Tag Archives: 8×8
And here’s another layout, inspired by Paige Evans. I used her geometric cat cut file for this layout. I was also inspired by this gorgeous work of art by Thea Proctor called The Swing: This was the inspiration piece for the … Continue reading
This one was obvious- our inspiration art for the ARTastic challenge this month was a tiger! So I absolutely had to do a layout about my Tiger. The painting is by Anna Collins and its called Top Hat Tiger. The criteria was … Continue reading
I have been feeling uninspired to scrapbook lately, and haven’t been doing much crafting. When I realized my due date for the StickItDown design team was coming up, I checked out what the sketch was, started the page, and immediately felt my … Continue reading
This month on the ARTastic blog, we were inspired by the lovely painting called Green Lorikeets, by Cathy McClelland: I was immediately taken by the splattery paint and feather-like leaves and birds. The challenge criteria for this was to use … Continue reading
This is the second layout I did in this style. It is a scraplift of a scraplift. You can read part 1 here. I did a couple of things different for this layout.
A fun, slightly tacky, mixed media layout. When I was looking through my facebook for photos of Tiger for his scrapbook, I came across these with my atrocious photoshop job, which made me smile. Of course they were going to … Continue reading
Happy labour day weekend, I had a great weekend of catching up on my scrapbooking! I am so pleased with this page. I love how it all came together, and I used a wood veneer that came with my Scraptastic … Continue reading
Getting some mixed media up in here! I was working with a sketch from the As You See It challenge blog archives. I like how the layout is pretty simple which lets all of the media details shine through.
I absolutely love how scrapbooking can put me in a better mood! When I started this page, I was feeling uncreative, uninspired, and generally blah. But the more work I put in, the happier I became when I was able … Continue reading