We have a scraplift game here in Hungary started by Anna. As a winner of the last challenge, it was my turn to scraplift three layouts from the artists of our community. So the good answer is: The fist layout I scraplifted from Dido: the second one is from Noémi Mounier: and the third is from Gólya: Love, P.J.
Sorry guys, this will be a post in Hungarian, but in the second part I will explain everything. Emlékeztek, hogy másfél hónappal ezelőtt Anna egy remek játékot indított? A játék lényege, hogy hazai scrapperek oldalait lifteljük, majd közzétesszük a saját verziónkat. Nektek nincs más dolgotok, csak kitalálni kik voltak az eredeti alkotók. Az nyer, aki először sorrendben leírja a a facebook poszt alá a helyes sorrendben az eredeti alkotók nevét. Én nem voltam olyan termékeny mint Anna, csak három oldalt készítettem, de alaposan körülnézem a hazai blogokon… Tadáááám, a három oldal: 1. 2. 3. Nyeremény is van! De ez legyen még meglepetés. Love, P.J.
I am proud to announce that I am in Jot Magazine again: Yuppiiieeee! Love, P.J.
I am so excited to share my first process video on Cocoloko’s blog today! Three techniques in ten minutes. Jump in and make sure to check the tutorial here. Love, P.J.
After a beautiful vacation full of new experiences and inspirations, I am back to show you my last two quick and easy layouts: On the first layout I drew the title with Silhouette Sketch Pen, On the second one I made my own background stamping with Felicity Jane’s – Suse Fish – Happy Stamp. Love, P.J.
Wedding money envelope for my children’s kindergarten teacher: Love, P.J.
I read somewhere that Vincent Van Gogh used to eat yellow paint because he thought that it would get the happiness inside of him. Although I adore the maestro, I hope my children will never need to do this. This layout I made for Jot Magazine’s July Mood Board Challenge: Thank you Kim for the inspiration! Special thanks to SOADYART for the lemons. Love, P.J.
I’m so happy and proud to be the winner of Cocoloko’s May challenge. Look at all these goodies I’ve received! And more! I´m the guest designer in July. As I mentioned before I made two “defiance” layout for my children. This second one I created to my daughter in neon style , with bright, vivid colors for the July challenge of Cocoloko. I used Felicity Jane Kits and Wilna’s cutfile, as always. Something else is coming soon….;-) Love, P.J.
I decided to document my kids best sayings in scrapbook layouts. This is the first one of the series. I found this gorgeous big sequin cut files from FJ Studio in the Silhouette store and I could not resist. Con este layout participo en el reto de julio de In the Scrap. Love, P.J.
(dɪˈfaɪ əns) n. 1. a bold resistance to authority or to any opposing force. 2. a challenge, as to meet in combat. Idioms: in defiance of, despite; notwithstanding. [1250–1300; Middle English < Old French, =defi(er) to defy + -ance -ance] Random House Kernerman Webster’s College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. I love this definition, because for me defiance is much more than a bold resistance to authority. If only it were that simple … I made two “defiance” layout for my children. Here I show you the one I cteated for my son. My daughter’s layout will be a little surpise, my international debute as a guest designer. Yuppppiiiiiieeeeee! I’m so Excited! This layout was inspired by Lauren’s mood board. Jot Magazine. Love, P.J.