Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Scrapbook - Page #16: The last one!! :D :D

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Yay!! Finally, finally, we are here with the last page of this scrapbook (unless Deval decides to add some more later :P.)

So for this page, Deval wanted to add a few pictures from the trip they were taking for their 5th Wedding Anniversary (to Jaipur) and since this scrapbook was made for said anniversary, obviously the pictures weren't there when I was working on this. So I just embellished and left loads of space for some pictures as well as journaling.

As Jaipur is also known as the Pink City, with Deval's permission, I decided to go all Pink on this one!! :)

The base PP used for this page is from Grace Taylor's Brights Collection. I loved how the Pink Polka dots were subtle to allow embellishments to pop as well as to allow journaling directly on it.

On the top left, I used banner stickers from Echo Park's This & That Graceful Collection and added some twine on top.

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Scrapbook - Page #15: Chipboard, Chipboard and some more Chipboard :D

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Wow, we're almost done with this series. I am kinda feeling overwhelmed!! :P I really am.. I was looking forward to sharing all the pictures and now that I am almost done, I am a little sad. However, the fact that I have two more (and I am sure by the time I am done sharing those, we'll have a few more) scrapbooks, is the thing that makes this all better.

Quite honestly, ever since I finished the Valentine's Day cards (and that was February 12th) I haven't crafted at all, not even the mess on my crafting table back in it's place. I am behind on Design Team projects (I've even missed a few and I don't feel like creating at this moment, and that's why older projects are what keep me going, what keep this blog from going idle. :)

Enough about that, though. Let's talk about this one. This page. The second last from this scrapbook.

I made this one pretty simple. Embellished with lots of MME's chipboard elements and a few PP ribbons, this page was done! It's clean, simple and elegant (I think) mostly because the background was sooo amazing that I wanted it to be visible. So without much jibber-jabber (again) let me show this to you. :)

Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Scrapbook - Page #14:Fussy Cut Flowers and Doilys, Stitched Borders and Washi Tapes | Inspired

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Good morning, all!

Another one of my beloved pages from the scrapbook. Without any jibber-jabber (words of Judge Sanders of the Boston Legal fame :P), I'll get straight to the point.

This page has pictures from the couple's engagement and at another wedding. As the base, I've used a 12" x 12" sheet from Echo Park's Paradise Beach Collection. Let us start with sneak peeks.. Here's a glimpse at the top right corner of the page.

Saturday, 8 March 2014

Scrapbook - Page #13: Twine, Rosettes, Stitching & some Negative Space

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Alright, I am back! (Not in the KJo way, but back with another post.. :D :D)

After sharing a page with pictures from her birthday, here's a page with pictures from his. :) The base PP for this page is from Echo Park's For The Record 2 collection.

For this page, decided to make rosettes as embellishments. I used 12" long strips. For larger rosettes, the were 1" wide and I think 3/4" or 1/2" inch wide for the smaller ones. For the center, I punched out circles using the 3/4" EK Success circle punch and adhered twine underneath to make them look like they were floating.