Tuesday, 23 June 2009


Another trick I use when I am meeting a bit uninspired or demotivated to pick up the glue stick is to rise to a challenge. Libby and I have been doing these on and off since the very beginning and now that she has a bit more time to scrap (which is SO fab!) we have been doing them again recently.

The last one was on the collectibles and honestly, those Momiji dolls were so adorable (here) and this time, I set the challenge to create a layout using different manufacturers and collections. In other words, try and make sure that everything on the page is different. Sarah beat us all this time and speed scrapped a lovely beach layout and after my minor successes last night with my 12 on 12, I moved on to mine too.

I had such a rummage through my stash to find papers and bits and pieces and tried hard not to make everything coordinate too much - think I do that too often!

So here is my list of supplies:
Cardstock - Bazzill
Patterned Papers
Green dots: Rayher Classic collection Dots
Pink solid: Little Yellow Bicycle Delightful collection Pink Bird
Pink Heart: CreaMotion
Apple: Sassafrass
Turquoise: MME Penny Lane
Blue scallop - Creative Imaginations
Blue lace - KI Memories
Words: unknown (from Germany)
Journalling spot: MM Noteworthy collection
Chipboard letters: American Crafts Thickers
Flowers: Artoz papier
Green brads: Chatterbox
Fabric brads: K&Co Amy Butler
Heart: Heidi Swapp Ghost heart
Pens: Black Staedtler triplus gel liner
White Uni-ball Signo

Feel all pleased with myself now! And on a mini roll (and not the Cadbury's chocolate mini-rolls either although one of those would go down really well now... ;-) )

1 comment:

  1. Wow, plenty of variety on there. But it has all come together really well.

    Mmm, chocolate - no, I am on a diet (yuk!) and I love fruit more!


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