Monday, December 31, 2012

Scrap the boys challenge

This was a challenge as I only have girls, and my hubby hates his photo being taken, so I had to pinch this gorgeous pic of my cousin's son.  The challenge was to scrap a Christmas photo with non-traditional colours.  I chose white and brown with a touch of green.

 The chipboard frame, bauble, and Christmas tree are all by Twiddleybitz. I covered the frame and bauble with metal foil tape, and the Christmas tree was painted with Lindys Stamp Gang Starburst sprays.

 The Anna Griffin paisley patterned paper was totally transformed with paint, mists, paper scraps, and washi tape.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

My Twiddleybitz birdcage

 A gorgeous spot we found whilst Four Wheel Driving on Boxing Day

 My birdcage using Twiddleybitz products....

 I had to leave the cage open, because I like birds to be free. 

I love how this turned out!  What do you think?

Friday, December 28, 2012

December White with One

Here's my entry for White With One for December.  I've used Twiddleybitz chipboard Christmas Baubles.

Monday, December 24, 2012

Some glittery Twiddleybitz

Hi everybody,
I'm a bit excited as my canvas was selected for an Honorable Mention in the Scrapbooking Memories Masters competition.  And I've had three projects selected for publication in upcoming issues of Scrapbook Creations.
 It's Tina again with another layout using Basic Grey's Paper Cottage range,  and lots of gorgeous Twiddleybitz chipboard, and glitter.

 I made the tulle flowers myself!  Aren't they pretty?
I'd like to wish you all a wonderful Christmas, filled with blessings and all the good things that life has to offer.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Creating with Teresa Collins

 Hi, It's Tina Connolly, with a little something to share.
Here's a layout I did using papers from the Teresa Collins Fabrications range.  I used Green Diamond for the base, accented with Red Flowers, and Ornate Brackets as the inner background.  It's quite a simple layout, but I love the rich detail in this range, which makes a striking combination.
These papers are discounted only $0.70 per sheet at Scrapbook Diva's so grab a bargain while you can!

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Sketch challenge

Here's my entry for Diana Fisher's Sketch Challenge for the Core'dinations Hard Core Holiday Crop.
I used Core'dinations Glitter Silk for the letters (gold) and punched strip (red), and Color Core for my diecut pieces.  The photomat was made using Coredinations Tim Holtz Distress collection.

Make sure you scroll down, and check out my other creations, as I have done multiple posts this weekend.

Core'dinations "Recipe" and "Bag & tag" challenges

My entry for the "Recipe Challenge".
  The challenge was to create a scrapbook page featuring these 4 prominent ingredients of a classic "chocolate chip cookie":

BROWN SUGAR - Page must contain some type of Core'dinations Kraft or Kraft Core  cardstock, OR you may use any color of Brown Core'dinations cardstock that you may have on hand!  (I used Jenni Bowlin that had a kraft colour as its core/reverse side)
SUGAR - Page must contain some type of Glitter, Embossing powder or Bling. (I used glittered embellishments, rhinestones, and Core'dinations Glitter Silk)
CHOCOLATE CHIPS - Page must contain Polka Dot embossing, (I used Core cardstock that was embossed with a dotted folder).
CHOPPED WALNUTS - Page must contain some "distressing technique".(Mine was sanding, tearing and edge distressing)

 Here's my take on the Bag and Tag challenge,   The colour looks pink instead of red as I took the photo in bright sunlight.  The chipboard pieces (tree and snowflake) are by Twiddleybitz.

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Stampendous challenge

My take on the challenge using two gorgeous stamps from Stampendous, and Core'dinations cardstock, (plus some Lindy's Stamp Gang sprays, and a couple of dies)

 Thanks for looking.

Core'dinations "10 minute cards"

Here's my entry for the Core'dinations Hard Core Holiday Crop challenge by Tami Mayberry.

I've used Core'dinations (Foundations white and black, and Jenni  Bowlin Core Impressions in red), Spellbinders dies, & metal foil tape to make this card.


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