May 13, 2012

More May Creations

Hi Card by Sally Clark (CT)
Sally has used a 12x6 strip of DS patterned paper folded in 1/2 to create this card.  She has adhered some cream cardstock inside the card, and used a scallop punch along the front edge before folding it back onto itself.  Doing this has exposed the reverse side of the paper. Dimensional Magic has been used on the ladybug, flower centre and the glitter letters, which has toned them down a bit.
The inside of the card.
Below we have a mix of Monthly Pack layouts, Sketch layouts and a card, and Show & Tell.  The Monthly Pack layouts are a real mix of colour, and depending which way you choose to use them you can have something fun and whimsical or bright and concise.  It really is great seeing what everyone comes up with and how they use the pack.
Girls Night In by Angie Wenke
You & Me by Zan Boyle
Sketch Challenges
Here we also have a different take on the sketch with heritage/shabby in the layout, and bright and ....dare I say it - chirpy! in the card. Both lovely in their own right.
As Time Goes By by Angie Wenke
Card by Pinky Higgs
Show & Tell
Every so often the time comes when we feel the need to scrap ourselves. During our personal journeys we each find a way to express something in our creativity to help us work through it. This first layout signposts the down times through life's journey, and is done is such a great way - the photo really doesn't do it justice. 
Life Is... the down side by Judy Laracy
As with most of life's journeys there is a brighter side, and Judy has done another wonderful job signposting all those wonderful moments and times.  I love the colours and the two layouts together have created a wonderful way to tell our stories in such an inspiring way through scrapping.  Well done Judy.
Life Is... the bright side by Judy Laracy
For those racing the Pumpkin, midnight on the 14th is the deadline to get your challenges in.  Drop your layouts into the store, or email your images to Scrapville here.



Claire said...

What a brilliant idea Judy! Such a great way to keep a record of the good and bad times - love it!

Claire said...

Great way to use the patterned paper Sally - will definitely have to try that one. Angie, you are a distressing queen - love your 2 completely different layouts. Looks like you had a right laugh on your girls night in (and a few wines maybe..?!) Lovely card Pinky - the muted image on the Kraft looks really great against that bright background!

Sal said...

Angie...LOVE the Girls Night In LO, so fun and funky!
Zan...LOVE all the little bits of interest...small flower, scallop border, etc.
Angie...Time Goes By with all the distressing and flowers is just a beautiful LO.
Pinky...bold, bright paper can be hard to work with but you've worked it up a treat. Well done!
Judy...LOVE the concept of 2 LO's using the same basic sketch yet so completely different. Well done ladies

Anita said...

wow ladies..
Sally absolutely love your card..
Angie lovely layout love your distressing ..
Zan love the tearing of the patterned paper ..
Angie love the vintage with all the lace beautiful..
Pinky super sweet card great job..
Judy love your layouts they look amazing...
hugs Anita..xx

Zan said...

No doubt about it you are all creating wonderful work ladies.
Judy - love the 2 finished pages. I know how beneficial scrapping journal pages for me has been I hope the whole process was as good for you. Just love that signpost idea it's a great idea.x
Sal - your card is gorgeous ... love the ladybug is the little chirp bird Pinky
Angie - Girls night in looks like a heap of fun, wish i'd been there and As Time Goes BY is just beautiful love all that tearing an distressing.