Sunday, April 27, 2014

Stash Busting Challenge 2 - You are my favourite!

Few days ago, I shared my first layout I did for the class Stash Buster Anonymous which I took from Big Picture Classes, taught by Aly Dosdall . To see my first layout, click Here. This is the second layout I made for the class :)

The sketch from the class prompted me to make a triangle design background using some of my 6x6 paper and scraps. If you ask me what is my favourite shape, I would say TRIANGLES. I don't know why! But I think they are really versatile. Can feel really formal and casual depending on how you design them :) I just love it!

I always love to add stitching/sewing to my projects
but I never have the chance because of spacial constraints, i'm unable to own a sewing machine. 
But last month, I bought this Singer Hand Held sewing machine

It's really nice to be able to sew on my pages. Although it cannot sew deep, I sew the triangles together first instead of sewing the items directly onto the page. That way I can sew alot of things without worrying about the size of pages :)

Love the triangles :)

I can't say enough of this class! Check out more scrapbooking class at Big Picture Classes! Thanks for stopping by!

LOAD214 - Wrap up Part 2

Hello! How is your Saturday ? Today there is a Paper Feast at PaperMarket (a scrapbook shop in singapore ) which I totally missed due to work. Oh well. I guess i better spend time scrapbooking then scrapbook shopping! What do you say?

I shared the first half of my LOAD challenge last week Here

As things get busier , my full 12x12 layout and all the artsy stuff are gone. The next 2 weeks of my LOAD adventure consist of pocket style scrapbooking. Here are the layouts :)

Pocket Pages that goes into my New Zealand travel Album

Pages for my Project Life Album

Pages that goes into my Relationship Journal

I'm glad I completed some weekly spreads in project life, some pocket pages for my New Zealand album(click here for my first NZ album ) and also some journaling pages for my Relationship Journal.

There is also LOAD challenge in May this year. If you're interested , sign up quick! I have already signed myself up!

Thanks for stopping by!

Thursday, April 24, 2014

My Take for romantic scrapbooking - a mixed media technique

I'm a Scrapbook class junkie. A few months ago, I signed up for True Scrap 4 (hosted by Lain Ehmann) and received a free class from Noell Hyman - The Romantic Scrapbook Course. I'm so excited for it to start and watched all the videos in one shot. I was so inspired but never get the time. These few days my mojo returned and I decided to jump onto scrapbooking my relationship. I ordered a bunch of prints from Persnickety Prints and started on scrapbooking from where it begins - 2009

Here I used Noell's mixed media technique to create the splotchy watercolor background
I love how the page turns out :)

To add layers, I die cut the white cardstocks with some butterflies
and layer pattern paper behind the butterflies :)

I'm sure going to repeat this technique again! 
Thank you for stopping by! 

Stash Busting Challenge 1 - Elizabeth to Adelaide City

Recently I'm taking the class Stash Buster Anonymous from Big Picture Classes, which is taught by Aly Dosdall  and i have been on the move with creating scrapbook layouts ! Here is the first layout I made for the class :)

This class is awesome! Check out more scrapbooking class at Big Picture Classes! Thanks for stopping by!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Taiwan Day 2

Hello i'm back to share my Taiwan Album Day 2 . My album is inspired by Ali Edwards and her December Daily album 2013. Love her style where she incorporate alot of see through elements with transparency and etc.

Check out my previous post on day 1 Here and here

Here are the Pages from Day 2 :)

Using Kelly Purkey stamps  I create the card on the top left hand corner, and used a star from Freckled Fawn to check the Breakfast box

I put the coins in a page protectors and secure them using some glue dots :) 
One of the most complicated mini 4x6 layout

die cut globe using a cut file from Twopeasinabucket 

love doilies!

clip up some name cards from the stalls
I can take them out and look through them if i'm interested

Hotel Brochure

Stitching and globe die cut with confetti

interesting thing I discover during my  Day 2 stay in 
I realise there is very very few dustbin available around!

Thanks for stopping by! Do leave a comment if you have any travel scrapbook to share :)