Tag Archives: silhouette cut files
I’m back with a beachy mermaid themed layout for the ARTastic challenge blog! This month we were inspired by this lovely colourful beach painting by Peter Graham called Monaco Coast, and our challenge was to use paint. Doesn’t that make … Continue reading
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
Isn’t it though? I absolutely adore how this turned out! The Stick It Down sketch for this month is: I was looking for techniques to try on my scrapbook Pinterest board, and I came across a recent Paige Evans layout … Continue reading
We were only in Istanbul for a day, but we go so many photos, it was really hard to narrow it down to a page’s worth. I was inspired by the beautiful blue mosaics that we saw all over.
Using some CTMH products and Picture My Life card, Pink Paisley Atlas Ephemera and MME On The Bright Side paper to create this double sided half page that goes between the travel intro page and the individual trip pages … 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’ve been super busy all week planning a surprise brunch bridal/baby shower for a friend. Other than finally having an excuse to clean the apartment from top to bottom, I also have to make some decorations. Last night I made … Continue reading
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
It’s a fairly simple card with a fun and elaborately shaped sequin shaker component. I’m going to show you how easy it is to make a sequin pocket in any shape you want!