Monday, 30 November 2015

Imagine If - Journal Page

 Today I would like to share with you my latest Art Journal project for Imagine If. Below is a picture of all the product I used, although I decided only to use the one piece of patterned paper.

So in the picture below you can see the patterned paper I used along with 3 different stencils from Imagine If. They are so much fun, I could sit for hours playing with these! To make them pop out a bit more instead of fading into the background I used my black pen to go around outside. I still wasn't happy with it so in the following finished page you will see I also used black around the edges of the Dianmond Stencil.

Ok, before I started playing with the background I had put aside all my chipboard pieces and painted black ready for when background was dry. To finish off I doodled around the edges. I love how this page turned out.

Imagine If products used
Stencil - Dianmonds
Stencil - Circles
Stencil - Chevron
Chipboard - Fence
Chipboard - Fantail Set
Chipboard - Fairy and Butterfly
Chipboard - Branch and Flowers
Chipboard Words - Dream Garden
Paper - Paper Arts Vintage Flowers 3

Sunday, 8 November 2015

New Challenge.. and do you want to be a Southern Girl???

So.... there are a couple things going on over at Southern Girls Challenges this fortnight. First off is out new fortnightly challenge...this challenge we would love to see twine, tape or ribbon on your projects. Ching-Chou kuik is the amazing sponsor.. if you haven't yet had a look at these amazing images then head over to the esty shop and have a look around. I have used So Long Yesterday.
OK so here is the second bit of news.... read below....
Have you ever thought it would be awesome to be part of the Design Team at SGC?
Are you from Australia or New Zealand?
Do you love creating with paper?
If you have answered yes to the 3 questions above we want to hear from you!

We are looking for some fresh faces on our DT due to some of our ladies stepping down at the end of this year.

The term would start in January.
The team is split into 2 groups which means 1 project per month.
If you choose to make a card you will usually be provided a digi image from our sponsor to use.
We welcome scrapbookers, cardmakers, altered artists, mixed media, pocket scrapbookers, art journalers, in fact all types of papercrafting.

We correspond on facebook so you would need to have a facebook account and a blog or public facebook account which you can post the challenges and your projects to.

If you would like to apply to be an SGC lovely please email us a couple of samples of your work, tell us a bit about yourself and please include your blog link to

We look forward to hearing from you and the call will finish when we have found our new members,
Trace & Lou and the SGC Lovelies