This is the last card I created for OCC, used product from Prima - North Country Chipboard Sticker (has always been one of my favorites!). I used distress ink and also applied some Styrofoam pieces to make it looks like snow...how does it looks like? :)
This card has two functions (sounds so technical I know, need to to get rid of my IT jargon - lol), one as a card (obviously) and the second as a picture frame! So you won't have to throw the card away or keep it aside after reading. :)
I joined this website called SpottedCanary awhile ago and they have this Operation Christmas Card (OCC) Challenge to make Christmas Cards for the troops stationed overseas. Actually today is the last day to submit the entry so I created four cards, the fourth card finished two days ago. I hope the cards will help to cheer up the person who received the card and at the same time I hope to win a package prize. hehe~ Well, who doesn't want to? :-P Here please take a look! I'm more into card making mood lately but I will and always enjoy scrapbooking!
Completed this layout yesterday and didn't have time to upload it. This is Jon having his first new shoe on! Well, he didn't quite enjoy wearing shoe though even now, he still can't take anything wrapping up his foots, including socks! This is bad especially in the winter when he can easily get sick for not keeping himself warm! Oh my boy! Let's take a look at the layout:
This is Jon's birthday layout, part 4! I used more than two pictures in a single layout this time, also I applied paper tearing technique, paper distressing, cutting (definitely, as you can see) and some other techniques. Those pictures were taken on Jon's Birthday, he took a nap in the noon and played with the balloon after he woke up. Also, he opened his first present! Let me know your opinion about the layout! :)
Wow...It has been awhile since my last post, been busy with other stuffs, joined few different websites about bookscraping and keep my posting there most of the time thus delayed posting on my blog. Appreciate your patient and please bear with me, here are some of the latest to share with you: :)
We went pumpkin picking a week ago (before the weather turned this chilly!) and we picked two big pumpkins and three little baby pumpkins. Actually it was only me and my husband because Jon decided to take his nap when we about to leave home. Mmmm...too bad can't take picture of him with piles of pumpkins! Well...it was a great price for all the pumpkins, 21 bucks including the baby ones (it supposed to be 40 bucks for two giant pumpkins so we really got a great deal). Jon was kinda excited when we showed him the pumpkins for the first time, he was unwilling to give up the pumpkins in exchange for other stuffs which he usually would. He was quite afraid of the big pumpkins though and not dare to have any contact with them. Anyway, after few attempts he is now friend with them. Ok, enough with the story, take a look at the layouts:
Here is the complete layout for the previous post, took long enough...been busy with my little one lately. Gosh I definitely could use more personal time for book scrapping... :-P
My camera quality isn't that good...It was taken with my phone's camera but I guess next time I should use my handy cam, oh yea, it's much better. Most important it captures movement!! My phone sucks!! It provides other good functions..well android, better than apple (yes, I'm no apple fan!) however, they should probably take some efforts in improving the camera. Bleh...
I've completed this part 1 project for Jon's past first birthday back in August 2011. It's referred as part 1 as I'm planning to create an album for it. I guess quite few more to go...here to share with you the design...added some 3D effects to it this time and indeed it gives a different feeling to it. With 3D embellishments it slightly brings the picture / moment to live!! I painted the flowers myself (I bought only plain white flowers with different sizes and patterns so I can paint them however way I want it). Take a look:
And this was taken from different angle to show you how the 3D looks like: