Thursday, September 27, 2007

Art Attack

Nita says, KAYA!

I fondly remember this guy in Nickelodeon who hosts the show “Art Attack”. I love the way he puts together ordinary items to form an ingenious work of art. Well, when my daughter drew on the wall with a yellow crayon, he was the first thing that came to my mind. Sam’s barely 2 yrs old, but I can already see that she has the same artistic interest like me. Being the consenting stage mother that I am, I intend to give her all the opportunity to artistically express herself – just as long as it is not on the walls of our house. LOL. I believe this is one of the thrills of having a child, that you are able to mold and support your kids to meet their full potentials. I can’t wait to see her bloom in the coming years. For now, I shall content myself in scrapping her everyday antics. Hope you like my entry as much as I enjoy doing this page. Thanks for viewing :D


Journaling Reads:
Sam woke me up one morning from a blissful slumber and said, “Mama, pi-sel”. I mumbled, “Yes-yes, darling” and immediately went back to sleep. A few minutes later, she nudged me again and said, “MAMA, PI-SEL!” showing me a yellow object on one hand and a torn page of a coloring book on another. Realization immediately dawned on me and I sharply turned to the wall behind the bed. There, in all its glory, is my daughter’s own rendition of the Sistine Chapel! I couldn’t help but laugh as she innocently laughed with me. Inasmuch as I hate to be the sour puss in the family, I handed her a baby wipes and she eagerly helped me clean up her very first work of ART.

Materials Used:
1) Daisy D’s Salt Water Taffy “Sweet” PPS; 2) Daisy D’s “Salt Water Swirl” PPS; 3) Daisy D’s Salt Water Taffy “Pineapple Scroll” PPS; 4) AMM “Juicy” PPS; 5) Daisy D’s Sidewalk Chalk Stripe PPS; 6) Daisy D’s Playground Plaid PPS; Daisy D’s cardstock stickers; Prima flowers; Craft Express alpha chipboard; MM brads; Decorative bead; MM acrylic paint; Colorbox stamp pad.

Other Materials:
Simply Scrappy nested circle and ultimate circle template; Cuttlebug alpha dies (Olivia); Typewriter.

Technique Used:
Layering and inking.

About ME:
Proudly a Scrappinmoms Idol survivor :D Didn’t expect to come this far but am sure glad I didn’t quit when I intended to – and that was almost every week. LOL. Read more about my scrapping misadventures at copycatscrapper.blogspot.com I admit, I have neglected it for quite sometime but I intend to update it pretty soon. See you there :D

6 comments:

marjorie said...

oooh..this is so funny! and adorable! i like how u did the journaling..nice touch with the 3 brads..great job nita!

Joyleen Dianne Co Lim said...

Hello Nita... Finally!! You're done!! Mine? Still pending. I didn't expect this outcome. SO BEAUTIFUL!!! I love the colors you used! Stunning! Journaling? Two thumbs up!! Exactong-exacto sa nakuwento mo sa akin. Mwah!!

Lee i. said...

As usual, sapol sa journaling. I am liking the layered flowers.

CraftFairy said...

This is one moment that hits the spot! Years from now it will still be a favorite topic during get-togethers and you've got it recorded in your journaling and LO. Luv it!

C70 said...

Love the journaling, Nita! Great job on putting those papers together! What a pretty page this is

Me-anne's Nook said...

i love the choose of colors it did blend well, i love the flowers and hanep sa journaling. congrats.