November catchup...



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Ummmm I'm not sure what happened to November? It was a busy month and I can't believe how fast it has come and gone o.0
I thought it'd better catchup with the layouts I created last month for the Scrapz.Biz daily challenges before sharing the new ones I've come up with for this month ;)

First up is a Scrap a Rainbow  layout I created a couple of weeks ago using the gorgeous Sidewalks range from October Afternoon. The theme was 'wild encounters' and I know that geese might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of something wild but these ones were not that friendly ;)
this was the inspiration pic and colour palette I chose for the theme


next was a page for a Base Jump challenge with a 'wet n'wild' theme.
this is how my base page started
 and this is how it turned out using the fun Pink Paislee Hometown Summer range

I played with Crate Paper's Random collection for the 'wild about' Scrap it Blind challenge using one of my favourite pics of Matt and Cayden

I've also put up a new Scrap Write Now challenge...here's a little peek of my page
you can see the full page and find out what this challenge is all about in the forum, and the good news is that all our December challenges will remain open until the end of January so there's plenty of time to join in for the chance to score yourself a store voucher :)

Have a great weekend

my little monster...



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It's been a month of 'wild' challenges over at Scrapz.Biz this month and I had a lot of fun coming up with a layout of my cheeky little monster to go with the theme :) Here's my layout for the Fetch a Sketch Pretty Wild challenge

 and this is sketch I came up with - perfect for using two 4x6" pics
I have always loved the playful designs of the Sassafras Lass Monstrosity range and thought it would be a perfect match for our theme :)

All our challenges are open until the end of the month, so if you need some inspiration and would like the chance to score yourself some store vouchers for playing along, then come and check out the daily challenges!

thank you...



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Just wanted to say a BIG thank you for your wonderful support of my scrAp this! stall over the weekend :) I am so happy that so many of you liked my goodies and wasn't quite expecting that you lovely ladies would order 46 packets of my Fuzzy Felt Jotters along with lots of owls and birdies and  have been busy making them up so that I can get them out to you as soon as possible.

I did mention there would be a giveaway and got everyone's names together for my boys to randomly select three winners 
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Sarah
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Donna
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Vicki

Congrats ladies, can you please make a selection from my stall and email me agnieszk@tpg.com.au so I can get your goodies out to you.

If you missed out on placing an order this time round, don't worry because I will be back with another stall soon and am also working on listing all my items directly onto my blog so that you can order at any time.

Thanks again xx

fuzzy felt giveaway...



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The Scrapbooking Top 50 Crafter's Market is open for business!
 Here's a little peek of my Fuzzy Felt jotters which are available for purchase at my scrAp this! stall
I've got a few packs of my Fuzzy Felt Jotters to giveaway so let me know if you stopped by and I'll put your name into the draw to win a pack of your choice. Every purchase made will automatically get a BONUS  entry into the giveaway!

Hope to see you there :)

base jump...



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If you're looking for a fun scrapping challenge to have a go at over the weekend, then come and check out our fun new Base Jump challenges over at Scrapz.Biz! If you're not familiar with our Base Jump challenges...it's where we provide you with the basic elements on our base page design which you then build on by adding in your photos, embellishments, title, extra papers and any other elements you which to include. Sounds like fun right?

Here's a little peek of my finished page...
you'll find the 'base page' and all the details in the forum.
 

step by step tutorial...



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Hi again, just letting you know that I've got a tutorial up at Scrapz.Biz creating a fun chevron technique using American Craft's Amy Tangerine range. Here's a little peek...
get the step by step instructions here!

up in the sky and footprints...



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I've got a few pages to share that I created for last month's Daily Challenges over at Scrapz.Biz.
Firstly the layout I created for our 'up in the sky' themed inspiration challenge

which was inspired by this image

 mainly using a mix of My Mind's Eye Lime Twist range

I also introduced our fun new Base Jump challenge where you are challenged to use the basic elements of the 'base' page and then building on this by adding any extra papers, embellishments you wish to create your final page. This is what I started with
 and in keeping with our 'footprints' theme I came up with this page using Echo Park Splash collection

and if you're looking for some inspiration to get you scrapping, why not stop by and check out all the new challenges we set daily...
here's a little peek of a Fetch a Sketch challenge I set a few days ago with a 'pretty wild' theme :)
you can see the full layout and details here.

Thanks for stopping by

a month of ticklez...



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Last month I got the chance to play with the fabulous October Ticklez kit from Scrapz.Biz and wanted to share some of the pages I created - here's a peek of what's included in the kit...
as you can see it's jam packed with so many gorgeous goodies and at just $29.95 plus $5.95 flat rate postage it really is excellent value! for a full list of what's included see here.

I love all the fun bright colours in this kit and used a mix of pretty much all the papers to create this page about Cayden always trying to keep up with his big brothers.
I had a play with a transfer technique using the sticky backed canvas inclued in the kit to create the blue clouds
 and made a few layered pinwheels to embellish my page
The papers are really versatile and I chose a fun girly combo to scrap this pic of my gorgeous nieces
I took advantage of the printed words on the Webster's paper and was able to create an instant title by simply stitching around one of the words with some black thread.
Up next was another boy page this time featuring the Prima Iron-ons which I used to frame my photo
I was even able to change the colour of the fabric alphas using a bit of ink to better suit my page
and check out this little cutie :) my adorable niece Lexi
again using the sticky backed canvas, this time to make the pink rolled flower.
I still have heaps of left over pieces from the kit to play with and could easily have made several more pages if I didn't run out of time... and if you like what you see you can get yourself a kit here.

Have a great weekend 

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