Sunday, April 27, 2014

Sunday scrappy share.

Don't die of shock girls but it is Sunday and I have a scrappy share for you. lol

The new Let's get shabby challenge was revealed during the week. Here is my sample.

Find your inner artist.

On our last day in Tassie almost a year ago Asher and I went for a walk down to the beach and past a love heart stepped out in the sand. Asher had fun adding her touches to it. She wrote in the center of the heart we (heart) Tas.

This months challenge is to work with maps and knowing that I anted to use one of our Tassie photos I found a printable vintage Tassie map online and used that as my base. After giving it a heavy handed spray with some distress ink not much of the map detail could be seen so I had to add in the tag. 


My other shares are a layout and a card. The photos aren't that great as I had to take them on my phone.

Happy book worm.

I created this for the in store Dusty attic sketch challenge. I'm not usually a big chipboard lover so using it was a challenge and I like how it turned out.

Happy birthday cards.

Two nephews have birthdays soon so I needed to make male birthday cards which I usually struggle with. Not this time though. These came together no trouble at all.

As always thanks for popping in, any comments and happy creating.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Let's get shabby share

Longtime no post. Lately I'm not getting much scrapping done and what I am doing is for Let's get shabby. Here is my latest project.

And some detail shots.

The journaling isn't very clear but is about how she loved getting cuddles from a bunny at a park Christmas party.

Make sure you pop on over and check out the latest challenge and what the other girls have done.

Out at the shops last week I seen a top that was a no brainer on whether I get it for my girl or not. So didn't need to think twice about it. What do you all think?

Seeing as she is now at least two inches taller than me it so suits her and if you add to it all the stuff that has been going on at school where I am always telling her that she needs to remember that she is better than those that are causing her troubles it has a double meaning.

As always thanks for popping in, any comments and happy creating.