Hello hello! It's Teresa Abajo here, and I'm delighted to be playing along with the Berry71Bleu March challenge. I have been papercrafting for a long time, and cards are my favourite things to make. I live in Melbourne, Australia and I feel blessed to be able to teach my craft to others as well as serve on a number of design teams and have my work published in magazines. You can see more of my work on my blog www.thetamarisk.blogspot.com.
I have put together a card using Something Tattered stamps (Boudoir Antique Brocade Wallpaper Stamp and the U Initial Monogram Set), Distress Inks and a cute little clip art image. I fashioned a four leaf clover from heart shaped die-cuts and added seam binding behind it for some extra vintage loveliness.
I started scrapbooking in 2004 after my first child was born. I think it is the perfect way of preserving our memories. Every single one of my pages is telling a story, which will always remind my children who they are and who we were as a family. If you wish to see more of my creations, please visit my blog: http://few-favourite-things.blogspot.nl/
For my layout I chose a green / pink / brown color palette. I used the Something Tattered Parlor Vintage Wallpaper Background Stamp with green embossing powder to create the pattern in the heart embellishments. I used white doilies, which I colored with distress inks.
Hi! My name is Irena Kowalczyk, nickname Rudlis. I started scrapbooking in 2008 and I do love everything about it! I live in Poland. I design for PoppyStamps, SweetStamps, Something Tattered, Inkido/Papercraft Scandinavia, Wycinanka and UHK Gallery Paper Design. I prefer to create cards and home decor, layouts I rarely do. I love the work in the style of vintage and shabby, but I also like mixed media.
To see more of my work, please stop by my blog: http://papierowaobsesja.blogspot.com/
We'd love to see how you interpret this challenge! There are some amazing prize packages up for grabs! You have until April 1st to join in the fun.
Molossi Gift Pack (Chipboard, Bling and Flowers)
Something Tattered March/Mars French Month Clear Stamp Set
2 Berry71Bleu Handmade Tags
(Please note that the photos are just samples and are not the actual tags the prize winner will receive.)
When Beth began hunting wallpaper for the bandboxes she was creating in 1990 it started a life of antiquing adventures and a passion for old paper. In 1993 Beth’s wallpaper covered boxes we featured in Victoria magazine and Beth’s sister Marilyn Krehbiel joined her in the pursuit. Marilyn’s business Hannah’s Treasures evolved into purveying historic wallpapers for movie sets. Beth peddled her boxes to the coast of California and settled in the west. In 1997 Beth married Peter Neumann, son of a letterpress printer, who shared Beth’s appreciation for the old paper arts. In 2011 Peter and Beth began Something Tattered in response to Beth’s newest pursuit, Wedding Paper designs from her vast collection of antique paper. In 2013 Something Tattered launched the current line of craft stamps and in 2014 the new antique wallpaper stamps were added bringing the adventure full circle. We hope you will share the passion.
Zeus and Zoe is the sister Etsy Shop to Berry71Bleu and sells one-of-a-kind crafting embellishments for scrapbooking, crafting, altered art, home decor and collage art. All tags are handmade and can be designed according to your preference. Please contact Marivic through her Etsy Shop to request a custom order.
A special thanks to Molossi for sponsoring our design team this month! Molossi is a permanent sponsor for 2014, so there will be more chances to win Molossi prize packages in the coming months.
Please note that if the winner(s) of this challenge are international they will be responsible for shipping costs.
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Thank you and we hope to see your beautiful creations this month!
wonderful creations ladies :* :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the inspiration ladies! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Ladies!! Well done!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful creations!! Each and every!ReplyDelete
Wow....fabulous projects! Love them all!ReplyDelete