Wednesday, 3 March 2010

At the Chatham Christian Crop a few weekends ago.....

I managed to get a little scrapbooking done!

I scrapbooked a couple soccer layouts with the fun new soccer paper we have in stock!



Lacking ideas for Halloween Scrapbook layouts? We have Deluxe Designs die cuts!
Another school year - another layout. We have a selection of "school" themed scrapbooking papers and die cuts.

I wasn't sure how I was going to use the new Moxxie paper we got in stock but I love the layouts I made with a couple of the papers we have!


Lastly I decided to try my hand at writing with Smooch accent ink (keep in mind that my hand writing is really messy! Even my family will vouch for that LOL) It was quite simple to use. There are also some You Tubes out there on different techniques for the ink. You can use it on stamps by 'colouring' the areas you want with the ink, you can use it to edge paper with a little bit of shimmering colour.

Friday, 20 June 2008

A site featuring Canadian Scrapbookers and Scrapbooking sites.

Thursday, 10 April 2008

Grown Up - By Hanne Sauve



Grown Up
Items Used:
Gin X Flyby (Navy Pilot) Find Your Identity
Gin X Forgot my birthday Exchange Student Stripe
Gin X Forgot my Birthday Candles on Sam's Cake
Letters
Ink
6 Smalll photos
1 large photo
The Gin X Fly by (Navy) was used as background for the large picture and three of the small ones
The turquoise was put on the small ones.
Exchange Student stripe was the background of the page and a strip of Candles on Sam's Cake is the flap and the Bazzill Turquoise the back ground of the "page"
Cut three strips about the same size and the top strip has to be a bit larger so it will fit under the other strip in order to create a "page" or flap
Ribbon was glued to the turquoise strip under the small pictures and two small bows were glued in between them
The pictures were attached with eyelets.
On the top of the "page" or top flap, three small pictures were also added and attached with eyelets
The letters were sanded and inked and attached with glue.
In order to keep the layers down I attached two small tags with brads and a ribbon will be added to keep the page closed.

Thursday, 17 January 2008

Tearful GoodBye - By Hanne


Tearful Goodbye
Materials
Junkitz Mom’s Stripe
Junkitz Mom’s Good Linen
Burgundy Paper
Brads (Gold)
Letter Brads
Sizzix letters: Boxed Brush
Bounce
Button
I used the Mom’s stripe for the background and the Mom’s Good Linen for picture backgrounds and the wavy top and bottom as well as back ground for the “Voyage” sign
The burgundy paper was used for the lettering as well as the stripe behind the larger picture.
All the edges were inked with the antiquing tool and inked with the green.
I created my own journaling on the computer and matching up the burgundy background to the one used in the picture. Then a button was added and a bow.
Small pieces of ribbon were added to the side of the larger picture.
A round tag was covered with the burgundy paper and three letter brads were added to say ”Bye”, a ribbon and a larger brad was added.

Silly - By Hanne


Silly
Items used:
4 patterned sheets from the paper packs:
One with stripes
Plum
Green/ flowered paisley
Green /red flowers with white dots
Green Ribbon
I cut three Patterned paper into three sections (Stripes, plum, green paisley) and glued them onto a piece of plain 12x12 scrapbook paper.
The Green/dots went behind the pictures
Then the two pictures were glued onto the page leaving an area in between them for a “belt”
Two strips of paper were cut, one thinner than the other and glued in that area.
I cut an oval shape and covered it with the green/dots and glued it on the belt.
A green ribbon was glued on top of the shape.
I traced the Forever in time letters, cut out new ones and glued the green and plum on the letters,: I distressed the edges of the letters using the antiquing tool.