use any colored cardstock. I’d suggest you make use of plain, solid-colored cardstock & not pattern paper. This would make your faux eyelet more visible.)

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c. Pierce your cardstock on the corner – make sure that it’s not so near the corner edge to allot space for your white paint marker. (You have to gauge how big you want the diameter of the tip of your craft pick to go through your cardstock. It depends upon how big or how small you want your pierced hole to be.)

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d. After piercing the corner of your cardstock, draw around the pierced hole with your white paint marker. (Make sure that it is a perfect circle or the closest you can get to a perfect circle with your paint marker.)

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e. If the pierced hole seems to close at a glance, pierce it again with your craft pick. This is the closest you can get to an eyelet.

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2. Using Black Marker:

a. Prepare your materials (your craft mat, black marker & craft pick)

b. Place your cardstock on your craft mat with your craft pick. I chose light plain cardstock with the digital image already printed on the center for a card I previously created. (I chose light colored cardstock since I plan to make use of my black marker for the faux eyelet.)

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c. Pierce your cardstock on the corner. Careful not to pierce near the corner edge. I wanted a bigger hole so I pushed my craft pick till the end.

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d. After piercing, draw around the pierced hole with your black marker – as close to a perfect circle as can be.

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e. Finished with (1) corner, repeat the procedure to the other (3) corners until the (4) corners of your cardstock has faux eyelets.
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f. The finished card:



Monday, October 17, 2011

"Shanghai Memorial Monument" LO for Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #89: Inchies or Squares

Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #89 is "Inchies or Squares on Your Creations - any which way you'd want it!".  You could submit any project as long as it fits the challenge theme.  Winner to be drawn randomly with sponsor prize of 2 images from Heart Songs Designs Tues, Oct. 25, 2011 at US timezone.  Participants have until Sun., Oct. 23, 2011 to link their entries at the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog.

I was stumped as to how to put this photo in an LO.  But with this challenge, I finally found the inspiration for it.  I found the paper August of this year and together with the challenge, the layout was a done deal.

This was the last travel I had with the family abroad.  And I'm hoping for another one this year.  It's been 5 years (i think) and I've been dreaming of another enjoyable moment away from everything (except for my scrapbooking hobby lol).  Praying and hoping soon . . .

Below is my LO:
Title:  SHANGHAI MEMORIAL MONUMENT
SUPPLIES:  Paper: All About Scrapbooking, Metallic Butterflies: All About Scrapbooking, Journaling Pen: Parker, Digi Image: Heart Songs Designs' "Simple Tulip" & "Vintage Blooms", Sketch: Kim Holmes of Imaginisce, Other: Textured Cardstock.

Drop by Kaboodle Doodles for more inspiration.  And don't forget to join in on the fun challenge! =)


CHALLENGES ENTERED:
1.    Digital Tuesday Challenge #132 – Fall Colours  
2.    Paper and Such Design Challenge – Color Challenge 
3.    Fab ‘n’ Funky Challenge #94 – Fall Colours  
4.    Delightful Challenges – Colours of Fall  
5.    Hanna & Friends #115 – Autumn / Halloween  

Friday, October 14, 2011

"Witch's Halloween Card" for Paper Crafting Journey

Hello, everyone!  This is my 2nd and last Guest Designer Spot as a Cardmaker with Paper Crafting Journey (PCJ). 

This week, PCJ Challenge #21 is a colour challenge - orange, black & white.  Since, it's the month of October being the 13th with Halloween around the corner, I decided to create and share a Halloween card.  Mind you, we don't celebrate Halloween in our vicinity.  But I still opted to join the occasion by making this card.  Nope, no costumes for me or any fanfare.  Just this card. =)  Please find my simple Halloween card below:


SUPPLIES: Cardstock: Star Paper Corp., Marker: American Craft, Ink: All About Scrapbooking, Gel Pen: All About Scrapbooking, Dong-A, Tag Board: All About Scrapbooking, White Paint Marker: Zig, Other: Digi Image.


To view the DTs inspirational works, drop by Paper Crafting Journey.  Challenge winner receives sponsor prize from 2 Cute Rubber Stamps.  Hope you'd be so inspired by their works and the color combo to join in on the challenge. =)

CHALLENGES ENTERED:

1.  2 Sisters Challenge #60 – Halloween  
3.  Drunken Stampers Challenge #76 – Halloween  
4.  Cupcake Inspiration Challenge #131 – Halloween Photo Inspiration  
5.  Gingerloft Challenge GL26 – The Color Orange  
6.  Quirky Crafts Challenge #21 – Something Spooky or Recipe  
7.  Sparkles Forum Challenge #22 – Halloween  
8.  Bows and Berries Challenge #11 – Inspiration Photo  
9.  Cupcake Craft #163 – Halloween  
11. Clear It Out – Halloween  
12. Everybody Art Challenge #163 – Halloween  
14. Shopping Our Stash Challenge #21 – Boo are You, Spooky or Orange/Black Combo  
15. Crafts & Me Challenge #56 – Orange  
17. Simon Says Stamp – Halloween / Goth  
18. Hanna & Friends #115 – Autumn / Halloween  
20. Sarah Hurly Challenge #51 – Halloween Horrors
21. Creating Keepsakes Weekly Card Challenge Oct. 23 - 29, 2011

Thursday, October 13, 2011

"Flow'r Girl" LO for CropStop

It's been quite a while since I've attended a wedding.  I have been saving this (1) particular family photo taken at a wedding when my sister and I were still young.  My young sis was the flower girl on this occasion and I was glad to tag along with all of us abiding with the motif of the wedding. . .

This said photo was perfect for CropStop's challenge for this week.  This week's Challenge #41 is "Falling Leaves" where we are to use a leaf or leaves on our creations.  Below is my LO for CropStop:

TITLE: "Flow'r Girl"

SUPPLIES:  Paper: All About Scrapbooking, Foam Alphabet Stickers: All About Scrapbooking, Digi Image: Meljen’s Designs’ ‘Fancy Little Teapot’, Thread: DMC, Brush Marker: Marvy Uchida, Other: Wooden Butterfly, Paper Butterflies, Flowers, Skeleton Leaf, Photo Corners, TOOLS: Glue Shot: Stanley.


I would like to share with you a CropStop 10% off with no min purchase required discount code: CTCH-2Use the discount code when checking out your puchases.  To shop at CropStop, click here.



Winner of the Challenge #41 will be announced Fri., October 21, 2011 at US timezone (EST).  

Come & join in on the fun! Good luck!!

CHALLENGE ENTERED:
1.   Mami Doodles Challenge #35 – Mother Nature  
2.   Stamping with the Dragon – Fall Into Color  
3.   Annabelle Stamps – Say It in Yellow, Lime and Chocolate  
4.   ECP Challenge #48 – Autumn Project  
5.   Our Creative Corner – Fall Color Challenge  
6.   The Crafter’s Café Oct Progressive Challenge – Brown, Yellow and Orange  
7.   Creative Stamp Friends Challenge #35 – Autumn Colors  
11. Stamps R Us Challenge – Autumn / Fall  
12. Riley and Co. – Leaves  
13.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Fall Tag and Cards for Sketches4All

Hello everyone!

It's the start of the FALL LO and CARD CONTEST at SKETCHES4All with Regina Easter's Cutting Cafe as Sponsor.  For Sketches4All's FALL LO and Card Contest rules, click here. To join in on the fun from Oct 10-17, 2011, drop by Sketches4AllBelow are my DT works for the said event:

HAPPY FALL LEAVES TAG

SUPPLIES: Cardstock: Star Paper Corp., Paper: Star Paper Corp., Brown Vine Leaves: All About Scrapbooking, Glittered Dark Brown Autumn Leaf: Robin’s Nest, Happy Fall Sentiment: Cutting Café, Leaves Digi Image with Words: Cutting Café, Other: Yarn.

FALL n HARVEST CARD
 SUPPLIES:  Cardstock: Star Paper Corp., Paper: Star Paper Corp., Bingo Cards: Cutting Café, Glittered Red Autumn Leaf: Robin’s Nest, Other: Glittered Gold Christmas Leaves, TOOLS: Decorative Scissors: Soft Canary.

HOT COCOA FALL CARD

SUPPLIES: Paper: Star Paper Corp., Ribbon: All About Scrapbooking, Red Inchies: All About Scrapbooking, Cup and Saucer Die Cut: All About Scrapbooking, Hot Cocoa Bingo Card: Cutting Café, Other: Art Paper, TOOLS: Decorative Scissors:  Soft Canary.

CHALLENGE ENTERED:

1.  ECP Challenge #48 – Autumn Project 
3.  Stamps R Us Challenge – Autumn / Fall  
 

Monday, October 10, 2011

"Bangkok" LO for Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #88: Leaves

Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #88 is "Leaves (one or too many)".  You could submit any project as long as it fits the challenge theme.  Winner to be drawn randomly with sponsor prize of 4 images from Meljens Designs Tues, Oct. 18, 2011 at US timezone.  Participants have until Sun., Oct. 16, 2011 to link their entries at the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog.

I decided to go with a "Falling Autumn Leaves" as motif of my LO.  And I have just (2) family photos left of a number of years' past trip to Bangkok.  I don't know if it's the right photo to use on my chosen paper but I guess I still went with my original idea or concept.  So, please find my LO below and let me know what you think:


I made use of Meljen's Designs "Triple Cupcake Treat" as my digi image embellie.  It's to remind me of the fabulous breakfast buffet we had in our hotel throughout the duration of our stay there in Thailand.  The buffet was scrumptuous and I could still remember to this day their selection of cupcakes for dessert which we happily indulged in. . . thus, the use of the said digi image on my LO.

Inspiration Sketch
Drop by Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog for more inspiration from the DTs.  And don't be shy on joining in on our challenge.  A Happy Treat to my fellow scrappers!

CHALLENGES ENTERED:

1.    Moving Along With the Times Challenge #119 – Autumn Leaves  
2.    Paper Crafting Journey Challenge #20 – Die Cuts and/or Punches  
3.    Paper Play Challenge Week 40 – Autumnal Colours  
4.    Pixie Dust Studio Challenge #94 – Anything But A Card   
5.    Stamp Insanity SISC77 – Anything but A Card  
6.    For Your Inspiration Challenge #15 – Photo Inspiration

7.    Stampin’ for the Weekend Challenge #18 – Colours of Autumn  
8.    Stampin with the Dragon – Fall Into Color  
9.    ECP Challenge #48 – Autumn Project  
 

Friday, October 7, 2011

Weeks 1-4 of Colorful Creations' Last Man Standing - So You Think You Can Scrap

I've been busy these past few days helping my mom prepare for a party at home aside from the usual errands, getting sick along the way and getting sore about a lot of things.  It's only now that I realized that I forgot to post and share with you guys my past weekly entries at Colorful Creations' "So You Think You Can Scrap" or formerly titled as "Last Man Standing".  

We are on our 5th week this start of October and I've decided to share my first 4 entries last month of September, as follows:

1st Week
Make use of 2 different DIY embellishments
(My flower and paper ribbon are DIYs)
LO Title:  FAMILY

Week 2
Double pager: Use a mirror image of a sketch to make the 2nd half page
LO Title: THANKSGIVING
Week 3
Use a specific time as your LO's title
LO Title:  1:59pm

Week 4
Create a Monochromatic White layout
LO Title:  Illustrado

Thursday, October 6, 2011

"It's A Baby Girl" LO for CropStop

I so wanted to start and finish making my own baby album.  My mom is not so much into a crafting hobby and would be content on just giving her opinion by nodding her head in approval or shaking it in disapproval of my work.  I have been at awe of the lots of baby pages I've seen created by numerous fellow scrappers that I decided to create and have my own.

What I'm sharing with you now is the 1st page of my self baby album, created for CropStopCropStop's challenge #40 is "Dainty Doily". Below is my LO, entitled: "It's A Baby Girl!":

TITLE: "It's A Baby Girl!"

SUPPLIES:  Paper: Making Memories, Star Paper Corp., Flowers: All About Scrapbooking, Foam Words: All About Scrapbooking, Butterflies: Making Memories, All About Scrapbooking, Crown: All About Scrapbooking, Trim: Making Memories, Pearls: Making Memories, Dew Drops: Robin’s Nest, Thread: DMC, Gel Pen: All About Scrapbooking, Journaling Pen: Parker, Other: Cardstock, Doily, TOOLS: Border Punch: Martha Stewart, Paper Shapers: Provo Craft.



I would like to share with you a CropStop 10% off with no min purchase required discount code: CTCH-2Use the discount code when checking out your puchases.  To shop at CropStop, click here.



Winner of the Challenge #40 will be announced Fri., October 14, 2011 at US timezone (EST).  

Come & join in on the fun! Good luck!!


CHALLENGES ENTERED:
1.  Crafts 4 Eternity Recipe Challenge R#39 – Anything Goes  
3.  My Sheri Crafts Challenge #70 – Think Pink  
4.  Heart Songs Inspiration Challenge #18 – Anything Goes  
5.  Incy Wincy Designs Challenge #114 – Think Pink  
6.  The Crazy Challenge CC#87 – Think Pink  
7.  Woodware USA Challenge #46 – Anything Goes  
10.  Just Yolie’s First Annual Link Up for Pink  
11.  Member Rosey’s PINK PINK PINK LO Challenge at Sketches4All  

12.  Digistamps4Joy Challenge #29 – Think Pink  
13.  Fab n Funky Challenge #93 – Die Cut or Punches – used puncher on one side with plain paper  
14.  Pixie Dust Studio Challenge #94 – Anything But A Card  
15.  Stamp Insanity SISC77 – Anything but A Card