Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Salt Air

Scrapbooking is an expensive hobby. There's paper, chipboard, embellies, trims, brads, rub ons. You get the picture. One way I keep up, is my love of paper. I love paper, I love using them. And I try to make sure I use most of it up. Who wants to end up with a bagful of remnants? So I scrap lift, I make my own. I try to be creative and try to make as many lay outs possible using a paper line. Here are some LO's made from Cosmo's Salt Air.
These are some of the lay outs I made last Sunday morning, while waiting for the hubby to wake up. I think I finished around 6 lay outs before we rushed out the door to make it to Father's Day lunch with my in-laws.

Discover Boracay 2011

Last Saturday

These are the lay outs we made last Saturday. Very pretty. The girls and I did batch process. I did the misting, and the stamps for the mini album. Karen did the distressing and the mediums. Reg painted the chipboards.
If you work in a group, chances are you will finish faster. Instead of all of you, doing the same thing. So far, no one is catching up with this. I don't know if they want to do every thing themselves or they are savoring the process. Well, I prefer to savor dinner instead.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Growing Up Del Rosario

thank you to Master Iris for providing inspiration.

Lasting Impression Kit

I am using Vivian's kit for my mother in law's pictures. So far, here is what I have made in a night. Thanks to Karen, for providing lay outs which I scraplifted from.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Working on a few

I finished the Basic Grey Album from April's class and all 15 lay outs from the kit too.
I furnished it with pictures from the Bunny family. I have a project in the works for my mother in law. Which is actually kind of cool. So now, I am not constantly running out of pictures to scrap.
This is a lay out with baby pics of my niece Leanne.
And this is what I made with my scraps from the Marjolaine 6x6 paper pack. Now, still working on more lay outs.