I created this layout few weeks ago. Splash of color on the solid background paper, acrylic paint as border of the pictures, squares cut as triangles to create a chevron pattern... Sewed on patterned paper... Added embellishments - brads with matching colors (to my imagination theme: blue for the sky, green for the grass and brown for the ground?)....
Anyway - I love this pictures, taken ~7 years ago :-)
What can you do with scoring board?
This is the topic of today's post @ Prcatical Scrappers...
I chose to create this exploding box for the Jewish calendar new year....
What do you do with your scoring board? :-) I'd like to read!
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Today's post at Practical Scrappers is about back to school cards & layouts.
I created this simple window card with my collection: School Is Cool.
Tearing the small papers ,and inking the edges... Adding greeting with small letters... Adding small embellishments from the kit cover - the bag is on the inner paper.
Mor saw this card and says: I know who can get this card! I am! I'm going to first grade! I can't believe my baby is going to first grade - Good luck Morky :-)
Ilan, Oren's big brother, celebrated 50... What a number :-)
I used the scraps from this layout and inside I stamped a little bird, to match the "theme" of the family's greeting...
So, again, Happy Birthday Ilan!
This layout was inspired by the first challenge of the new Israeli challenges blog.
I took an old picture of Oren, my husband, with his grand father. Few years ago he got a pack of pictures from his childhood and I guess I kept this pack of pictures with other old pictures I have.
While searching for an interesting picture to scrap - I found this one...
On one hand - I wanted the colors to be neutral, not colorful - and the papers chosen makes the picture pop.
I took a dictionary page with "attention" and "kindness" / "wisdom" and put it below the picture. I added the twine and the lace, which are kind of contradictions.
What do you think?I'd love to read :-)
Yes, it's starting...
The new year, by the Jewish calendar, will be celebrated in a month (mid September this year).
I started to create the new year's cards.
In this card I used the "window" technique (like this one) - the apple and the sentiment is part of the greeting that will be written.
The paper I used is from one of my latest stacks: Tishrei Holidays. If you want to purchase, you can found it here.
I appreciate your comments :-)