Monday, 29 September 2008
For the girls that are coming to me this week for scrapbooking, sincere apologies for not posting what you are doing sooner. I am having problems with delivery of the papers and had hoped to get them today but its not looking good! I went out and brought some of the papers so I could get on with the layouts which are now on my table sort of half done but I cant do anything now but wait, so I will give you the photos sizes and a photo of the papers from a web site so you can get an idea of colours.
layout 1 6x4 port or 7x5 Port
layout 2 7x5 land or 2 6x4 Port
layout 3 7x5 port or 2 6x4 land + 2 approx 2 1/2x3 1/2 port or a 6x4 land that can be cropped.
Thursday, 25 September 2008
These are the layouts from this weeks class. I still have some kits left for £9.00 if you are interested. The kits includes 4 patterned cardstock, 4 sheets of plain cardstock, 1 precut circle, double sheet of die cuts, whole pack of die cut alphabets in white card, ribbon and snaps as well as full instructions for both the single and the double layout.
Sunday, 21 September 2008
For the girls at this weeks crop, here are the papers we are using for a single and a double layout. You will need for the double layout, 1 6x4 portrait, 1 6x4 landscape which can have some of the right hand side cut off as it is going to be split over the two pages, so you dont want it going through somebodys face!! 1 6x4 landscape that can be cropped to about 5x4 and 2 3x21/2 photos(I had 1 landscape 1 portrait). For the single you need just one 6x4 or 7x5 portrait photo, if you dont have a coloured photo a black and white one would be fine. I have used photos my sons trip to Rome for the double and a photo of my hubby for the single, it has the title Love but you can change that to anything you want and replace the heart dies with something else from the huge sheet you are getting in this kit. You are also getting a beautiful pack of thin white cardstock alphabets, but I am getting to much glare from the wrapper so I have taken it off the photo.
I will post the layouts thursday as usual.
Enjoy the weekend....fab weather for once!!
Thursday, 18 September 2008
Friday, 12 September 2008
As promised a look inside my mini book from yesterdays class. I have used 10 photos the largest being 3 x 21/2. You get the accents I have used with the book and I have added ribbon from the same range, which you get in the kit. The pocket has a tag which you can journal on or as I have done added another photo.
I have 2 kits left if anybody wants one, they are £5.00
Wednesday, 10 September 2008
I have just completed my class layouts from next week the 18th September. I am showing you a peek at the stunning papers we are going to be using from the new Basic grey range Ambrosia. The are beautifully rich reds,oranges and greys suitable for any type of photo.
You will need the following photos for the 3 layouts you are going to be doing.
Layout 1.... 1 7x5 landscape
layout 2.... 1 7x5 portrait or 2 6x4 landscape plus 1 4x21/2 approx portrait.
layout 3....1 6x4 landscape plus 1 4x4 photo
I will post the layouts for everybody else to see next Thursday.
Tuesday, 9 September 2008
For anybody who is coming to this weeks class, I just wanted to let you know you need a 7x5 landscape photo and 3 small photos around 3x2. For the mini book you need lots of little photos, ones that can be cropped are ideal then you can play with where you want them to go.
Thursday, 4 September 2008
These are the layouts that the girls did today at Crafty Cockney. The papers are Vita Bella and the embellishments have been made with the Vita Bella stamps and Versamagic Aegean blue and Colorbox chalk Lime Pastel inks. Flourish and words have been stamped with Versafine black ink. Ribbons are also from the same range. The title has been die cut with the cricut Plantin cartridge. The journaling stamp is from Lil Davis.
Monday, 1 September 2008
This is one of my layouts I have been wanting to do for ages of my daughter Emma blowing the candles out on her 18th birthday. The papers, chipboard embellishments and brads are all from the Imaginisce range. The flowers and ribbon are from my stash!