It's been a busy couple of weeks - it was my birthday, we went on a few trips and we had school to get ready for. So this is a little catch up post with a couple of projects to ease me back into my normal routine!
Firstly, this is a page I made for Ruby Rock-it. You can find the original post here on the RRBF blog.
I used the Arcadia collection for this one as the subtle colours and patterns worked so well with the tone of my page.
This page was created using stamps created with the August FREE download stamps designed by me! If you have a stampmaker and want to nab these images, go here. I loved making this page!
There's something about getting messy that speaks to my inner child... ;) Usually I don't get quite so "artsy" on my scrapbook pages, I save it for my art journal.
The last page I wanted to share is one of my recent favourites. I created it for one of the Olympic challenges over on Jenni Bowlin's site. (BTW, they are holding a call for JBS Ambassadors at the moment - run and get your applications in!)
I almost always purchase the Antiquarian add-on in addition to my main kit (who am I kidding? And the rest, LOL) which means I have lots of scraps of vintage ephemera hanging around in my space. I used lots of bits and pieces to create the canvas for this page. I wasn't sure if it would work but I LOVE how it turned out. Is it ok to say that about your own work?!
And finally, I have some exciting news: I'm going to be teaching scrappy classes again! Yeah! Tami Taylor has invited me to be a teacher over at Creative Passion Classes.
They already offer a fantastic selection of classes for both paper and digi scrappers with some amazing instructors, and I'm tasked with upping the "paper" content. I'm already working on my first class, which is something I'm really excited about. Can you guess what it is? ;)
Well, congratulations if you made it to the bottom of my epic catch-up post! It's Friday, so go forth and enjoy the weekend!