Oh my goodness where do I start? I just love love love this Cottage Wall designer series paper and Window Sheets (they're printed acetate sheets), and the rich razzleberry dotty ribbon are to die for...
When creating scrapbook pages, I find it's useful to take digital photos of the creation process. The dotty ribbon was the inspiration, as soon as I saw it I knew I had these amazing photos to scrap...only one is in focus, as she was moving 2 quickly, but I think the blurriness portrays this sense of movement and the black and white photo means that you focus on the one unblurred image. I hoped to add couple of shots showing the page in progress, but Blogger's not playing today (I'll try a later post), I often use scrap paper and print my photos on copier paper initally to avoid mistakes, and free up the creative process. Nothing is stuck down until I'm completely happy.
To hop on to some more fab creations starting with the lovely Jo who's next on round 2 of the blog hop click on her name or perhaps you'd like to go backwards around this loop and visit Teri's creations here?
Round 1 is here if you need more inspiration and yet more in Round 3. So if you've completed the marathon of all three rounds you will have seen at least 45 amazing projects to inspire you, all starting with the 11 new products. WOW!!!
From 9 June I will be posting a new project everyday for 12 days, do come back to see more.
On 20 June Carole Claxton, another lovely Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and I are going to be demonstrating at the Suffolk Scrapbook and Cardmaking Fayre, its a major event. We'll be doing 'make and takes' so come and play. Look out for our show specials and for an announcement of our July crafting day. It opens 10-4pm ans is at the Needham Market Community Centre, School Street, Needham Market. Its free entry and there's lovely teas and amazing cake - if it was anything like last time! There's free parking too, or you could jump on the train.
More scrapbooking? see if you can spot another scrapbook page on my blog...and no they're not related...