Saturday, February 21, 2009
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
thanks ladies for joining us on our first crop night... and if your wanting to come to the next ones make sure you book in early (so you dont have to sit at the naughty table LOL)...
Ok so a few people have been asking us when we are going to be starting our competitions back up so now i can tell you... Put it in your diary now .....
SCRAPLOOT's first CYBER CROP (to be held here on the blog)
March 6th (challenges will be loaded up here on the blog and your pages are to be put into our gallery)....
Keep checking back here for more updates and info soon in regards to this... we have some fun prizes for the weekend so make sure you come and join us...
Ok think thats about it for now... hope to see you all here for our first cyber crop...
till then have fun scrapping.
Monday, February 16, 2009
For some extra fun i have added page numbers at the bottom right of every page set so that little miss four knows she is on the right page :0) and so that she can choose her favourite pages, no doubt it will be page four lol as that is her favourite number!!! Also there are some reoccurring favourite items ie. butterflies that happen to be on each page for her to hunt down and find.. some are very hidden.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Monday, February 9, 2009
Last of all I have used some corrugated card scraps I had lying around, scalloping one edge and a simple strip up the top of the photo's.
Your pizza boxes are also made of corrugated card. If you carefully rip the first layer off to reveal it, you can then paint it before applying to your lo. Or for a more rustic look leave it in it's natural state.
A simple piece of lace scrap applied over the top will help to lift the corrugated card & emphasize that texture even further.
Well there you have it......a few quick & easy ways to add different textures to your pages.
Looking forward to seeing some textured creations in our Scraploot gallery soon.
Take care & happy scrapping
Sunday, February 1, 2009
(I store my spellbinders Nestabilities in CD cases with a little bit of double sided tape to hold the larger ones in place)
take 2 diffrent sized dies and place together. I usually use a bit of tape to keep them straight.
again using the same plate combo as before run this through your cuttlebug machine this is what it will look like once it has cut.
this is the page i made using these 2 die cuts: