October 28, 2008

Layout for SK Marathon ~ 3rd Challenge

Yes I made to the 3rd round of Scrappin Kids Marathon challenge!

Although I was a few hours behind checking out the clue at 9AM (*hehe* blame it on the work overload!), got home at 6pm, then preparing dinner for the family, and putting my DD to bed, and finally began my scrapping at 10PM... *phew* what a day ya? teehee...

For 3rd clue, the challenge was hosted by Cookie. She challenged us to create a 12 x 12 LO using pattern papers no more than 4 x 4 inches in size!! it can be smaller than 4x4 but definitely not bigger than that!

I just finished creating on this challenge and I feel like this is the first time that I created such a COLOURFUL layout! *haha*. Indeed, it was nice to see all those small pieces of scrap papers I have kept for months, being utilised for something like this! Credit to Cookie for her brilliant idea!

Here's to share my interpretation of playing with little pieces of patterned papers:

~* Color Me Happy *~

Dear Hubby,
Tell me again that black
isn't the only color in the world...
I have never been this happy
ever since I have found millions of colors
inside you my love!!
Thank you for sharing them with me..
xoxo, your wife

a closer look on the surface.

For the heart look, I used a heart shape template which I drew earlier on another 12x12 cardstock. Then I attached the template on my actual cardstock and began patching those scraps PPs (sorry, I can't remember all those PPs manufacturer brands as it was already in pieces). When I have done patching all those PPs, I brushed off some glitter glue on the surface to keep them even. Then I attached all the other elements and did a little touch ups, ensuring that every pieces of PP weren't bigger than a 4x4 size.

Sincerely hope I can pass. now im off to bed.

Thanks for lookin!


Wati Basri said...

babe this is such a colourful LO!!! love it :)

Benga said...

colorful indeed! i like the mix of pps very yummy!

SnazzyJazzie of Scrap & The City said...

*speechless* totally outo f this world. great use of leftover papers and wow, the journalling... sure to melt any man's heart! may i scraplift this? will give you due credit :-))