Thursday, October 28, 2010

Scrap Therapy Cybercrop Sketch & a DT Challenge...........

Scrap Therapy's Cybercrop went for a whole week and the entries were due Monday gone. I only had a chance to have a play with the Sketch challenge, which I flipped sideways, and it had to either be inspired by art, favourite artist, or your child's artwork. A very wide scope.
I chose to scrap this photo of Mandy and I when we met again at the Bendigo Retreat in August. She is my all time fave scrapper and I wish that I could scrap half as good as her. Absolutely amazing...........................

I used Websters Pages-Seaside Retreat papers Readers Paradise and Hide and Seek , Prima flowers, Kraft Cardstock, paint and Maya Rd flower trim.

And this was a challenge set by the Scrap Therapy forum where we were only allowed to use Cardstock, newspaper, paint, lace and Prima flowers.
Wow!! What a challenge!!
But I loved it AND I scrapped in purple!!!! {which is something I just NEVER do}
But I did it!!!
Be sure to head over to Scrap Therapy as they have the new My Minds Eye - Fine and Dandy range in store now!!! So cute!!

Happy creating!!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Look what I got...................

My very own Mandy layout!!!!
And isn't it just gorgeous!!
I met up with Mandy at Bendigo for a retreat-ish scrap weekend and asked if she could do a layout for me in her style {because I love it!! Who doesn't!!}
Mandy's title for this photo of my daughter is just perfect as that is how I see her.

I loooooove it!
Thanks Mandy!

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Scrap Therapy Cybercrop happening now..............

And the rules have changed.

You now have a full week to complete the challenges!!!

Now that's generous.

Prizes are now based on the number of entrants into the challenges, so that's even more money to spend at Scrap Therapy for the winners.

This is my sample for my challenge set for you, but you'll have to head over to see what the challenge is.

Pop on over and have a look. I'm sure there will be something to inspire you with our ART ATTACK theme this month.

Let's Get Shabby entry.................

I've been so busy with everything lately that I haven't had time to play with the challenge blogs, but Let's Get Shabby have a great challenge this month and I had to have a go with the gorgeous inspiration they have given.

My inspiration came from Kitchen 2 with the colours green, yellow and pink I made this............

I've used the criteria and maybe a little hard to see but the chipboard pieces are the little branch on the bottom left of the wreath and the little bird at the top. I glittered these also to make them stand out a little..........................................

So, that's it!

Thanks for looking. I had fun with this challenge.




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