These were some of the supplies used in creating the Project Life Pages. I like putting the small embellishments into containers for easy reference and to prevent them from getting blown away. I am using the WRMK plastic protector sheets with Instagram square sizes.
For starters, I chose the photos I wanted and printed them square sized. *These inspiring picture quotes were taken from Proverbs 31. Head over if you are interested in more inspiring quotes.*
Then I cut the patterned papers randomly into 4x4" each.
Here's how the first page looks like. I decided to add some sequins into one of the pockets to add a fun element and sealed it by sewing it through. The rest were created by layering the embellishments together. Here are some of the details:
This was sealed with a sewing machine. Here's the second page of my PL spread:
I added sequins too on the flip side so both sides have sequins in the pockets and sealed tightly with the sewing machine! Supplies were all from this month's kit:
Thanks for dropping by today! Till my next update, take care and God Bless!
Hi everyone! A great day to all of you! Here's my project for Clique Kits playing with the August kit which is just so full of summer love that I can’t help scrapping a photo of a day out with my friends.
I made a spinning photo wheel just simply by attaching a brad to the centre of the photo and it does creates more interest to my project. The clouds and sun were created using my Silhouette Cameo! IKR, how can summer not have sun and clouds?:P Here’s some simple tips on how to create your very own clouds with Silhouette Cameo!
1. Open up the cameo software and start with an empty page.
2. Draw circles around as shown with the eclipse tool.
3. Then select all of the circles.
4. Then select the weld tool. Ta-da a cloud like pattern is formed.
5. To have a flat base like in my layout, use the rectangular tool and make sure the rectangular covers the bottom of the cloud completely.
6. Then select object, modify and subtract.
7. Here’s how it looks like! Of course to get a nice clouds you need to attempt a few more times till you like it!
8. Lastly, I cut it on a white smooth card stock and watercolored it. All the products were from the August Kit:
Hope you have already gotten yours and till my next update, take care and God Bless!:D
Happy Wednesday to all! Welcome to Clique Kits July Pep Rally Blog Share! Hope your week has been great! *Drum rolls* and introducing Clique Kits latest July Collection called Carpe Diem!
For this collection, I have decided to scrap about my DIY Terrariums! Have you tried making one before? It may seem daunting at first (especially when I do not have green fingers), but after trying it it's really easy!
There are quite a few websites that you can just google that provides step by step instructions on how to create your own terrarium! Here's how:
The background was once again created using the June gold foil rectangles washi tape and washi tape from previous collections!Love how it all turned out! I created this as a small reminder to myself to be happy always, no matter what the circumstances:)
Drop by Pink Fresh Studio blog for more details! Thanks for dropping by! Till my next update, take care and God Bless!:D
Heyyie all! How've you guys been? The weather has been really hot in Singapore lately! Rawr to global warming! Staying indoors these few days so I have been rather productive in scrapping as well! Have you guys seen or gotten your hands on Clique Kits July Kit yet? I got mine and was inspired by their July sketch this month to create a layout featuring the barista!:P
Here my take on the sketch:
I wanted the coffee stain kind of look and went to blot random parts of my layout with distress tea dye stains! Love the effect!:D On the side note, for those residing in Singapore, Dutch Colony serves good coffee so try it the next time you pop by Pasarbella!:D
Thanks so much for dropping by! Till my next update, take care and God Bless!