Wednesday, May 16, 2018


I wasn't  sure how to tackle this challenge  but when Ifound this paper in my stash, the book page print  and the floral patterned paper I just was inspired !
Cutting strips of the floral patterned paper and creating stripes then staggering them down the page!

Stamping,  painting,  fussy cutting!
I love to sew as it keeps it secure and it adds texture !

Wednesday, May 2, 2018


Well I had fun playing !
I am planning to share some of my secrets with you BUT 
Not just now check back in here mid month 
 and I'll have some extra photos of my 


I mix a little paint with  texture paste,
blend well,  swipe over stencil using an old credit card onto white cardstock. 
Let it dry  and cut around it. 
The orange circles I did in the same way as outlined below. 

Use gelatos or a cheaper version colour onto white cardstock. 

Spritz with water, blend with a brush. 


Pencil in your title 
Draw the letters side by side,  
Gaps not necessary !

Cut it out 

Outline letters with  a black 1.0 marking pen,  ready to embellish your page! 

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Kraftplus April

Great idea for inspiration ! THANKS !

The yellow corrugate has to be one of my original scrapbooking purchases,
It matched the school colour!
A friend gave the haberdashery to me recently.
The colour paste is singin the blues!
Kaiserkraft new stencil called collage!

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Kraftplus March


I very tediously cut out the Moroccan print from the most recent Kaiserkraft release Misty Mountains.  I think I had rocks in my head when  I came up with this idea !
I also fussy cut some of the flowers!
Great sketch!
 Always a favourite challenge !
Thanks for the inspiration!

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Scrapourstash February Blend sketch challenge

Using the beautiful Cocoa Vanilla range More than Words.
Blending  the 2 sketches is certainly a challenge, 
can you see how I did it ?
I chose the 2 patterned papers than I planned to  add the strips of paper under the photo (as in the sketch) but as i was playing with the strips I came up with putting them down the page creating a horizontal direction ! 
I love the result for this special photo!