Jun 20, 2012

ScrapBurst Challenges

Hi Everyone, well the ScrapBurst challenges are still rolling in, and we are seeing plenty of different techniques and styles.  It's great to be challenged with something new, so if you haven't already started, why not give it a go?  There's a prize for each ScrapBurst, and if you happen to use a Scrapville ScrapBurst Kit, you will also win back your Kit Value.  How good is that?  And just to clarify, the Creative Team choose the winners, and HAVE NOT seen the Kits, just to make it fair on everyone.  So, if you're up for a Burst of Creativity - join in, we'd love to see what you come up with.
All Boy by Roz Langridge
SB #3 Handmade x3 (Flower, Tag, Book)
Great rustic colours and handmade elements.  The mini book is a great way to incorporate extra photos into the layout.
 This is how Roz's handmade book came together.
A closeup of the handmade tags and flower.
Sugar Skull by Roz Langridge
SB #1 Kraft & 2 (Pink & Green)
Eye Cannot See You by Roz Langridge
SB #4 - Wordplay "Eye"
 Norfolk Island by Roz Langridge
SB #2 Bunting & A Tree
Kinder by Judy Laracy
SB #1 Kraft & 2 (Blue & Orange)
Autumn by Judy Laracy
SB #2 Bunting & A Tree
Some great work girls, I'm loving what we're seeing at the moment with everyone's interpretation of the ScrapBursts.  Thanks for playing along, and I'm sure we're going to see lots more yet.



Anita said...

Roz your layout looks great love that little teddy and your tag with the big flower,and that mini book is cute great job...
your sugar skull layout is fabbo love pink and green,awesome photo..
Eye Cannot See You layout love all the little eyes you have used totally cute photos too and the colours look fantastic great layout...
Norfolk Island layout love the colours your bunting and tree look awesome and totally love that photo you must have had an awesome time there...

Judy wow love your distressing around your cardstock and layers,the pin wheels look fantastic great job..
wow layout absolutely love your bunting and the colours you have used goes well with that photo amazing job...

Claire said...

How cute is that layout Roz? Love the little teddy bear and all your handmade goodies and great idea to do a mini photo book. I really like how the pretty pink and green completely contrast with the creepy photo in your Kraft layout and the googly eyes look fantastic against the black cardstock on the eye layout. Your tree and bunting look fab on your final layout - great job on getting all four challenges done! (You're obviously not a snail scrapper like I am!)
Judy, your windmills look fantastic and it's such a sweet photo - you've matched the papers perfectly. Your Autumn layout is just gorgeous too, especially the way you've used such a huge photo. Love all your leaves against the dark background.

safdar ali said...

Handmade scratch have a lot of attractiveness.

What is the reason of not using plastic key tags for scratching of Scratch Cards?