Friday, February 20, 2009

Scared Stiff

Thought I would try some bright papers for a change and this is the result. Once again I have used the Kaiser Scrapbooking paper family range, about 6 pages all up but by cutting pieces out of various pages I am able to probably get 2-3 more layouts done using this paper in a different combination.

Technique with this one was really just cutting around the different papers, then added a few embellishments to the paper ones. The title was done using the Thickers Foam lettering and the black embellishment down the left side was cut using the Cricut Storybook Cartridge.

Making Memories

I used the Kaiser Scrapbooking paper for this layout. A total of 6 different pages which I cut the various flowers and strips from. The lettering is cut using my Cricut cartridge Plantin Schoolbook. Cut them twice and slightly offset the bottom darker one to give a shadow effect and then covered all lettering with Dimensional Magic to give a glazed effect.

The cut flowers have been adhered with 3D tape. The oval shape on right side with a tag, pulls out and I have journaled on the reverse side of it. The bling down the side was sent to me by one of my lovely friends in America whome I met on the SB.C site.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Love, Live, Laugh

This is a Kaiser Scrapbooking paper design of my great niece and and nephew, just after they'd been in the pool. Love this picture which was taken by my g-niece herself, I thought it was a beautiful soft picture so using Photoshop Elements I feathered around the edge of the picture to soften it even more.

Cut circles from the paper group and 3D them over the circles on the existing tree. Flowers are a mixture of ready made, cut from the paper set, and also centre's cut. Butterfly is by K & Co.