Wednesday, May 27, 2009
So the details are...
to play you need to include all four colours from the colour palette in any proportions you like. You can team the colour palette up with neutrals such as black white and kraft.
Obviously they prefer to see aussie scrap source brands (basicgrey, cosmo cricket, heidi swapp, hambly, sei, pink paislee, scenic route … there’s heaps to choose from!) but it’s certainly not compulsory. They just want to help inspire you to get scrapping, and challenges like this can make you look at your stash in a different way.
The word is a prompt to inspire your theme – it can be, but doesn’t have to be part of your title.
Email your layouts to email@example.com by the specified deadlines for the challenges. They will share them in one big post, set up polls so you can vote for your favourites, and send out prize packs. what could be easier?!
So check out their blog for all the colour combos and words. These challenges runs until the end of June, the first challenge deadline date is 8th June, second is 15th, third is 22nd and the last on is 29th...
I won two of the cybercrop challenges over at
I am so shocked, happy, dumb founded, ecstatic...woo hoo I still can't believe that I actually won 2 challenges...
Oh I suppose I better tell you which of my layout won...'I See' for Tanja's challenge & 'Sweet Girl' for Kellie's challenge.
It was a fantastic cybercrop to attend, thanks to Scrap A While for a wonderful time.
Well that is all for now, I know not much to share...I haven't been scrapping for the last few days which I am hoping to correct today, there are a few monthly challenges over at Ready, Set, Scrap
that I would like to get done but will see how I go.
So anyway keep safe,
Saturday, May 23, 2009
They are both for challenges over at ScrapAWhile.
This first one was for Tanj'a challenge 'what do I see', had to use stamps, single words to describe me. I used some of my old Making Memories foam stamps to create my flowers and then added these gorgeous Prima Artistry flowers to the centers. I do have to admit that this is one of my favorites to date. So anyway here it is....
The next one is for Alita's challenge. Now for this challenge I had to use an old photo so I selected one of my mum, which I know I have used before, so I changed it from black/white to sepia, which I toned down so it wasn't too brown (aged). Also had to use a quote, lots of embellishments and the worst was NO, yep NO patterned paper. So I scrapped a digi layout, here it is...
Loved the green/orange colour combo and those twigs that I added flowers to are gorgeous.
So that is what I have been creating. I am totally enjoying the amount of scrapping I am doing lately.
Oh another little bit of news I have to share, I have a job interview on Monday. So keeping my fingers crossed that all goes well, but the butterflies are already starting :( I haven't been for a job interview in years.
Well that is all for this post.
Now for some awesome news....
I won second place over at RSS for the cybercrop challenges...woo hoo how great is this...I was totally shocked as I didn't enter all the challenges, I ran out of time...so my prize is a $30 scrap pack, how cool is that! Thanks RSS for putting on a fantastic cybercrop, I totally enjoyed myself, it was so much fun.
So take care until next time,
Friday, May 22, 2009
Oh gosh it has gotten cold here, it is gotten overcast and I swear the temperature has dropped, I am sitting here at my computer shivering...oh that is it I am getting up and moving around so until next time...
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
I had a bit of an accident with the ink, I dropped the ink pot on my base paper thus I had to smudge more ink around the edges than I was going to do, well it turned out ok I think! Just love those Prima flowers, gorgeous! The MME die cut tag didn't really match but I liked it so what the heck I use it. So that is all for now until next time....
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
The challenge was set by Nat, theme is 'Thelma & Louise'. Criteria was to use a black & white photo. So anyway I did another digi layout and I must say I loved the way this on turned out, wait until my daughter Zoe see it, has it is one of her photos, hehehe.
So that is it for another day.
I would like to pass this award onto these lovely people, they are all incredible scrappers and lovely friends. I love reading your blogs and seeing what you have created.
First the lovely Renee, your work rocks girl!
Next this gorgeous lady is an inspiration Carole, just love your 3D creations.
Now for the lovely Kim, what an artist you are, love your work.
Kerryn, you are a terrific friend and an amazing scrapper.
Also Kirsty another fantastic friend, your creations are in incredible.
And last but not least is the lovely Jayne, another scrapper and friend that I am very proud to know.
So all you lovely friends enjoy your award.
Monday, May 18, 2009
This one was for the Little Rascal Challenge set by Rachel. Criteria was to use a photo of kids getting up to mischief, also a transparence, rubons and paper tearing. I loved the Kaisercraft paper I used here, gorgeous colours. I snapped these photos of Summah when she got into my make-up, she was 2 years old and the funny thing was she knew exactly what she was doing with the make-up, lol....
This next one is for the Forest Gump Challenge by Tracey. Criteria for this challenge: use the quote 'Life is like a box of chocolates' also one chocolate coloured patterned paper or embellishment and a photo that isn't picture perfect. I tried my hand at digi scrapbooking for this LO. I love the colours I used and the cardboard behind the photo. I also found these cool masks that I used over the photo.
The third one I have to share was for Horton Hears A Who! by Ann-Marie. Criteria was to use the quote 'a persons a person no matter how small'. I did another digi LO for this challenge, so loved this photo of Summah when she was 2 weeks old.
The final one to share was for Grease by Shell. Criteria for this challenge: a pic of your favourite star, ripped paper flowers min 5, font in 2 different colours. I did this one for a bit of fun, don't you just love Kermit the Frog....
Well that is all for now, still have a few more challenge to get done so hopefully tomorrow I will get a few more done seeing as I am stuck at home without a car again. Oldest daughter has borrowed my car this week while hers goes in to get the damage repaired from her accident. Then I am hoping mine will go in next week to get fixed from the cow sitting on it. So anyway house bound again so I should be able to get lots of scrapping done right....well will see!
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
I did this layout for the 'Shaping Up' challenge over at Crafting In Style.
It didn't turn out the way I had it pictured in my head, oh well I don't mind the end result.
Well I am so glad that everything has quietened down here after what happened on Monday. Boy if that is one day that I could wipe off the calender I would. Let me tell you briefly what happened...
My oldest daughter had a car accident, another car side swiped her, both grand daughter & daughter are fine than god! Then I get a phone call from my sister to tell me that my step dad was in hospital with a blocked bowel. She also told me that my great nephew who is aged 7 has a hernia which is going into his stomach, they have to operate. Then when I go into town to pick up my hubby's car the cost was $1300 and it still has work to be done on it tomorrow, so more money...oh this was the last draw I was ready to crawl under a rock and not come out.
So that was my day on Monday, so you can see why I wanted to wipe it out...
So anyway that is all for today.
Saturday, May 09, 2009
Yes that is right a cow sat on my car, my Mazda RX8...
Hubby and I were coming home from shopping on Thursday night at 7.45pm and there was this cow in the middle of the road. We slowed right down and were doing 10km/hr to try and get past it. The stupid thing was running all over the road, weaving everywhere, next thing we know it's back legs gave out from under it and it sat on the side of my car.....I now have a damaged side panel.
We were so mad, how could this happen. How could this cow be out on the road.
So this coming week I have to get the insurance assessor to have a look at it. Well here are some photos of the damage...the lady at the insurance company had a good laugh when I told her a cow sat on my car.
I was so glad that we didn't hit it going any faster, would not like to think what would of happened even if my car has got 6 air bags.
Tuesday, May 05, 2009
So here is my take on the challenge....
The criteria was to use black/grey/pink/purple colors only, a quirky title, 1 photo, material & stitching. Well I think I covered everything, I made my tag out of material then inked it pink. I am not happy with the end result :( oh well it is done now.
Sunday, May 03, 2009
Twiddleybitz are having a fantastic giveaway right here!!! One person will win a box of Twiddleybitz goodies and 11 others will win one product each!
All you need to do is leave a comment here (making sure you leave your contact details) and link this giveaway at your blog (if you have one).
A number generator to pick the lucky winner on May 10th, 2009.
You've gotta be in it to win it!!!PS: Yes this giveaway is open to International people also!!!
Saturday, May 02, 2009
This image isn't too good, I took it in my scrapping room as the sun had already set...I might take another photo of it tomorrow when the light is better.
I wasn't going to just use pink on the layout but it just happened, lol...
Went out for lunch today to a 50th Wedding Anniversary, yep my in-laws have celebrated their 50th. It was lovely seeing all the family together has my brother-in-law and his family live away. We had a lovely time catching up, eating and drinking way too much. I will upload photos soon as my youngest daughter lets me get them off her camera, dumb dumb here forgot her camera :(
Well that is all for today...
Friday, May 01, 2009
I am so glad I could finally get some scrapping done after attempting too all week...
Our dog King is still not doing to well, he isn't walking at all, he has 3 feet with stitches. He is also moaning a lot from all the pain he is in, so still waiting to see what will happen. He is going back to the vet this arvo so will see what they say.
Well anyway I am going to attempt another layout this afternoon, woo hoo...