Tuesday, 28 September 2021

BOHO Inspired layout


Hello and welcome. Today I have a BOHO inspired layout to share with you. I made it for the September challenge over at Off The Rails Scrapbooking group on Facebook. This was the mood board for the challenge.


I didn't think I had many supplies that suited the BOHO theme, but when I started looking, I was pleasantly surprised. Anyway, this is the page I created.


If you are interested, I made a video of the process.



You can purchase all the supplies I have used in my online store below, or by using any of my other ordering methods.





Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle



Friday, 24 September 2021

New Classes Coming


Hello and welcome. I am excited to let you all know that I have some fabulous classes planned for the coming months.

The first one will be open for registration on October 1. I can't tell you know what it is, I know I'm such a tease. But I can show you the products used in the classes. I wonder which one will be first up.













So make sure you come back October 1st to find out what the first class will be.


You can purchase all the supplies I have used in my online store below, or by using any of my other ordering methods.






Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle



Wednesday, 22 September 2021

Tidings of Christmas


Hello and welcome. Today I have another page to share using a base page I created a little while ago. It's a Christmas themed one using the Tidings of Christmas Designer Series Paper.


I apologise for the glare on the top right photo. You can still see the rest of the page alright.

I made a video of the process making this page which you can see here.





You can purchase all the supplies I have used in my online store below, or by using any of my other ordering methods.






Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle



Monday, 20 September 2021

Base Pages


Hello and welcome. Today I wanted to go over Base Pages.
What are they and how do you use them?

Base pages are just what they sound like. They are basic pages to get you scrapbooking. Not my original idea, but a great idea.

When you see scrapbook pages, they all have to start from somewhere. And that is normally from the bottom up. You start with a piece of card stock, add pretty patterned paper. Then layer on photos, headings and embellishments.

Stop at the pretty paper and you have a base page. So it is basically cardstock with pretty paper on it. That's it.


They are quick and easy to create. Just grab a packet of patterned paper and start gluing the paper down. Try a variety of paper placements and just have fun. Don't worry about what photos you will be using or the embellishments you have. Just get the pretty paper onto the card stock and file the page away in an album.

Then when you are ready to sit down and scrap, go to your base pages and find one that's suitable for the topic and photos you want to scrap. If you have created a variety of base pages, you will be sure to have one that suits your needs.

This was quite a revolutionary way of scrapping for me when I found out about it. And I must say, quite liberating as well. I used to spend hours searching for the perfect papers to go with my photos. I either couldn't find the perfect paper or I ran out of time. Now I just head to my already prepared base pages and pick one that suites. It has taken all the hard work out of scrapping. Now I can just sit and play with embellishments.

To help explain more about base pages and to see the ones I have made, watch this video.



You can purchase all the supplies I have used in my online store below, or by using any of my other ordering methods.






Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle



Thursday, 16 September 2021

Harvest Meadow Scrap Page


Hello and welcome. Wow it's been a hot minute since I blogged. No excuse really, except I lost my card making mojo. But I am pleased to say it was replaced with my old friend, the scrapbooking mojo. I have been having a great time making pages, but failed to share them with you. So I am back to rectify that.

I have created lots of pages using non Stampin' Up! supplies as I have quite the stash from nearly ten years ago. But because I am on the Artisan Design Team for Stampin' Up! I feel obliged to only share pages using primarily Stampin' Up! supplies.

The first page I have to share is using the Harvest Meadow Designer Series Paper.


You may notice that big white dot covering the face of the individual in the photo. That is my son and I do not have his permission to share his current photo. He has said I can share when he was younger, so watch out for more layouts featuring a  much younger version of him.

If you want to see a video showing you how I put this layout together, you can watch the YouTube video below.




You can purchase all the supplies I have used in my online store below, or by using any of my other ordering methods.






Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle