Di Garling – Australia (Design Team Coordinator) Chantal Vandenberg – Australia (Design Team Member)
Elena Olinevich – Belarus (Design Team Member)
Lindy Gillespie - Australia (Design Team Member)
Nicole Dioron - Canada (Design Team Member) Sarah Groen – New Zealand (Design Team Member)
We also have a wonderful group of " Resident Guest Designers" lined up & these girls will pop by on a regular basis and share their wonderful talents as well. Aida Domisiewicz - Poland (Guest Design Team Member) Chantalle McDaniel - Australia (Guest Design Team Member) Debbie Tehrani - USA (Guest Design Team Member) Ebony van der Starre - Australia (Guest Design Team Member) Jane Clark - Australia (Guest Design Team Member)
Lisa Oxley - Australia (Guest Design Team Member)
Check this out......
It is such an honour to be on this awesome 2Crafty Design Team.
I am pinching myself that little ole me is amongst this amazing bunch of very talented girls
I must admit I am a little overwhelmed but
I am also really excited about the journey ahead and working alongside these beautiful girls.
Let the fun begin.
A little sneak of my January Post.
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This is the 1st of my 3 Design Team projects over on the 2Crafty blog.
Merry Christmas Wishes to you and your Family
Hello Everyone :)
Janice here today.
Its December and its almost Christmas.
Its the perfect time to create using the gorgeous 2Crafty
Christmas Chipboard pieces.
My 1st Layout
To make this parcel I used a thick piece of cardboard and covered it with paper.
Using the same paper I cut 2 different size triangles and stuck them across the bottom.
I then wrapped the whole piece with embroidery thread. I added this gorgeous chippie
piece to adorn it and also added 3 chippie tags.
Hello all and welcome to December Firstly I want to tell you about our DECEMBER CHALLENGE I thought it would be nice to have a little colour challenge.
Now it doesn't have to be a Christmas layout as such but most of us have done Christmas ones.
Now onto our Guest Designer for this merry month.
I would like to introduce you to the very talented
Hi there, I’m Janice Nicholls and I live in a small country town in Cummins, South Australia.
I started scrapbooking in 2006 and my 2 beautiful children and family all feature in my work. My style is ever changing. At the moment I love double photos, grouped and layered clusters and white space.
I also like to add layers to my background using stencils, gesso, mists and inks.
I scrap mostly 12 x 12 layouts. I enjoy trying new techniques, not always successful, but it is fun trying.
I have been very fortunate to have been on some fabulous Design Teams and have had my work published in magazines.
I am thrilled to have been invited to join the Design Team for
Scrap It With Attitude
It is a social scrapbooking/craft group on Facebook where you get to share your work, ask questions and learn all things paper crafted related.
A Big Thank You to Amanda Sousa for inviting me,
it is such an honour to be on the fabulous team.
As the newest Design Team member it is my turn to set the November Challenge
When we scrap we tend to look for that perfect photo......but what about that imperfect photo? The one that is slightly blurry, has the wrong light, or is out of focus etc. We all have them and cannot bring ourselves to delete or scrap them. The picture does not have to be perfect to have special meaning, it may be the only one you have.
My challenge to you is to simply scrap that
"Imperfect Photo" ,
and capture a memory for the future.
Sharing my 1st Layout as part of the SIWA Design Team
This photo was taken by my daughter of the 3 of us, and it is slightly blurry.
I love this photo... My Beautiful Mum, Myself and my Gorgeous Daughter Sarah.....3 generations.
How special and I think well worth scrapping.
I have used some beautiful 13Arts paper...Thank You Lindy Gillespie
Mists, stamps, tissue tape, Blooms and lots of 2Crafty Chipboard.
I would love to see you play along and share your layout on the Facebook site.
Give it a go....follow the "Scrap it with Attitude" link, join the group and have some fun.
Sharing my 4th layout as a Special Investigator over at CSI.
A big Thank you to Debbi for asking me to be a Special Investigator for the month of October. It has been an honour to play along each week and share my creations. I'm sure I will be playing along much more now, this is an amazing challenge site.
I would love you to play along this week and share what you create.
Here is the Case that needs to be solves....No. 95
Here is how I solved it.
The scheme: you need to use all 5 colours to solve the case ...I have used all 5.
The Evidence: you need to pick 2 or more elements from the list. I have used distressing, paint, flowers, fabric flower, book pages, tie something, tearing.
Testimony: Choose 1, I chose: Study your photo, write journaling as a series of details you notice in the picture.
flowers and paint.
2Crafty chipboard title, paint
Magnolia Ink Paper, Echo Park Paper, Teresa Collins Paper
Kaiser craft blooms, twine, string, embroidery thread,
Manor House Flower, Flair Button, washi tape, paint
and 2Crafty chipboard.
I loved these colours and had lots of fun creating this one.
Follow this link over to CSI and see what the amazing Design Team have created, I am sure you will be inspired to join in.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you to those who stop by and leave me such wonderful comments.
I enjoy reading each and every one of them.
Hopefully thing will settle down soon and I can start leaving