This time I tried the technique taught by Sherri Carrol for the first day of class. The colors are definitely more muted but I really liked it.
I don't know why, but I woke up yesterday and I just had the feeling that it was time for me to change the name of this blog. Nothing major, no relocation, just the title of the blog...because let's face it, I don't scrap anymore!!! Not that I ever scrapped a lot but now it is just totally irrelevant.
So here is the new me:
"My World in Rainbow Colors!"
Welcome in my world :-)
Another card that I made using several inspirations from Stretch Your Stamps 2. This one is undeniably masculine :-)!
This card is a wild inspiration from the "stretch your stamps 2" classes. I guess it could work for several days but I really love how it turned out.
The flower is from GinaK design and the background is inspired from Sherri Carrol's technique on day 1. I believe this can work for a masculine card, eventhough it has a flower.
At first I was not convinced with this card, but I always smile when I look at it, so I guess I just have to admit that I like it eventhough it looks very simple.
I wanted to use my ric-rac punch and some bright colors and here we are: a bright and sunny card!
This was the second technique of day 1 (this first day was jammed packed!)
the theme this week is masculine cards.
Here are 2 more cards with the same technique taught by Kristina.
I just love rainbow colors!
I finally signed up for the latest class from OCC: Stretch your stamps 2".
It starts with a bang (at least for me) since we focus on background stamps for this first day. I absolutely love Background stamps, so it was kind of a treat for me, and I have to admit that I went a little bit overboard. Just for the first technique of the first day, I already made 6 cards!!!!
Here are the first two.
L'annee derniere j'avais decidee de lancer des defis sur mon groupe scrap&Delires...et puis mes bonnes resolutions ont fondus comme neige au soleil, mais j'avais quand meme ce defi dans ma manche qui me demangeait :-)
"Le defi est d'utiliser une mosaique soit sur une page, une carte, un mini album, art Journal...Je laisse beaucoup de liberté ici, mais la seule contrainte c'est d'utiliser au moins 4 chutes de papier différent. Dans mon cas je me suis inspirée de cette video de Hero Arts."
Ça peut paraître fastidieux, mais en fait je trouve cela très relaxant.
Somehow I fell in love with this stamp the minute I saw it in the store (eventhough I promised myself not to buy wooden stamps anymore). I don't know why, but I really enjoy it! Simple coloring, simple layering works the best for me!