I always love the challenges of Jot Magazine. First I started to draw some plants just for fun and then I thought that they can be part of my project. After completing my drawings, I added some gray drops using my gelato. Once the paper was dry, I completed the drawings whit gold rub-ons. I cut out some flowers and leaves whit my Cameo, and I placed them on top of the drawn composition. I always try to use all parts of the diecuts, so I decided to glue down the negative part too, as if they were leaves falling the tree in a storm. To embellish I also used my Cameo, cutting out two bows from gold printed vellum. Finally I added my title. I created a little composition on the right side in order to balance the page and to add the date. To have a more girly lookl, I layerd some doilies under my photo. Thank you Lauren fot the inspiration! Love, P.J.
As I previously mentioned, we had our first family photography taken in January. I like this photo so much of my son because it is extremely idealistic. That is why I have chosen the title “Flawless”. I did not want to use much colors, I just piled up some NCsD chipboards, white resin frames, and bit of metallic add-ons to be more masculine finish. 😉 I put everything underneath his photo except the little fella, who sag into the picture. I am very proud of myself, because I could resist making splatters! Finally I put some light blue acrylic elements; I think they bring some life to this great whiteness. So, this is my fairy tale about a three years old, flawless little boy… Love, P.J.
Katie from Gossamerblue have chosen my page Me, Myself and I to lift. Here you can see her lovely and fun version. I couldn’t be happier!
I have made this layout about my daughter. I have this photo about her since ages. I wanted to scrap it, but I had no clue how to do it, till I found this background chipboard from NőiCsizma Design. I cut out a circle with a punch from the chipboard, then I stamped all over the white spaces. The only things i used to embellish is some dots and rub-ons, and the big orange circle whit the X. That is it! 🙂 Challenge: In The Scrap
Do you admit or not, facebook is part of our life. Sometimes things happen faster in our virtual community, than in real life. Do you think that everything is documented what you have on facebook? I prepared this workshop as exercises in style. It won’t document one particular event, like a birthday, wedding, etc. The common ground is the source of inspiration, facebook, and because your facebook profile is you, so you can interpret this mini as a “Me” album if you like. Chapters: – front cover – see it in a different way – selfie – comments – I was tagged – quotes – just for fun – events – photo posts – back cover