Monday, September 20, 2010

Moxie Fab World Challenge--Offset Scallop Gallop

I'm sharing a card with you today which I made for the Moxie Fab World Challenge--Offset Scallop Gallop.
I really love this challenge because I get to use my ever fave scalloped ribbons...

So here's the card...

I made a nice row of scallops from my ever fave ribbons...aren't they lovely?

For the flower, I had a nice little piece of ribbon and did some running stitches on one side, then pulled the stitches to create this posie. I topped it off with a fabric brad as accent..

This card measures 3x4.5,nice little card for a sweet girl...

Thanks for dropping by!

patterned paper--DCWV
white cardstock--Elit
brad--All About Scrapbooking
stamp--Hero Arts
others; scalloped ribbons, pink ribbon(as flower),green ribbon

A Scraplift

Hi there!

I was very happy to share that I already found a group that caters to my scrapbooking's the Scrapbooking Challenges!  I love how they issue new challenges each week! It makes me want to jump into my stuff and start creating all the time...and not to mention the support and appreciation I get from the members...heh! definitely MY GROUP!

So for a scraplift challenge they have over there..(every week, Pamela Young selects an LO from the gallery and make it as model to scraplift..might as well try it yourself!) I created this LO...

(You will see the original LO if you head over at scrapbooking challenges..)

Here's a shot for a closer look...

I created this LO for less than 45 mins. So easy! And I looove how it turned out...really simple and nice...
The flowers and mushrooms are all rub-ons. See how I made some folds on my's my fave technique lately...just adds dimension. I added some butterflies and   rhinestones to complete the LO.

Hope you like it. Thanks!

cardstock,chipboard accents,rub-ons,foam letters--All About Scrapbooking
patterned papers--Collage Press, Autumn Leaves
rhinestones--Martha Stewart
others; butterflies, ribbon

Thursday, September 16, 2010

My sweetie

Hello there!

I noticed how time flies so fast! As I was looking at my daughter earlier today, I saw a naughty little girl and not the sweet baby I have come to know of her...She now utter words clearly and can do little things on her own...Oh! She's not a baby anymore...

So I thought of sharing this LO I made using a picture when she was about to tun little baby, growing up so fast...

What I like about this LO is that, it's simplicity. I love how the picture captured the moment when she was that little chubby baby girl that everyone adored, that cling to her mommy because she still can't stand on her own,hugs a lot and laugh often...

Now, can anybody tell me how I could stop TIME for awhile, just so,to cherish my little girl's sweetness?

Thanks for dropping by today...

life is sweet

life is sweet
Originally uploaded by thepapersalon
Life is sweet indeed! With a daughter to cherish and make LO's can life not be sweet?

What I love about this particular LO is that, I had the opportunity to use many techniques here...(I had this LO from a class,led by Ms. Iris Babao-Uy)...

We used distressing inks,to stamp the flourish image (Prima) and color the branches and leaves..and also we used paint dabbers to color the chipboard frame..

The banner is from sassafras..finish it off with some punched out butterflies, cut out flowers and glittery chipboard flowers.