Saturday, 26 July 2014
Wednesday, 9 July 2014
My photos so far …
2 garden gnome
4 group of tourists
5 rack of postcards
7 rural landscape
17 lamp post
19 public garden
20 bus with picture on side
21 me with something representing summer
alt a hot air balloon
I’ve decided to do some pocket scrapping with them and made 4x6 cards – if anyone would like a set just email me sue at suehr dot fsnet dot co dot uk and I’ll send them over.
Monday, 7 July 2014
Thursday, 3 July 2014
This week’s challenge was a very interesting one by the lovely Jen of Wear Crafts who gave us a formula to work with. Jen said …
“One of my new croppers was struggling with starting points for her layouts and then looking for ways to improve her work... which made me think hard about my scrapping process... so I realised, I adopt a kind of 'Good, Better, Best' approach.
I start off with 'Good' - basic shapes from paper arranged in a pleasing manner with co-ordinating colours, photo placed and title/journaling located.
Then, I do 'Better' - take quick photo of placement and remove all the bits to ink edges, add glitter, embossing or whatever to the basic shapes, refer to the photo and glue everything down.
Finally, I do 'Best' - add all the extra embellishments... clips, buttons, ribbons, icons, ink squirts ... whatever I want to add.”
So here are my efforts …
I started with my photo and the fabulous Simple Stories Good Day Sunshine which, coincidentally I bought from Wear Crafts.
I decided I didn’t like the blue background and that the big title was overwhelming the page. I added a few embellishments from the kit and matted the photo to give it some definition on the page.
And my final page with more embellishments, embroidered circles to reflect the blue hoops in the photo and some journalling.
Tuesday, 1 July 2014
Here we go with my challenge for July. Just use the sketch as the starting point for your scrapbook page then link me up to your blog or gallery via the linky thingy below. Please be sure to mention my challenge in your blog post or gallery text box and be nice and only enter new projects. I’ll choose my favourite and send the winner one of my crop kits you can see them on the page tab at the top of my blog. My layout is made using kit 20.
Of last month’s super links I absolutely love this one by Jemma …
Jemma – please have a look at the kits on the page tab above and choose one from kits 4-16 for your prize then email your address to firstname.lastname@example.org
ETA If you are linking from your gallery on UKS, please copy and paste the URL address at the top of the page which starts www.ukscrappers.co.uk/photopost/showphoto ...