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Hi everyone!!

Here's a mini-book I made for my nephew Alessio's first birthday...
I used the wonderful november card kit from Treasured Scrapbooking :)

have a great day :)

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Our member Berta did this fantastic layout for the Nov. Scraplift-challenge by Mieke.
I love the colors on this layout and it´s just too funny!
And makes me hungry too...

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Make sure you stop by the TS message board to see all the changes the design team has in store for you this month - and don't forget to join us for our upcoming online crop - November 12-14, for challenges, games, fun and inspiration!  Oh, and prizes, can't forget the prizes.    Meanwhile, here's a card inspired by this month's ad inspiration. Simple blocking with  coordinating patterned paper makes for a quick, effective card - just edge the blocks with ink to give them definition and you're good to go!

Till next time...

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Hi, well time flies also in October! The last day of the month again.
As there was no kit we picked our own favorites out of the shop and this is mine:

Lots of Teresa Collins and Fancy Pants
And here's what I came up with,
A cookie jar, first (after eating all the cookies!) I painted it with a thin layer of Gesso then glued the Teresa Collins paper to it with Modge Podge. Sprayed it with a little red Glimmer Mist and made, before glueing, holes and put some music paper behind it.
I added a saying from Teresa Collins and a crochetted flower, Glitz pearls on the bottem.

My next layout is totally layered

Don't you just love the edge with the Daisy D's rub-on roller?

The quote is also from the Teresa Collins paper collection Damask
products used:
Fancy Pants True papers
blue Bazzil cardstock
white pen Inkssentials
swirl shape from a Tim Holtz die.
Well, enjoy your day and I look forward seeing you at our crop in a few weeks,
Happy Halloween!

Here's my step by step to make an altered canvas like this one:

First, rip and adhere random pieces of patterned papers on the canvas... you can leave some blanks too...
Using a card, apply a little bit of gesso all over it to soften the colors...

Find some stencils, or like me a map and a glass, to draw some designs over the background... I used a gray pencil...

I diluated some blue alcohol ink with water to color the inside of my circles and french map in light blue...

I cut the cute old family picture, and adhered it in the corner inside France...

And I finally coloured the white chipboard letter with different alcohol inks and water (for a watercolor effect)

Have a great day,

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Ladies, please clear your calendars for the weekend of Nov 12-14 for our "Get a Jump on Christmas Crop" 

We will have challenges and prizes galore, games and lots of fun. One member will be crowned "Queen of the Crop"! 

Please spread the word, as there will also be prizes at the crop for member referrals and bringing the most crop participants! 

Let's have some scrappy fun!

Hi Treasured girls, enjoying your sunday? Being creative or spending time with family. I did both today. Made some lovely things with the products I got out of the store. And we've played a boardgame with the kids.
I will show you my pics out of the store in a few days together with my new layouts.
Now I want to share with you my sketch and layout of the 1st reveal.

For this layout I used lots of Prima, papers, butterflies and flowers. The pearls are Zva creative, alpha MME, the acrylic square is Tim Holtz and the fabric heart is made by my mum.

Thank you so much for looking,