Sunday, September 27, 2009

Scrappin' Fool . . .

So my scrappy friends over at JuJu Bee's have been having an on-line crop this weekend and it's been so much fun completing their challenges!! The above card is one that I created for a challenge called So Sketchy. I just had to create a card from a sketch . . . I used Fancy Pants products!

This was a card that I created using another card sketch . . . I used Piggy Tale Mary, Mary for this card!
For this layout I had to make a list of my favorite things from this summer and then use it in my journaling!
For this one I had to use the JuJu Bee colors: red, white, black, and yellow!!
For this layout, I had to use the colors orange and brown in a layout!
For this layout, I had to scrap the first day of school!!
This layout had to have a flourish and a two color title . . . and the crazy to the bubble chaser and there's the two color title!!
For this layout I had to use a giant circle!!

It's been so much fun and I've been getting a lot of stuff finished . . . it feels good being so creative!

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Recent layouts . . .

Hello all . . . I've been holding onto these pictures for a while by accident and I just realized today while I was working in my studio that I hadn't posted them yet!! OOPS!! Anyhow . . . I created this layout for the September 1st Studio 101 Challenge . . . Here's the info:

1. Focus your layout on something from your daily routine. (We see bubbles at our house almost everyday!!) This can be a whole day, or just one item you use or someone you see every day.
2. You can journal as much or as little as you like, but you should answer the following questions within it: “who or what?”; “when?”; “where?”; and “why?”. (I incorporated this info in my journaling cluster!!)
3. You can use no “bought” patterned paper – you must make your own patterned paper! Paint it, stamp it, or do something else creative! (I totally stamped this paper by hand using Tim Holtz Distressing inks, Papertrey Ink stamps and My Favorite Things stamps . . .one of my friends was looking to see who made the paper while I was showing her the layout . . . hee hee!)

There's still time to participate . . . I'd love to see your interpretation of this great challenge!