Archive for June, 2012

Repoussoir and Small Embellishments

June 29, 2012 |  by  |  Scrapbooking  |  No Comments

Two more layouts in articles over at Get It Scrapped

One is based on an art technique called repoussoir it is a way of weighting your art work and moving the viewers eye across your page.  Here is my contribution.  Mom I really did change the photo credit to you but it credits dad is given credit in the article.  So everyone my Mom took the gorgeous photo of John and I!

The next layout is for an article on small embellishments.  It is a layout I did a few years back and love!

I am loving all the challenges and being part of the amazing Creative Team at Get It Scrapped!

Hugs all!

Double Page Layouts

June 27, 2012 |  by  |  Scrapbooking  |  1 Comment

Over at Get It Scrapped I have a layout in a new article.  The series centers around taking a single page sketch and turning it into a double page layout.  this will be a re-recurring article with new sketches so you will see new variations each month.  Check it out HERE

 

Inky Doodles!

June 20, 2012 |  by  |  Announcements  |  No Comments

My newest class is up so hurry go take a peek and for a limited time is 10% off!  Use this coupon code before midnight Sunday EARLYBIRD10

Check it out HERE

I hope I will see you in August!  Let’s get inky together!

Orange inspiration

June 14, 2012 |  by  |  Announcements  |  No Comments

As part of the Creative team over at Get It Scrapped I am getting a first hand look at some of the amazing layouts created by some of the most talented scrappers out there.  The first article came out today featuring some fabulous work.  it is definitely worth your time to take a peek!

 

 

Alcohol Marker Comparison – Part 2

June 10, 2012 |  by  |  Tutorials  |  2 Comments

Part two of my alcohol marker review is at Get It Scrapped.  This week I am taking a look at Letraset, Tria markers.  The Letraset company also makes the Pro marker which is  a popular starter choice, with a lower price tag.  Remember these are my personal opinions and what I am observing as the markers strengths and weaknesses compared to my Copic Sketch markers.