I love the tiny Instax photos from my Instax camera but sometimes I really don’t know how to use them. Should I put them into an album ? But then I forget where and when they were taken and even the story behind each photo. So I thought I should try using them in my layouts instead or leaving them in storage.
I love that I can use the pink hues in my stash.
A little sprinkle of color is always fun.
I must say I do like the pastels in this page. Nice and soft.
So excited to finally be able to share the good news. I’m on the new Ruby Rock-it Creative Team for 2014 !! I can’t wait to work with all the talented ladies. Congratulations to everyone.
Hello there. It’s the month of April and time for a brand new inspiration over at Ed Sketch Create a layout with the sketch below and make sure you use an arrow stamp on you layout. Do remember to have fun.
Here is my take on the challenge:
It’s a picture taken at King Albert Park the week it was to be closed.My kids have been pass this place many times and it would be sad to see this icon pulled down.
Using several of AC stickers here. I had a pack of them but I didn’t like the quality. Stickers refused to come off the backing clean which didn’t make the creative experience too fun.
Of course the happy smile in the photo did make up for it.
Until my next post,
It has been a good year working for Ruby Rock-it and I had a blast working with all the talented ladies in the team.
Here is my last project using the lovely Fusion papers. I like that the opposite sides of each sheet of paper is a contrasting pattern so it looks great when you make them into pinwheels for a party or just as decorations.
I love how you can give a simple pinwheel a more adult feel just by cutting a fancy edge instead of the usual straight lines.
Sharing the cards I made for RRBF this month. Since there are Birthday Cards, I wanted to add lots of happy colors to the cards. I hit the left card with mist. Lots of mist ! The effect just made me happy.
I added curled strips of paper to compliment the party hat. It reminds me of party streamer and party popper.
You can’t go wrong with glitter for a Birthday Card and these die cuts have just the right amount of happy written all over them.
I have been diligently working thought my stash of papers and Project Life cards, resisting the temptation to buy new stash just for Project Life. But this month I couldn’t resist the pretty overlays from MME Record It! ‘Follow Your Heart’ and the tiny WRMK Instagram cards.
Nothing too layered, just stickers and paper.
There is nothing like new stash to inspire and it so happens that I’m finally on schedule for Project Life this week !
Ever since I first started Project Life it had always been a race to get my project life entries up to date. Thing happen and that usually puts a stop to any updates and then I have a huge backlog to clear. Still all the work is worth it when I flip through the entire year of entries. This year I shall attempt to keep up the pace.
Here are some pages from the second half of February:
I’m trying to keep everything simple so I can keep the photos and notes easily. No fancy scrapbook ideas here.Will post March’s PL photos soon.