Tuesday, September 18, 2007

This Is Me

Marissa says, KAYA!

I love this picture of my niece's daughter, so mesmerized with the task that is set before her. I hope that for most of the time, the toys she would be given to play with is a sheet of paper and a few pieces of crayons.


Journaling:
Hannah, 1 year old; This is Me

Supplies Used:
AmandaMcGee-Bloom Paper-Pink [background]; AnitaLP Designs GoingToNana's dotted paper, solid peach & green scraps; AnitaLP Designs Country Delite green paper with white flowers; white paper with colored flowers; JenReed Heart & Soul MiniFlourish; Lively Cubic Stiches; AmyTeets 2Ps Series 1 crayon frame; MindyArmour Rhapsody-This is Me doodle

About Me:
I am Marissa, grand aunt to two darling one-year old girls. More into digital scrapbooking because time is the essence...there are just so many pictures to write about and digital scrapbooking is faster, cleaner, and cheaper.

I also love traditional scrapbooking. Two weeks ago I completed 41 pages of traditional LOs for my friend's officemate. It was very challenging as I was given a few stickers, few sheets of papers, a glue pen, and a week to complete everything!

7 comments:

cabbiejanescrapper said...

i love the cute color blending!!!just perfect for the cute girl!

Anonymous said...

Hi, Ganda ng style. what technique did you use. I love those violet lines on the pictures how did you do it? Teach naman dyan! and even the swirls love it, stamp ba yan?

zabeth

C70 said...

Very pretty paper combination!

CraftFairy said...

Thank you for the comments.
To Anonymous, I used digital supplies ;D.
To achieve something like the "frame" used on the picture on a traditional LO, I suggest scratching the edges of your picture with something sharp like a safety or push pin. Take one of those rectangular erasers, push several pins through it, line them up close together and scratch the surface of your picture - you can design your own: flowers, a written word, etc. You can even color the scratches by carefully dabbing ink or liquid chalk on the scratched surfaces using a Q-tip.
Hope this helps.

Nita Ang said...

Love the scrolls and stitching-effect especially the unraveled portion. Makes me want to take out my portable sewing machine. I have yet to master my sewing skills but the digital effect you did made me realize imperfect sewing looks great afterall and it just gave me a boost of confidence. Also, thanks for the great tip. Got to try it sometime :D

Lee i. said...

I love the papers you used. So girly and yet fun. Love the doodled "handwritten" title too. Thanks for the tip on how to achieve the same effect in a traditional LO.

Me-anne's Nook said...

Ms. Marissa, I love the blending of colors and all the details you did. And your niece is such a darling, my daughter named Hannah to, I think all Hannahs are all adorable.hehehe (sige na wla na kokontra)