Sunday, April 5, 2009

My Precious

LG says, KAYA!

I'm not a stamper at all. I do own several stamps but barely use them.

For this challenge, I was able to ask my friend who is a tattoo artist, to give me some cutouts that he does from stencils. I then used the cutouts as a stamp by sticking them on an acrylic block. For the second one, I used the texture of a corrugated board and stamp them at my flowers to add depth and to make my LO more vintage looking.




Journaling:
Sweet Calm Days in golden hays
Melt down the amber sky

Materials Used:
Brown Cardstock; Daisy D's Showoff pp; Cosmo Cricket Haunted Gothic pp; Prima Flowers; Tim Holtz's Spinner Idea-ology; Beads; Buttons; Metal Embellishment; Stickles; Making Memories Shimmer Alpha

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.

10 comments:

bjay said...

tat stencils? wow, what a clever idea! the drop beads, dragonfly and that hand-cutting action are just great, LG!

thanks for joining!

Candy said...

SOOOO love this LO, LG! Using tattoo stencils is a great idea!

Rowee said...

LOve love this LO LG!!! You really evolve into an amazing scrapper in just a nick of timE!!! Well Done!!!

hugs
Rowee

marking said...

Love your LO. Great take on the vintage look.

ems said...

Love this! You're so talented considering you've just started scrapbooking.

CaysCreation said...

Love this page :-)

Roxannee said...

Ang ganda ng vintage effect...hindi ko kaya yan kaya titingin na lang ako lagi sa LOs mo...you've done it like you have been scrapping for years!

chrisw said...

Just adore your work LG love the colours..just everything here!

CraftFairy said...

This is really precious! Love every detail! A surprise in every corner!

CraftFairy said...

that's one great backdrop! Love your overall LO....as usual!