Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Monday, April 27, 2009
Spotted at the Scrap-it-Lah blog, their very first crop party to be held at Scrappingville. Interested? Details are below:
(click to enlarge the poster)
Hey ladies!! This is the exciting event we are talking about!!
We will be collaborating with ScrappingVille
for a Crop Party in May. We hope that you can come join us.
We gonna have lotsa fun, trust us!
Come and Scrap-It-Lah ...
Friday, April 24, 2009
In conjunction with
National Scrapbooking Day
on 3rd May 2009
SK will have
14 Days of SK FiESTa
FiESTa will start from 1st May till 14th May
There will be tons of activities going on at the SK Forum
and we are bring back the
SK ULTIMATE SCRAPPER ~ SEASON 2
Do join us for the Sequel!!
More details on SK FieSTa here
Don't miss it!!
Cheers.....Wati (SK Owner)
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
I have said it before and I will say it again. I get very excited when one of my scrapper friends makes it to a pub or is being featured. I bought my copy of the Scrapbook Trends from Papier and I was so excited to know that 2 of my friends were featured there. Firstly, Sasha not only 1 layout but 2 layouts that were in the magazine! What a feat! Congrats Sasha!
Monday, April 20, 2009
This is another beautiful creation by Jessy. Who would have thought about it - using the sushi tray to create a beautiful gift for a friend.
I love the mix and match of the east and west here. Don't you?
Thursday, April 9, 2009
This latest tutorial is contributed by Jessy. Thanks so much for sharing this technique on how to make paper flowers using our old magazines. This is such a great way to recycle ladies!
Step no 1: Cut a scalloped shape from the magazine print. We have used the Spellbinders dies here. You can always use whatever you have - e.g. scalloped punch would do this job nicely.
Step no 2: Spray the scalloped die cut with any glimmer mist that you have.
Tip - if you do not own any, how about adding some pearl powder to some distress inks reinkers and some water in a spray bottle and spray it on. That should work fine. Otherwise regular water colour mixed with some pearl powder and water and give it a go.
Step no 3: After it is dry, scrunch the flower up the way Jessy has demonstrated here.
Step no 4: To secure the scrunches, pinch the bottom to resemble a tip.
Step no 6. Try embellishing it with a small flower and add a pearl for the flower center.
If you have other more fun tips and techniques, do share it with us here at Scrapping Inspirations.