Hi everybody! So happy to have you here reading along my blog, keep your eyes out for a new giveaway happening really soon right here!
I am over on the PaperHaus Magazine Blog today sharing my top tips to add Shabby to any project and I have also got a little video to show you how. Click here to view my post on the PaperHaus Blog. Here is the layout that I have created using these shabby tips…
This layout is also my entry into this month’s Once Upon A Sketch Challenge. The criteria for the challenge this month was to use the below sketch designed by the fabulous Nadia and then the theme was luck.
One of the main criteria for Once Upon a Sketch is to include proper journalling not just a title. I have extended my title with a little journalling on the bottom of my layout but then have more detailed journalling on the tag that is inside the Melissa Frances Vellum Envelope tucked into the left. My journalling reflects how lucky I am in love to have found a husband who is just as dorky and nerdy as I am LOL. The photo is a silly pose we did at our wedding in the midst of professional photos and smiling lots haha.
Don’t forget to head on over to the Once Upon a Sketch Blog here to enter your interpretation of the challenge also. You have until Midnight tonight.
Don’t forget to also head on over to the PaperHaus Magazine Blog here to check out the rest of the details for this layout along with my top shabby tips video tutorial.
Products Used for this layout Include…
Cést Magnifique September Kit including
ScrapBerry Colorful Dream Papers
Kaisercraft True Romance Die Cuts
Blue Fern Studios Chipboard Banners
Tim Holtz Rock Candy Crackle Medium
Crafters Workshop Damask Mask
Distress Ink Antique Linen
Flowers from Flourish with a Bling, Manor House Creations & Kaisercraft
Melissa Frances Vellum Envelope & Tag
Prima Marketing Shabby Resin & Say it in Pearls
Ingvild Bolme Shabby Resin
Prima Marketing Butterflies & Alpha Stickers
Maya Road Vintage Trinkets
Lindy’s Stamp Gang Starburst Stain Spray Creme Brulee Cream
Until next time, happy scrapping!
Amy Prior xx