Last week my Mum attempted her very first scrapbooking layout. Thank you so much to everyone for all of your kind words and encouragement. They really mean a lot to both her and me.
Mum has now taken her second step on her scrapbooking journey and I wanted to share it with you too (call it Proud-Daughter Syndrome!). So here it is…
She created this scrapbooking layout using Basic Grey Jackson Oh Baby Boy paper, Pebbles Inc Winter Circles/Stripe paper, dark blue cardstock, white cardstock, a black pen, blue alphabet stickers and Piggy Tales Flowers & Bugs Rub-Ons.
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Mum saw our new Piggy Tales Flowers & Bugs Rub-Ons and thought they would be perfect for a garden layout. This layout shows my grandfather at one of the things he did best – tending to his garden.
Mum had never used rub-ons before, but thought she’d give them a go. She soon realised how simple they are to use and I love what she has done with them. I thought the way she used the circles in the background paper to emphasise some of the rub-ons (like the ant in the bottom left corner) was very clever and the ladybug footprints across the bottom of one of the photos is so cute!
Once again, I am so very proud of her! Please continue to help me encourage her to scrap by leaving a comment below.
Thank you so much!
Well done on another very appealing layout, beautiful colourings used and so well co-ordinated. The way you are going you will have a beautiful album completed soon – and if anything like me- before long you will have shelves full of albums. May you continue to enjoy your new found hobby and be proud of your achievements.
Again you have completed a beautiful layout. You can be proud of your work & creativity. Don’t stop at 2.
Hi Jenny’s Mum: Boy what a beautiful card and the imagination was great….you make me jealous as you are doing much better than I am.
I have not tried any rub ons as not quite sure of how to do them. Like for example what if part of the rub on does not show when you remove it? How would you ever put it back in same place to try to rub on if part of it did not come out like you planned? This question is probably for Jenny or as good as you are maybe you can give me some good advice…”Keep It Up” as you are doing GREAT for the little time you have been into this scrapbooking. I am with you about becoming addictive as once I start I don’t want to stop, but must as there are other things have to get done….Thank you for sharing your ideas. Theresa.
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