Saturday, April 12, 2014

HIMCR #145 - Super Scraps Saturday

Welcome.  It's another fun weekend at HIMCR.  We all used our scraps and a digi from Scrapbook Stamp Society.  Here is a page my son made for his room.




I used Reminisce paper as the background, scrap black pieces, brads, stickers and Onyx Pearl Liquid Pearls.

I hope you use your scraps and link to HIMCR this week.  They are giving away 5 digis from Scrapbook Stamp Society.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

HIMCR #144 - Black & White +1

Hi!  This is a fun week at HIMCR.  We were challenged to use black, white and one other color.  I ended up with teal.  (that's the color which I had the correct alphas). 


Logan is our family bunny.  As a person that matches her paper to the photos, being a black and white animal really helped.

I adhered only the middle of the digi.  That allows his ears to be up and gave room for the 'handles' of the sign to be under his hand. 



The digi is from Blue Moon Creation.


I colored it to match Logan.  Yes, that is part of a cottonball as his tail.  I tried to color that too.

I hope you submit a project to HIMCR this week.  They are giving away digital images from Blue Moon Creation.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

April PET challenge

On scrapbook.com I am hosting this month's pet challenge.  Here is the layout I made for an example:



I used Recollection and DCWV paper, Thickers and a brad.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

HIMCR #143 - FREESTYLE!

It's a freestyle, make whatever you want, week at HIMCR.  Our sponsor is Paper Temptress and I had some scraps from the last time they sponsored us, so I used them on this card:



I used Paper Temptress (awesome, thick, textured) paper, brad, punch, stamp.

I hope you link a project this week.  HIMCR is giving away a Paper Temptress $25 G.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Signaling super heroes!

The kids are Batman and Superman today.  Mommy thought they needed to be notified, so she offered to make them a signal.






Then they had to go where each hero could see it.



The Batman and Superman cartridges can be considered heroes today too.