Friday, 9 November 2018

November Kits Reveal My Creative Scrapbook | Frolic in the Flowers

Hi everyone!! Last Monday the November kits were revealed at My Creative Scrapbook and I thought I'd share them here as well. I'll start with one of the pages I created with it:

I adore this Pebbles collection with the fun little ladies in it!!

Isn't she cute?!

And this is this month's November Main kit, featuring Pebbles Inc "Along The Way" ... sooo loving this kit!!:

For more details about the kit, hop over to the My Creative Scrapbook website and to see all the DT projects, please visit the DT gallery!

Thanks for stopping by and wishing you a fabulous weekend!!

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

A colorful Fall layout for JustNick Studio

Hi there friends! Today I'm up on the blog of JustNick Studio sharing one of my Autumn layouts. For this page I decided to use one of JustNick's (cut) files to embroider the design on my layout instead of cutting the design. I chose the Floral Swag 3 and used it to create this page of my daughter:

Here's the cut file I used: Floral Swag 3

What I did was replacing the blade by a sketch pen and instead of cutting, I let my Silhouette Cameo draw the flowers on my cardstock. I then pierced holes along the lines and used embroidery floss in various colors to hand stitch the flowers and leaves.

I used Echo Park's "Celebrate Autumn" for my page as I just love the warm colors of the papers and because I love the owls and other cute critters in this collection!

Next I printed two small (3"x 4") photos of my girl, matted these and placed them above the flowers. I decided that the top of my layout was too white and cut a strip of patterned owl paper (4" x 12") and adhered this at the top of my layout, with a small border strip (0.5" x 12") below.

On both sides of the photos I added a little card and a few chipboard pieces:

As I thought there was too much white space in the largest flower of my embroidered design I punched 5 small circles and adhered these in the petals of the flower:

This is it. Hope you like it! There are more floral swag cut files in the JustNick store if you want to try some of them out to create Fall projects as well. Can't wait to see what you'll do!

Thanks for stopping by and wishing you happy scrapping!

Tuesday, 30 October 2018

HAPPY | My Creative Scrapbook

It's time to post the fourth and last layout I created with the October Main Kit from My Creative Scrapbook. This page is about me and these photos were taken in a small 2nd hand book store in the UK where they also served coffee. In other words, my very favorite kind of store! 

And here are a few close-ups:

How I love reading, coffee, the UK, scrapping, MCS, Simple Stories and these colors .... so many favorites in one layout! 

For more information about My Creative Scrapbook and their monthly kits, hop over to the MCS website!

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Friday, 26 October 2018

Playing Pokemon | Another Layout for My Creative Scrapbook

Hi friends! TGIF! On Friday the weekend starts for me as I don't have to go into the office, but get to scrap the entire day! and except for scrapping I also have to time to post something on my blog again. Here's another layout created with the awesome October Main kit from My Creative Scrapbook, with all the goodies from Simple Stories in it.

The photo I scrapped is one of two of my kids playing Pokémon Go, they love playing this game!

and a few close-ups:

I just love the "Forever Fall" collection from Simple Stories and was to glad to find it in the kit when it arrived!! 

For more projects created with the kit please head over to the MCS DT gallery

Wishing you a fab weekend!

Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Celebrate Autumn | Pie Chart Tutorial for My Creative Scrapbook

Hello friends! Today I'm sharing the step-by-step tutorial I made My Creative Scrapbook for this layout created with the fabulous MCS October Main Kit. I adore the "Forever Fall" collection from Simple Stories Pam chose for this month's kit and had such a great time creating this page.

Because I love the pie charts that are all the rage for quite a while now, I came up with the idea to use small pie charts on my page, instead of one large one. Let me show you how I made them.

I started with a circle punch and a triangle punch and punched 8 circles and a whole lot of triangles:

On top of every circle I put some liquid glue and adhered 8 triangles:

Starting with two triangles opposite of each other I filled the cardstock circles: 

Don't you agree they look like little pie charts?

Because I first glued the triangles on a piece of cardstock, I was able to position the little "pie charts" in different ways before deciding on my final design:

On top of every pie chart I adhered one or more stickers or die-cuts. The title I added to the top row of pie charts. Here are a few close-ups:

Fall truly is my favorite season and I'm so happy with this collection, with all the adorable little bits and pieces that are Fall related.

This is it! Hope you like my page and step-by-step tutorial. For more information about the kit and how to secure one for yourself click HERE! Thank you so much for stopping by! 

Wishing you happy scrapping!

Friday, 12 October 2018

Scrap The Boys October challenge | Doodlebug Hello

Hi friends!! TGIF! Sooo happy that Friday has arrived, my day off from work! I started the day early with an hour aqua jogging and although I didn't really wanted to go I'm so glad I did! It really feels good, starting the day with a bit of working out. 

After I got home I grabbed a coffee and finished this page. I often visit the Scrap The Boys blog, but it has been ages and ages that I had time to play. When I saw this month's challenge (a mood board challenge) I immediately thought of Doodlebug's Hello collection, lying beside my desk, waiting to be used. Sooo, here's what I did:

I scrapped a photo of my eldest son, taken on vacation in France quite some years ago (I now realize I forgot to add the date to my page!). I totally adore this photo and this Doodlebug collection and am so happy I stumbled upon the Scrap The Boys challenge. I'm sure otherwise I wouldn't have taken the time to create this page. 

Here are a few more close-ups:

And this is the color scheme we had to use:

Fun right?!! 

Thank you so much for stopping by and if you feel like scrapping, why not join in this challenge? Just hop over to the Scrap The Boys blog to see more projects created with these colors. 

Wishing you all a fab weekend and hope to see you back sometime!