Archive for May, 2008

May “A Walk in the Woods” – Dione Evans

These little swatches of paper were so gorgeous! I cut them in the same shape as the chipboard pages to tie them in. I had 2 matching ones and patched them to cover the larger of my chipboard shapes. It was a bit of a mission but I liked the finished product. The shape didn’t stand out quite as much as I wanted so i added a little white paint on the edges with my finger. The large letter M’s are Making Memories foam stamps.

I like cutting out – I find it quite soothing and therapeutic! but the flowers begged for leaves. I have been planning to draw leaves on patterned paper for a while so this was my opportunity. I tried to copy the font of the stickers for my journaling… don’t know if you will be able to see it.

This is a photo of my mother on her wedding day. I really enjoyed making the rubons into part of a circle. I love these rubons! it was an afterthought to add the butterful and even though the blue has nothing to really tie it in, I love the feeling of beauty and fragility it adds. I tried to journal in white pen but it didn’t really stand out so I wrote over it in and olive green pen.

I loved the scalloped edged paper but want’ sure how to use it. I wanted to use it with the bird page too but didn’t want to cover too much of it up. I ended up cutting about 2 scallops width off each side. I added 3 kinds of letter stickers and some letter rubons and some paint to the kit for this one and I likes how the chipboard bookplate/tags went with the each girl in the photo. I LOVED the bracket-like edge from another paper and how it tied my blues in.

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May “A Walk in the Woods” – Celeste Vermeed

In this layout I have cut the flowers from the patterned paper and mounted them with foam tape.
I traced round the pink felt butterfly that came in my kit onto a piece of my own material and used this as it matched my colour combo.
Cardstock and letters are my own.
I have cut the little trees from the patterned paper to use on this layout.. I painted the chipboard tag from my kit with chocolate brown paint to coordinate.
I used the BasicGrey rub-ons on to the chocolate CS from my kit and cut around these to use as well.
Letters and CS my own.

Again I have painted the chipboard shape to coordinate with my colour combination.. I have cut the little birds from the patterned paper used in the layout. Two little birds worked well with my theme! I have used my own felt flowers, buttons, brads and one piece of ribbon. The other ribbons came in my pack..

I have cut out the flower pattern and used a brown pen to outline it.

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May “A Walk in the Woods” – Fiona Newth

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May “A Walk in the Woods” – Kate Tobeck

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Layouts from some Scrap Camp friends

Hi all,

Last weekend we had the pleasure of geting to know Andrea Ford and Lesley Cooper.

They have both sent through beautiful layouts this week to share on the blog.

The first two are from Andrea and the last one from Lesley.

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Ilka’s layouts with the May Kit

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April layouts by Rachel and Beverley

Two of our wonderful customers sent in pictures earlier of a layout they had created each using our April kit. They are both so lovely I just had to share them with you. We LOVE getting this kind of happy mail because seeing what people do with the kits inspires us to keep producing them!

Here’s Rachels:

Here’s a layout of Aaron I have done using the April kit, the little calenders are so cool, I got July and August (very appropriate), but for this layout I wanted a December one, so made it myself in Word. Cream and beige Bazzil, chipboard arrow and photo turn and brad are from my stash the rest is from the kit. I covered the chipboard arrow and photo turn using paper from the kit.

And Beverley’s:

The new kit is looking amazing – just had a layout to share with you
using Aprils kit, scenic route journal stickers and kaisercraft gems.
I think the leaf and dragonfly are provocraft – been in my scrapping
stash for ages!!

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