Sunday, August 19, 2012

Scrappy Sunday

I'm participating in Scrappy Sunday over at Just me and 4 little chicks today.  I have been working on a few new pages this week and finally finished some of them up.  She had a challenge to stamp a tag, so I used that idea to make journaling spots for one of my pages.

This page has doilies, My Mind's Eye and a stamped tag.  Perfect for the crop I think.

I haven't kept up with monthly pages for Nandini, but I wanted to jot a few things about her right now at least.  I edged the rainbow chevron paper in chalk ink and stamped the tags with it for a subtle effect. I think that little sun on it's side looks like the Om symbol, so I used it. I added some stick notes and die cuts for more journaling areas.  I didn't even really get to say how she is so independent but wants to be more interactive and take part in everything I do with Avi.  I don't know, it is hard for me to describe where she is right now, but I love this phase a lot. 

 These little phrase stickers are so wonderful to use as little accents.

Supply List:  kraft doily paper, shabby tote chalk ink, sweetest thing stamps,wood button set, perfect tiny word stickers, one of a kind labels, and gold airmail washi.

I made this page on the back really quick.  Just a few strips of washi, one Ormolu journaling tag, MME chipboard stickers and thickers. Plus my new beautiful project life Studio Calico stamps.

The math equation washi tape may be my favorite washi tape ever.

More lovely MME paper for the base here, with some more Everyday Eclectic too. Just some simple layering on this on. Nandini's crazy expression is priceless.  She couldn't have been more excited and insistent about going in the waves.  Avi was the first kid in the water though. 

I edged these papers in chalk ink for a little extra depth on the page. Love these new Kelly Purkey stamps too.  Don't let my photo fool you. They stamp super crisp very easily with chalk or dye ink. I have been using them a lot on project life too. Will be back later to post that soon too.  I had a lot of fun on it and can't wait to start on this week's spread.

Also submitting this one for the No Rules Challenge at Simon Says.  No rules, indeed.

Supply List: Everyday Eclectic Stickers, Eclectic journaling card paper, camera paper, yellow foam thickers, shabby tote and teal chalk ink, and My Mind's Eye Lush paper.

21 comments:

  1. I like how you used the wood veneer stars on the beach page and the little stories on the top/doily page.

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  2. Oh these are lovely! I am off to make a start on my layout now while my daughter pretends to nap! Maybe I should be a realist and just have a go with a tag!

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  3. love your layouts! the colors are vibrant and wonderful! the last image with the stars punched out really does something for me...

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  4. Super fun layouts! You were so productive. I love that math equation washi tape! :)

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  5. Great pages! Love the collection of journaling spots on the first one!

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  6. Love the colors! The layouts look great!

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  7. These are all so beautiful! You are a fast scrapper, it takes me forever to get a layout done.

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  8. You're layouts are amazing! I'd be lucky if I was able to get at least one completed. I'm so slow:)

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  9. Love all of these. The designs and colors are awesome!

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  10. Adorable pages!
    I saw her post and just didn't have time to participate. But looked fun :)

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  11. Hello you busy lady, how amazing are these!!

    I did this challenge too, thought it was cute idea of hers. Didn't post mine though, sent it email this morning in case I couldn't do it tonight.

    LOVE LOVE that first layout with the dolies, where oh where did you get that paper, it's so sweet. How creative to add all those tags to the page, will need to do this on my page.

    How fun everything you made is, always love your style. WAY TO GO on getting this all done.

    I peeked at your other post, they are so cute playing outside and having FUN!! You are a good mama to them!!
    Have a good week!

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  12. Love the doily background page.Your daughter's excitement in being at the beach is indeed priceless.
    Susan

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  13. Great pages, love all the doilies on the first one :)

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  14. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!!!! Your use of color is so inspiring!

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  15. Love all the layouts! How do you do it!! I need to get learn time managment skills! Absolutely love the the rainbow chevron paper!

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  16. Beautiful pages!! Perfect mix of colors and patterns.

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  17. Gorgeous layouts! They all have such wonderful colors, layouts and photos! Love the doily backgrounds on the first layout. Glad you joined us this week at Simon Says Stamp and Show.

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