Sunday, 29 September 2013

Hello everyone! Wow this month has just flown by, some very long hours spent on my computer designing new chip embellinshments everyday.
This is my entry for the September Scrapbookit Challenge.
The requirements were to use rubons, chipboard and a handmade embellishment.
The cardstock I used was American Crafts - Black Glitter and papers were from the hallowed eve collection. The rubons in the background were also from American Crafts - Eerie collection.
I am very pleased to say this chipboard was made by myself and is available for purchase through the scraptopia store. I heat embossed with midnight magic embossing powder, then I sprayed with a clear varnish.

My handmade embellishment I chose to go on this layout was a gothic hello kittle bottle cap that finishes the photo off perfectly.

For the title I could not decide on what to use so I just used my pc and printer and roughly tore the edges to place randomly around the page. Not my usual style of scrapping and I do find it hard to do layouts that don't have flowers and lace so stepping out of my comfort zone on this one.

Saturday, 7 September 2013

September Challenge - Anything Goes
Septembers Challenge at the Anything Goes Challenges Blog was a garden/butterfly. This is my interpretation of it.



Hi everyone, sorry for the delay between posts, I have been very busy designing chipboard embellishments with my new laser :) After a very hectic few weeks I decided to distress by doing some scrapbooking challenges. Here is the LO I done for the Kaiser Challenge.

I created the background paper with old photo distress ink and the Kaiser bubbles stencil, to get the dark to light bubbles I also sprayed it with glimmer mist- Vanilla breeze. The papers I used were also from Kaiser - Needle & Thread Collection.
The flowers are a mixture of Kaiser and handmade flowers I had in my stash box. The chip I designed myself and is available through me, I painted the chip with shabby shutters distress crackle and then covered in glossy accents. The resins are handmade by the very talented Brenda Caldow.

I also used perfect pearls in buttercup and soft sage ink to distress my papers. Thanks for stopping by. Kylie x