For the Scrappit January 2015 Challenge, which needed to include the following:
A) Favourite thing: My son Lachie, my cat Daisy, coffee (the Kaisercraft Cafe Culture papers), chocolate (the Chocolate Chip ink)!
B) Favourite hobby: Scrapbooking
C) Favourite colour: Chocolate brown is one of my favourites
D) A cat: Daisy as a kitten!
Using: Kaisercraft Cafe Culture papers and stamp; Stampin’ Up ink and lace; Crate Paper Portrait Collection stickers; Hot Off The Press rubon alphas; punches.
For the 123 Challenge Blog January 2015 Challenge.
We love catching up with our friends in Albany during the holidays. The kids always have a great time together. This wall at the newly renovated cinemas made an irresistible background for a photo.
Using: Kaisercraft card stock, alphas and rubon; We R Memory Keepers White Out paper; The Crafters Workshop template; Micador water soluble pencils; Stampin’ Up blender pen; Artline fine liner
I made this A4 layout for a friend in memory of her lovely cat. I’ve included a little envelope into which the family can place notes of their favourite memories of Garfield.
I used: Bazill card stock; Kaisercraft Sweet Pea papers and embellishments; Upsy Daisy Designs Sweet Slumber papers; Anna Griffin Lulu rubon alphas; Paper Fields envelope and ribbon from my stash.
For the Sassy Scrappers January 2015 Moodboard Challenge.
My friend Vicki and I did the Color Run in Perth last year. It was wet and messy and we had an absolute ball! We’ve been friends since our kids were babies but this was the first time we have gone away together for the weekend! We had a fabulous time.
I’m happy with how this layout came together. The colours match the photos really well. I stepped out of my very planned style and just plonked embellishments around. As a result my 10 year old son reckoned this is one of the best pages I have done 😉
Using: American Crafts Amy Tangerine Sketchbook and Kaisercraft papers and card stock and co-ordinating stickers; Kaisercraft bling and Color Box inks.
For the Stuck?! Sketches January 1 Challenge.
For this Christmas layout I went with the traditional red and green and used some bits and pieces that have been in my stash for a long time!
Using: Bazill card stock; American Crafts Christmas papers; Francheville, Glam Creations and Portacraft embellishments; Fiskars punch; Stampin’ Up inks; Amy Tangerine stamp; Tattered Angels Silver Glimmer Mist; Kaisercraft and American Crafts rubons.
UPDATE: I was randomly chosen as a winner of a $30 Big Picture Classes voucher!
For the Scrap the Boys January 2015 mood board challenge:
Sometimes mums just have to close their eyes and hope for the best do daring things like riding their scooter at the Skate Park!
Using: Kaisercraft card stock and rubon, Cherry Arte Tropics and Boy Story papers, Bella Fusion Paperz, Grant photo frame, mirror card from stash, Cuttlebug diamond plate embossing folder.
For the December 2014 Scrappit challenge: create a Christmas layout without using traditional Christmas colours.
It took a lot of attempts to get this photo of both of us smiling and looking at the camera!
Using: Cherry Arte Midnight Rouge paper, Cre8tiv alphas, Kaisercraft rubon and Portacraft washi tape.