If you are joining us from Wendy's blog, you are in the right place!
This month we are focusing on using negative images to embellish. This technique is found on page 92 of the new Close to My Heart Idea Book.
Now head on over to Michelle's blog to check out her take!
Monday, July 16, 2012
http://momnmescrap.blogspot.com you are in the right place!This month our group is focusing on the technique called Perfect Clusters. It is a way to add depth and texture to your layouts. I used Cherry O paper to scrap our Disney pictures of the Rockin Roller Coaster. I loved how the reds worked together. My perfect cluster uses "You Rock" stamps to add a base stamp, then a sentiment raised with pop dots, and finally bitty brads to add some more texture. I like how the three working together makes a statement on the page. Try it out!
Now go check out Tonya: http://heartandsoulscrappers.blogspot.com
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Welcome! If you are joining us from Tonya's blog you are in the right place!
Our focus for April is ribbon! I've been working on Disney pictures and had some fun using sunset ribbon as an accent. This is Lucky paper- one of my favorites. I used the sunset mini medley for the ribbon and metal photo clips and but then added some bronze sliders (from the bronze mini medley) for some contrast. I love how the orange stands out with the darker colors. This was my husband's favorite ride but I have to say, I was the one too chicken to do it!
Now head on over to Judy Faye to check out what she did!
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Hello everyone! If you are joining us from Kimberly's blog at http://crazy4scrappin.blogspot.com you are in the right place to continue with the technique hop.
This month we focused on the window layering technique found on page 33 of the idea book. Since one of my favorite people is turning seven this week, I made a birthday card for her! I used Sweet Leaf paper for the base card, vanilla cream for the layer and cotton candy ink. The polka dots inside the present were random stamped using the "Hit the Spot" stamps while the letters are the "Polka Dot Alphabet." Then, I finished the card off with sparkles- every girl loves a little bling!
Now head over to Rachel's blog at http://thehappyscrappinsquad.blogspot.com to check out her creation!