Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Values of Sharing

Zabeth says, KAYA!

I was eating my Skyflakes crackers and thinking about the Kaya 7 Sweet Inspiration challenge. I asked myself if I could make it since the deadline is approaching. This is very hard, I thought, as I looked to find any stuff that I can scraplift. Then the colors of the Skyflakes packaging came to mind. It gave me the inspiration for I like those red stripes and blue color combination.

Yupee! I have my scraplifted idea and I borrowed the Skyflakes can from my mother-in-law and I worked on my LO.

Father and daughter sharing sweet moments to share Hershey the sweet chocolate.

Materials Used:
ABS paper, Making Memories Harvest paint, Hambly Vintage Motif black rub-ons, Alphabet overlay traditional black, Alphabitties American Navy, MMBI rub-ons, Sailor marker pen-cream, Festive gel pen.

Technique Used/Tools Used:
Placed my cutting mat and prepared my Provo-craft paper trimmer to cut papers, painted using MM colors, cut the pictures, put some rub-ons, and stickers as designs and journaling.

About ME:
Elizabeth, Zabeth for short. Married to Charles with one daughter Grace Kelly. A friend introduced me to scrapbooking. I enjoyed it and it became my hobby. Now, I’m really into it and I find myself doing both traditional and digital LOs. I also enjoy participating in EBs and challenges to share and learn new techniques. Please view some of my work at www.elizabethtangochuico.blogspot.com.


marjorie said...

wow zabeth! galing! kuhang kuha mo ang colors ah! very well done!

Roxannee said...

wow hershey's chocolate!! ayan ang nami miss ko....cool lay out zabeth

Nita Ang said...

Matakaw ka talaga, Zabeth. Sky Flakes unang pumasok sa utak mo - LOL. Pero ang galing ha... kuha mo sya! Natuwa pa ako sa pictures ng mag-ama mo... awwww, bonding sila... :D

micheljoi said...

Wala ako masabi Zabeth. Great work... great inspiration.

janujennifer said...

sky flakes na skyflakes ah! wonderful source of idea, zabeth

CraftFairy said...

Kuhang-kuha ang arrangement. Gave me idea of how to use stripes. Thanks.