Friday, March 22, 2019

Happy heart, by Amanda H

Hi all,
 
With some lovely layers of paper and a handful of D-lish Scraps embellishments, I created this page of my husband and I during a recent trip away overseas.
 
 

 
I stacked some paper layers and used some machine stitching, and some skinny washi tape. I love my growing collection of skinny washi tapes, that I have been gathering from Just Add Paper kits!
 
Amongst those paper layers, is a paper lace doily #useoneoneverypageifyoucan .
 
Let's look at some close ups: I have combined some flowers from JAP kits, with tea roses, resin flowers and red coloured wire.... Gold splatters tied it all together! Even some random red resin hearts made the page - I always love finding little finishing touches from my D-lish Scraps stash!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Here are the links to products in store:
Gold flower from January JAP kit
 
 
Thanks for looking today!
Amanda

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Remember


Hi everyone.  
My turn today with a mixed media LO for this month's Cybercrop challenge.  

I started by smooshing (technical turn!) a couple of different sprays onto the background using the plastic bag technique.   When dry I added some impasto through a stencil and when that was dry I blended in some Distress Inks and added some random stamping.

I then added a canvas flower, wood veneer flowers and heart all from a previous JAP Kits, a leaf, some facted D'Lish dots, an Bitty bow clip, flowers, a minifetti sentiment, stamens and a resin flower scattered in three clusters.   I finished with a chipboard word for my title which I heat embossed.

Plenty of time still to enter the challenges over at The Scrap Suite. 
Looking forward to seeing what you create.



Tuesday, March 19, 2019

"Selfie" by Renee Iveson

Hello! 
I am very excited to share the layout I created for the March Cyber Crop for my 
challenge: Black & White +1

This layout features a photo my middle daughter Charlotte (whom we affectionately call Shirl). 





I have included lots of gorgeous D-lish goodies into this creation. I love the 5 x 7 bags, as you can probably already guess I use them quite a lot as a photo mat for my pics.



For this layout I have used a D'Lish Scaps kit which included coordinated  paper doiliespaper flowersfabric bloomsFlairs and finished off with Enamel Dots.

You can find the details about the current Cyber Crop on the Scrap Suite page HERE on Facebook.






Looking forward to seeing your creations,

Renee xoxo

Monday, March 18, 2019

Playtime - Sandra Brimelow

Hi everyone, I am popping in with my second share for the month, and this one is for the March cybercrop in the Scrap Suite
Playtime
Dusty is my sons dog, who lives with us, but I am very attached to him, he so intelligent, and he has a wonderful personality. His favourite thing in the world is to play ball, and he just is not happy if he has a day without ball play. He has very specific balls that he plays with, and he also can create his own games with the ball. 
 The first cluster features a flair button and Corbetts Creations wood veneer star.
 The second cluster also features a Corbetts Creations wood veneer starwordfetti tab, and Creative cuts circle cuts.
I hope we get to see your pet creations feature in the Scrap Suite. 
Until next time, happy scrapping. 


Sunday, March 17, 2019

March Cyber Crop - 'This is Pure Happiness'

Hi everyone! It's March already! I hope that the weather is starting to cool down a bit, wherever you are.
 
I am very excited to share the layout I created for the March Cyber Crop Challenge (to include material/fabric).
 
This layout features a photo of us in the high country of Victoria last Easter: it was a great Easter Sunday!


 
I have included lots of gorgeous D-lish products in this page: take a look at these closeups.
 
From the store, I have used: Journal It's, a paper doily, a mini metal flower, some Punchinella, and a Chevron paper bag.



 
As pictured here, behind the photo, I have used coloured hessian and a floral ribbon from my stash.
From the store, I have used a flair and threaded some coloured wire through a wood veneer heart from a past JAP kit.


 
Finally, in this cluster here, I have used a Charms Creations love heart. Surrounding it, I have used a flair, some Punchinella, and a wood veneer heart from the Christmas Advent kit - and a paper doily.
 
I hope you can join in on this month's Cyber Crop Challenge. Don't forget to load up your entry in the allocated album on the Scrap Suite Facebook page.
 
Thanks, Amy 
 

Friday, March 15, 2019

"#cool" by Jasmine


Hello hello.

I am sharing a page today that uses a background that was "created" by using a piece of scrap cardstock that I had used to take the paint off my roller.
Nothing has to go to waste in this craft....
it's just a case of being "creative" with our scraps.


The close ups show the beautiful colours and textures of the D'lish Scraps embellishments.




The D'lish goodies I have used are:

Cool title (JAP kit)

So remember, there is always a way to use up your scraps.

Thanks for stopping in and don't forget to join us with this month's challenges if you haven't already.

Jasx



Thursday, March 14, 2019

"Book week" by Anthea

Hello everyone.
 
I hope you are all well on this fine March day. 
 
Today I am sharing with you a quick and simple LO that features my daughter in what was one of the quickest and best (IMO) costumes we have ever done. We dressed her up as Wilbur the pig from Charlotte's Web.  Now I had many ideas for this LO, but due to time constraints and a very little mojo, I ended up going with something bright and fun - which suits Wilbur's personality to a T. 
 

I started with a background that I prepared a while ago while playing with alcohol inks on my geli pad - my colour selection of alcohol inks is limited but I really like how these ones came together.
 
The rest of the LO as you can see is very simple, but I think effective and perfect for this cute photo.
 
I simply placed my photo (backed with cardboard to give it height) on to the page and
 tucked a journal it card (from a JAP kit) behind the photo.  I added a few flowers, a combination of paper, fabric and an ephemera flower to the corner of my LO. 
 
 
 I then added more ephemera from another JAP kit and some cute resin hearts over the page to complete my LO. 
 
 
I know it is a simple layout but I still really like how it turned out.  I love that even though I was lacking mojo I still managed to create a layout that I don't hate and that still manages to highlight and document a photo and memory that I wanted to remember.   I also love how easy it was to add journaling with the D-lish journal card. 
 
Thanks for stopping by.
 
Till next time
Take Care
Anthea
xo