Monday, 18 June 2012

Rock you


This month's class (I had announced at the end of last one) is *gulp* scrapbooking and dear readers you will now I ain't no scrapbooker lol!  Once I had declared it so I have to admit I was a little apprehensive but secretly super excited with the challenge.  I decided to start small with a mini book made with Stampin' Up!s top note die cut from the extra thick card you find at the back of designer series paper packs and covered them in co-ordinating papers and card from the tickets and tags scrappin kit.


 As you can see they are a great mix of papers and colours - I love it! and it makes the thought of journalling ( to be added later) and arranging pictures much easier for a newbie like me.


I hope you like my first toe dipping efforts and I will see you soon with the rest of the book.  Have a great day!

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Ink: basic black, card stock: poppy parade, basic grey, whisper white, window sheets and baja breeze.  Accessories: tickets and tags scrappin kit, clip assortments, mini brads, poppy parade poly-stitched ribbon and, white bakers twine real red taffeta ribbon.  Other: dymo labelling and front cover sentiment from paper smooches.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Emma,I thought you said you could'nt scrapbook!!!! You can and very well, trust me when I say this. TFS and have a great week. Cheers Donna Zammit :)

Mandy said...

oh Emma, what a fabulous project!! Just perfect.

xx

Laura said...

Lovely project

Aimes said...

Eeek! Scrapbooking! I'm glad it's not just me who panics slightly at the thought of it! LOL!
Well I have to say that you're a lady of many paper-crafting talents - you can certainly add scrapbooking to your list! (Your li'l guy is so sweet too!)
Hugs!
x

Aimes said...

Eeek! Scrapbooking! I'm glad it's not just me who panics slightly at the thought of it! LOL!
Well I have to say that you're a lady of many paper-crafting talents - you can certainly add scrapbooking to your list! (Your li'l guy is so sweet too!)
Hugs!
x

Christine Blain said...

Way cool! I love this Simply Scrappin' kit, and what you've done with it is fantastic, Emma.