So I had to go back and re-do some of the lay outs
because they were just so ugly.
Sometimes, I rush and declare it good, only to go back and fix it.
I wish Karen a very Happy Birthday.
I hope you like the lay outs I've made.
I think I have to stop now. I am getting dizzy from making lay outs.
Thanks Karen for gathering lay outs for us.
We appreciate your constant yearning to learn: Tim Holtz and the Jennifer McGuire classes.
You get how we totally obsess over glue, water brushes, paper.
OMG, paper trimmer.
and from you Karen, we learn to love everything Tim.
Happy Birthday Dear Karen. Love your Wednesday friends.
Learned something new. Karen provided chipboards, which I painted using a paint dabber.
While the paint was still wet, I put embossing powder over and used a heat gun.
Very shiny chipboard accent.
Used my collection of Baker's twine. Finally!
Used a 7 gypises stamp I have had forever.
And now just got around using it.
Here's a clue. When I run out of ideas, I grab an edge punch to help the lay out along.
Used a glitz stamp for the background.
If you are a beginner at scrapbooking, just collect all the Glitz background stamps.
These are my go to stamps, most of the time.
Do you notice the pretty pink flower? I purchased this booklet of quilling edges from All About Scrapbooking at National Bookstore for less than 140 pesos or around $3. You just roll them around a pencil and then add a center. Very beautiful. Cheap too. I got a bagfull of flowers for that amount.
Still used the beautiful Blue quilling flower. Adding buttons to the butterfly, and the flowers make all the difference.