Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Kaya 23 Winner

Thank you very much to the talented ladies who joined this month’s challenge. The entries are as follows:

Mia – Umagang Kay Ganda (1)
Tessah – This is Me (2)
Ching – Nature Calls (3)
Rowee – Nurture (4)
Marian – Strike a Pose (5)
LG – Boracay (6)
Gracie – Princess (7)
Roxannee – Please…Not Yet… (8)
Sheryl – Abe’s Farm (9)
Ems – Vibrant (Happy) Free Spirit (10)
Marix – Me Time (11)
Jeanie – I Want (12)
Cookie – Big Feet (13)
Issa – In Your Eyes (14)

I used a random number generator to select this month's winner.

And the lucky scrapper is... (drumroll please)


Congratulations Ems. Please email me your mailing address so I can send you the prize. My email address is alby_laran@yahoo.com.

Thanks again ladies for joining this month's challenge. Abangan ang Kaya 24!

Monday, March 30, 2009

In Your Eyes...

Issa says, Kaya

It's great to back here at PS' Kaya Challenge! I made this simple page for my niece Gracie. I just love this shot, I cannot resist scrapping it. You can see so much in her eyes as a child... full of life, beauty, joy and love!

Materials Used: DCWV Cardstocks, kraft paper, Provocraft pps, WRMK Whiteout Nonsense pps, buttons, DMC thread, ribbons, glittered glue, MM heart brads and Ranger glossy accents.

Techniques Used: Distressing, Inking and Sewing. For the photo, I used vignetting and wrote the words "In your eyes" in the photo.

About ME:
Hi! I'm Issa Lucido, a stay at home mommy to my two boys Luigi, 15 and Lorenzo, 5 and a partner and a wife to Dodo. I love everything about scrapbooking! The art itself, shopping of yummy stash and the friends I meet along. I started scrapbooking since 2003 when I met Timi Mercado and since then I became hooked. I'm a member of the LB Scrapaholics. You can see visit my creations at http://scrapaholicissa.blogspot.com/.

Big Feet

Cookie says. Kaya!

It has been a long time since I've joined a Kaya Challenge. I'm a dumdum when it comes to hybrid scrapping. Creating this simple page was truly hard for me to finish. I just dont now what to print from my computer and to make matters worst... I only own a laser black printer -no color prints for me! Anyway I'm glad I was able to finish this page. Sharing to you my page...Journaling: You were having a blast while in the Playroom with Daddy!!! I can see you were having a goodtime playing with all those toys around! You even tried on these different costumes. But you were the cutest wearing these Big Feet!

Materials Used: Traditional - Sassafras paper; Cosmo Cricket Paper; Fancy Pants paper; Digital - Printed black print on transparency (placed on the stars), Printed jounaling (transparency)

About Me:

I'm Cookie Aguilar, 31 years old and a SAHM to a super poser boy named Harvey. I love this hobby so much!!! and Im really having a blast creating pages! I struggle on hybrids hahaha! To see more of me, visit me here.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

I Want

Jeanie says KAYA!
This layout is an attempt to prove that midnight blue and coral pink works after a fledgling gay designer told me that my color scheme is not nice. I am not sure if it works though, I think it does. This layout is also an attempt to take a breather from a very stressful month at work. I was actually cutting and pasting while waiting for updates from an officemate. What one would do for scrapbooking! The kit is hello doily from aprintaday. When I saw the colors, the tea-stained papers, flowers and the birds, I knew it was perfect for my motif. I printed my journaling on one of the tags that came with the kit and I hand-cut the bird and flower images that came with the kit.

I want to kiss you
the way raindrops
kiss the flowers -
slowly, sweetly.
I want to love you
the way the earth
loves the sky -
constantly, completely.
Materials Used:
Cardstock: Bazzill; PP's:Sassafras, Basic Grey, October Afternoon; Letter Stickers: AAS; Chipboard: Technique Tuesday; Stamp: Absolument Scrap, Making Memories, Studio Calico; Ink: Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink and Dew Drop Memento; Paint: Tim Holtz Crackle Paint; Digital Elements: Hello Doily from aprintaday.
Techniques Used:
Cutting, Photo Editing, Stamping

About ME:
Is trying to stretch her time between her project cutover, preparing for her wedding, getting in some scrap time and most importantly, being the ideal wife. You can learn more about me

me time

Marix says, KAYA!

I used to do hybrid when I started scrapbooking, though I didn't know it was called hybrid back then. But due to the wide array of ready made elements such as journaling blocks, transparencies, rubons etc., playing with my computer seems irrelevant. Thanks to Alby's challenge I was able to create another hybrid LO which is long overdue, it's not only fun but brings out the scrappers flexibility and creativity. This an old photo which I think suits my thoughts for now. Journaling:
With the fast-paced life I'm currently in... tons of errands and so many things going on in my head... it's time to stop, breathe, sit back, relax and spend some me time.

Materials used:
Traditional - Kraft paper, K&Co tag, AC vinyl thickers, Prima flowers, All about scrapbooking gems & trim (leaves), vintage lace, Heidi Swapp stamp(chandelier), Versafine black, Versacolor violet, Gelly roll pens
Digital elements - Spring time fever by Tia Bennett from TwoPeas

1. Journaling was typed in the photo using Adobe Photoshop
2. Frame stamp was stretched and printed in kraft paper then colored with gel pens
3. Bird with time stamp was printed in a transparency and attached to the LO

Hi Marix here, struggling but coping. Got a blog here.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009


Ems says, KAYA!

A little tweak here and there in your computer plus papers and embellies, viola, you have a hybrid LO! Thanks Alby for the challenge!

This picture was taken when Alexa's starting to learn new tricks and make funny faces. It shows her vibrant and happy personality. Looking at this makes me feel so much blessed!

All of God's grace, in one little face! (courtesy of Bjay, thanks my pren!)

Materials Used:
Digital - Shabby Princess-Festival for the blue (changed to green);journaling tag; Cherie Wardbrushes-Proud 2 be Digi from 2peas for the circle/oblong journaling tag
Traditional - KI Memories papers/lace cardstock; October afternoon pp; Prima tags & flowers; Heidi Swapp/BG flowers; Autumn Leaves buttons; Scenic Route word rub-on; local blings, felt shapes and ribbons; some unknown/unidentified patterned papers

About Me:
Hi I'm Ems! Finally, I have a blog! Would love to see you at http://emsfronda.wordpress.com. Currently over-stressed with work, toxicated with work, worried about work, did I say over-worked too? Thank God for scrapbooking, I'm still sane and intact, never mind that I also over-eat (i know, i know...as always naman eh) hehehe....

Monday, March 23, 2009

Abe's Farm

Sheryl says, KAYA!

Had fun working on this page. I almost didn't make it when my printer conked out while printing the digital part of the LO. Turned out, it just needed a little cleaning and a fresh set of inks. Thank goodness!

P.S.: I was reminded that the journaling had to be computer-generated so I had to re-do that part. :-)

Anyway, here it is:


Digital: Shabby Princess & Sara Carling's Dinner Party Kit ( Ornate Black Paper; elements: Gellieletseat, chalk (delish, enjoy, yum), tabyellow, ribbons

Paper: Bazzill CS (From Studio Azul's March kit); Sassa Fras border; SEI Black Orchid Line; WRMK ribbon; BG mini Monogram Alpha stickers/AC Sprinkles Vinyl Thickers; Prima journaling notes, vellum paper


You enjoyed the food as much as you loved the scenery. Like food, a beautiful nature is as much as food for the soul. -Valentine's Day '09, Abe's Farm, Pampanga

Happy Mama to now happier Lilaa and Maia (ages 3 & 1.5 years old, respectively); wife to my one big love. Rekindled my love affair with Scrapbooking in May 2006. I c0-own and co-manage an online bookstore Bookoto.com with a good friend Julie Kelly. I also dabble in freelance writing in my spare time.

I am into books (of various genre), foreign art films with high preference for the classics, and I'm also learning photography one click at a time. Now that I stay at home full -time, I hope to do more good use of my hands.

Virtually, I have moved to my new home here. Though you can always come by here.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Please... Not Yet...

Roxannee says, KAYA!

I did not realize that I have done some hybrid scrapping before. Alby, thanks for this challenge.

One of the joys of motherhood is when your child just does some crazy things that will wipe away your whinges and problems for the day...This one in particular, I know all of you are familiar with is something that I will cherish. It is a symbol of a child's innocence and carefree personality. I forgot to type {priceless} on the photo so I just used a rub on... I edited the photo using iPhoto and layered masking technique on GIMP, emphasizing the saliwang sandals.

Your quirkiness just puts me in stitches all the time. This is so typically you- funny yet moody, almost always doing things upside down. You make our home happy nd joyful. The laughter you bring just always remind me that life is indeed wonderful. I don't mind the noisy footsteps that I call "pitter pat" when you come along the hallway. It brings music to my ear. Someday, putting on your sandals this way will change. You'll figure out that it's the other way around. Well now, I like the way you do it. Don't change it yet for now 'coz I really enjoy it. Not yet, don't grow up yet my baby.
Love, Mommy
Ashton, 2 years old 30.1.2009

Digital Elements:
1. Enhanced photo using iPhoto, turned into B&W
2. layered mask technique in GIMP.
3. Typed journaling and printed on patterned paper.
4. TYped Title and printed on plain paper.

Materials used:
patterned papers from Flavia (journaling) & the Green Stack of DCWV; ribbon, blue button, embroidery floss, striped card stock, plain paper, fiskars border and large circle punches, EK success corner rounder, 1" and 2"circle punches, {priceless} rub on from Scenic Route. Fonts used: Cheryl for journaling and "Please... Not Yet" using Old Typewriter. Layout inspiration from Jessica Sprague.

Techniques used:
Photo editing, and paper punching. I also created a tab by tracing around a circle and cut half of it with craft knife.

About ME:

Hello, I'm Roxannee and I have been scrapping since 2007... I 'm also into digital scrapbooking if I don't feel like touching glue and paper. My kids are my inspiration and I'm enjoying every minute of their childhood.


Gracie says, KAYA!
I've done both traditional and digital layouts before but I don't think I've done hybrid. So when I saw this month's challenge hosted by Alby, I was excited to give it a try. It was actually a fun process so I think I may do this again. :)
A Closer look at the digital elements:

You surely looked like a lovely princess on your second birthday. Yu were in the mood for a pictorial and look how pretty your photo turned out.
January 4, 2009
Marcie's 2nd Birthday

Materials Used:
Cardstock-American Crafts, The Paper Company
Patterned paper- Princess Phrase paper (Creative Imaginations)
Crown Die-Cut- Fancy Pants covered with Stickles and topped with bling
Dimensional Glaze- Ranger
Ribbons- local craft store

Digital elements:
Flowers, Journaling spot, postal stamps, gold princess title & butterfly all from Scrapblog.com

Techniques Used:
Paper tearing & layering

About ME:
I'm Gracie, a scrap addict from Angeles City. Know more about me & see more of my creations here.

Friday, March 20, 2009


LG says, KAYA!

For this challenge there were 2 digital elements on my page. The first one was the title "A Vacation to Remember" which was printed on a transparency and transferred to the LO. The 2nd one was a journaling on the photo itself.

My first time at Boracay
Nov 27-31 2008
Boracay Regency

Materials Used:
Fancy Pants Fancy Free PP; Teresa Collin's Travelogue PP; Prima Flowers; American Craft Thickers - Sprinkles; Teresa Collin's Journal-It PP; Tim Holtz Ranger Distress Inks - Walnut and Tea Dye; Frame Brad; 7 Gypsies Alpha ATC Transparency Letter "B"; Red Watercolor Paint
Thread; Bling.

Techniques Used:
Distressing, stitching, paper cutting, masking, paper tearing and layering

About ME:
I'm from Manila and I'm a proud mother to my 9 month old baby girl, Hannah Dominique, and a loving wife to my very supportive husband Regie. Started scrapping in October of 2008 and I'm currently enjoying and learning more about my new found passion. You can visit me at www.scrappinworld.blogspot.com.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Strike a Pose

Marian says KAYA!

I usually print my journalling on the computer. Recently though I've been using my handwriting. I also download a lot of free digi kits but haven't been doing any digi LOs. So this is an opportunity to use at least some digi elements.

For this challenge I used a photo of my favorite subject - my granddaughter. She has been quite cooperative with the camera as you can see.

Journalling: (on the lined beige paper) Look Sophia
Smile for Lola
Pose beside Mommy
Make arte
One more Sophia
Great shot

(on the heart tag) You are Lola's perfect model!
Sophia Jan 2009

Materials: Cardstock - DCWV; Patterned paper - American Crafts, Collage Press and Making Memories; Stickers - MM & Collage Press; Heart tag MM; Flowers - Prima; Bling and button from my stash; Scallop journalling sheet MM
Digi elements: frame with flowers from Michelle Coleman Wonderful kit.
Journalling in the beige lined paper - font P22 Hopper Josephine

Techniques: Cutting and layering, Adhered butterfly stickers to red paper then cut out, punched the borders using Fiskars Threading Water punch, printed the digi frame with corner flowers on a transparency

About Me:
I am a simple scrapper and it's difficult for me to add too many elements on my pages.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009


Rowee says, KAYA!

I'm always been a traditional scrapper and I know a little about digital scrapbooking but never once made digiscrapbook pages. And now, there's hybrid scrapbooking! I didn't realized that anything that's a product of using your computer like printing your journals or using your word art and print your title and using some brushes in Photoshop would mean hybrid!! I used my dependable computer and printer almost in all my pages.

For this LO, I used the picture of my DD and I at Botanical Garden in Singapore. I printed my journaling in vellum, tore and distress it using blue versa color ink. I also print ornaments in white CS (got it from digital freebies). Printed a quote sign in acetate also from digital freebies.

The heart knows no greater joy than to give and to receive the gift of LOVE.

K and CO(amy butler designs), Daisy D's, Making memories (ledger book), AAS swirl CB, Pink paislee, ( fashion script) brads and eyelets, ribbons, blue yarn
Digital elements: Lucida Font for my journaling (printed on vellum), Ornaments and Quote sign from digital Scrapbook freebies

About ME:
I'm a simple and lovingmom.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Nature Calls

Ching says, KAYA!

Oooppps!!! Some of you may think that my title “Nature Calls” may mean a trip to CR, but just because I am sitting on that wading pool doesn’t mean that! LOL!!!

This photo was taken at my favorite Michigan park. We usually visit during the pleasant month of July and the 4th is specially exciting, because in addition to boating, swimming and barbequeing, we also can witness the spectacular fireworks at night.

I printed my journaling on the computer, printed a grass pattern paper to cover the chipboard letters for my title and printed a stone shaped cut-outs to add accent to the page.

At Kensington Park Michigan, I took a well-deserved rest from a long walk on the walking trail. It is a huge park with lots of picnic areas, beaches, boat rentals and a paved hike-bike trail. We have our picnic basket and while eating, we savor the beautiful scenery.

Materials used:
DCW pattern paper, Me&My Big Ideas pattern paper, Fiskars elegance border punch, Inkadinkado swirl clear stamps, Tim Holtz distress ink, Colorbok embellishments, Making Memories brads, Hand-made flowers, Scotch foam tapes, double sided tapes and glue stick, Chipboard letters.

Additional Materials used:
1- Computer printed journaling
2- Covered the chipboard title “Nature Calls” with computer printed pattern paper
3- Cut-out stone-shaped printed from computer

Paper layering, punching, piercing, photo matting, printing

About Me:

Once again, MARCH is another month in which we find our KAYA group, scrapbooking together, in hopes that our combined efforts will inspire others to join us !


Sunday, March 8, 2009

This is Me

Tessah says, KAYA!

This LO focusses on myself. I played with my stash and tried different techniques in this layout. I used a printed sentiment from my PC and attach it to the chat balloon I used along with the other sticker sentiments that describe the real me. And of course, will I forget my net? I tied it on my frame. I recycled my Prima packaging and used it as a frame. (Thanks Candy for inspiring us to recycle SB packaging materials.) Then I used an old page of a book to add layer. I have done a lot of hybrid lo since I started scrapbooking. The main reason is my lack of stash to play with. I usually make my own alphas and sentiments on my PC. I hope you love this lo.

Materials Used:
7 Gypsies Notting Hill Kensal PP, Making Memories Journaling Book Green, Scenic Route Chipboards Bracket, Sassafras Collection Kit-Owl Pals, Say it in Crystals Pink, Say it in Crystals Red, K&Company Wild Saffron Butterflies Grand Adhesions, K&Company Amy Butler Kit Stickers, Making Memories Tin Collection Funky, Prima Artful Collage flowers, Prima Got Flowers Mystery, MM Mini Circle Brads, Basic Grey Rubons, Maya Roads Clock Ribbons, Colorbox Ink, ribbons, lace, chat balloon, word sentiment stickers, bug stickers, key charm, crochet embellishments, recycled calendar, printed sentiments from my PC - "I hope I was your favorite Mistake" as well as digital papers from the aheiman site.

Techniques Used:
paper tearing, layering, chipboard inking, stamping

About ME:
Hi. I am Ramintessah Aihara. I am a Filipina who married a Japanese national and now living in Japan. I love reading and making friends. Just last December I was hooked by blogging and knitting. Due to blogging I meet a lof of friends and was introduced to scrapbooking three weeks ago. Since then I was hooked. I found your blog. And I think that it would be a wonderful idea to scrap with my Kabayans. I am really new to scrapping and I am still studying how to design layouts.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Umagang Kay Ganda

Mia says, KAYA!

I didn't realize that using anything from the computer for your layout (even as simple as printing your journaling or title) is already considered hybrid scrapbooking. Before we got our printer, I'd fix my pictures through photoshop, adjusting brightness and contrasts and levels, before having them printed out. Thanks to Alby's challenge, I was able to explore hybrid scrapbooking a little more.

For my layout, I used a photo of our whole family taken during our 9th wedding anniversary last 24th January 2009. I wanted to put text and flourishes on this picture but I had it printed already even before I found out about the challenge.

24 January 2009 – our 9th wedding anniversary. The whole family woke up early to a bright and beautiful day. The girls made cards and letters for us. So much to be thankful for!

Studio Azul February kit (Glitz, Fancy Pants and Prima papers; ricrac ribbon; hearts chipboard; AC denim thickers) Prima flowers, MM brads, plastic letters, Colorbox ink
Digital elements I used for this layout are the following:
1. Edited my picture by adjusting brightness and contrast
2. Printed part of my title (Umagang)
3. Created the journaling block by attaching parentheses together
4. Typed and printed my journaling
5. Printed then cut flowers.

About ME:
I am in my mid-thirties, married to my bestfriend, Mier, for 8 years and blessed with three beautiful princesses, Nadine (age 7), Raya (age 5) and Alyssa (1 year). I have been fixing my photos since high school but got really serious (as in using acid free materials) in 2004 after my 2nd daughter was born. Since then I've been hooked! Took a break in 2007 when I had a difficult pregnancy with my 3rd baby but I'm now back and more addicted than ever! I believe the heart of my layouts is my journaling. I scrapbook to share myself and my stories to my children.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Weekend Escape

Alby says, KAYA!

Take two!!!
Since I started scrapping, I've been using digital elements on my layout, usually in the form of printed journaling, text on photos and even printed layout titles. Sometimes I add digital brushes on my photos, too. Even my past Kaya layouts usually had digital elements in them. I had no idea then that what I was doing was called Hybrid Scrapbooking.

For this challenge, I scrapped photos taken during one of our weekend escapes to Sonya's Garden. Since we live in Cavite, we sometimes drive to Tagaytay on weekends to relax and indulge in the food offerings of the various restaurants that have sprouted in the area.

Nothing beats stress better than a quiet weekend amidst a lush garden. That's why Sonya's Garden is one of our favorite hangouts. While Ariel is not too crazy about the food (he's not fond of greens), the restful ambiance more than make up for the lack of gustatory delight. The lush greens and colorful blooms relax both our mind and body. Can't wait for our next escape!

Digital Elements:
1. Printed title using the fonts LoveLetterTW and Jane Austen
2. Text on photo using Jane Austen font
3. Journaling block using digital element from Amy Teets' SunPorch collection - downloaded from www.shabbyprincess.com
4. Typewritten journaling using Jane Austen font

Other Materials:
Cardstock and Kraft paper - Bazzil; Patterned Papers - SassafrasLass and Basic Grey; Chipboard frames - SassafrasLass; Chipboard Swirl - Maya Road; Grungeboard and Addage Tickets - Tim Holtz; Word Stickers - Creative Imagination; Flowers - Prima and Bazzil; Stamp - Studio Calico and K & Co.; Ink - VersaFine; Paint - Claudine Helmuth Studio; Button and thread

About Me:

I'm Alby and I've been scrapping for 3 years now. I'm mainly a traditional scrapper but I sometimes do digital layouts. Scrapping is my creative work out and I love it (if I can only lose weight through scrapping, I will do it more often!). I am blessed to have the love and support of my hubby who is almost always featured in my layouts. Check out my blog for more boring details about me and to see some of my work.

Kaya 23 - Going Hybrid!

We’ve gone digital. We’ve gone traditional. Now it’s time to go HYBRID! So, what is HYBRID Scrapbooking? Basically, hybrid scrapbooking is combining digital and traditional elements in your layout. It’s actually easier than you think! In fact, without knowing it, you might even be a hybrid scrapbooker already. Have you ever used computer-printed journaling on your layouts? How about digital brushes or overlays on your photos? Have you added words, journaling and titles to your photos before printing them out? Have you printed drawings, digital papers and elements to be included in your paper layout? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are a hybrid scrapbooker.

So, for this month, I challenge you to create a 12x12 or 8.5x11 paper layout using the following requirements:

1. You can scrap about anything or anyone
2. Use only one (1) photo – any size will do, whether colored or monochrome
3. Include a visible computer-printed journaling
4. Use at least one (1) other digital element from any of the following options:
  • Add words to your photo
  • Add digital brushes – shapes or frames – to your photo
  • Print a digital patterned paper and use it on your layout – doesn’t have to be a whole sheet, can be a small portion only; you may use it the way you normally use your patterned paper (e.g. cut it, distress it, etc.)
  • Print 1 or more digital elements and use them in your layout (e.g. photo corners, journaling tags, flowers, shapes, etc.)
  • Print digital brush(es) on transparency and use it on your layout
5. You can use as many traditional elements as you want on your layout.
6. Your layout must be new and specifically made for this challenge.
7. In your post, write a short description of what digital elements you used for your layout. Don’t forget to include credits for your digital and paper supplies.
8. Deadline for submission is on March 30, 2009 at 11:59pm pinoy time. The winner will be drawn and announced on March 31, 2009.

For free digital kits, check out the following sites:
More links to digital freebies here: http://www.pixel-dust.com/

For more info on Hybrid Scrapbooking, check out these sites:


The winner will receive this prize package. You may submit as many layouts as you want but you will only be entered once in the drawing.

So what do you think, Kaya ba? (Altogether now!) KAYA!

Kaya 22 Winners

Manang Marissa requested my KiDS do the draw for the RAK but they're already sleeping peacefully, so I will just let the computer do it. Everybody else seems to be using it now so I'm going to give random.org a try.

First, to assign numbers to the the qualifying scrappers, based on order of posting of layouts.

1) Marix for loving her family
2) Rowee for loving her husband
3) Arnie for loving her husband
4) Chiqui for loving her husband and daughters
5) Mia for loving her Mier
6) Roxannee for loving her husband and sons
7) Issa for loving her nephew
8) Leirs for loving her husband and children
9) Tna for loving her husband and son
10) Alby for loving Ariel
11) LG for loving her daughter
12) Me-Anne for loving her parents-in-law
13) Mel for loving the idea of beng a bride
14) Mei Ann for loving the sea and all the tranqulity and relaxation it brings
15) Susie for loving Gerry and Jerome
16) Jenn for loving her departed father and making a fresh start
17) Faith for loving her son-shine
18) Sheryl for loving Liaa
19) Jeanie for loving her friend
20) Candy for loving Arn

1) Zabeth for loving her husband
2) Joy for loving her husband

Since they were the lucky recipients of RAKs in the past two challenges (December and January), the Ching, Marian, Nina and Janis, will sit this one out. But our applause to them for still joining in the fun and sharing their LOs. Lee is disqualifying herself because she is related to the challenger by consanguinity. :-) Cay is also not included because she is sponsoring this month's digital challenge. (Thanks again, Cay.)

You are all winners for having finished another LO but the RAK for traditional goes to:
Cay's digital kit goes to:

Congratulations. We will e-mail you on how to claim your prizes.

Thank you, Manang Marissa for this interesting challenge.

Lucky One (non-entry)

Bjay says, KAYA!

My bad. Took my sweet time before I decided to make my Kaya 22 entry. But just when I thought I have all the scrapping time in my hands, something came up that needed my undivided attention. And then there was no needle in sight! So I sew by poking all the way. Oh, heck.

I love this Rico Blanco song. When I first heard it, It became my LSS for a good 3weeks or so. So when this challenge came up, I thought a Valentine LO is in the offing. Nina was gracious enough to give her nod when I said it was also the same song playing on my mind. Thanks, Nina!

You can thank the stars all you want but, I'll always be the lucky one.

Materials used:
Making Memories and Basic Grey PPS (from Scrapbook Hawaii's kit): AC Thickers, MM mini alpha stickers, a homemade journaling spot, Slick Writer pen, specialty floss and buttons

Kapiranggot na stitching and photo "raising". Base is a B&W photo but the mid-cut part is an actual colored picture adhered using some double-sided foam tape.

About Me:
I will celebrate my blog-o-versary next week. If you care for some scrap goodies like the journaling spot you can see in my non-entry LO above, jump right HERE!