Friday, May 15, 2009

A dozen layouts

I was able to finish a total of 12 layouts for crops and challenges I joined in this merry month of May. Here are they:

For A Peek into Yesterday (APIY) NSD Crop last May 2 and 3

Materials used: Fancy pants Splendid pp's, die cut shapes, ribbons and rubons, KI Memories lace paper, Cherry Arte rubons, AAS rubber foam alphas, bling, trim

Luckily, this LO won!

Some details:

Materials used: Kaiser Kraft pp's, DCWV cardstock, KI Memories lace cardstock, Fancy Pants rubons, Bazzill and Prima flowers, Maya road felt bird, brads, American Crafts Thickers, Creative Imaginations alpha stickers, lace, ribbon, buttons, brads, blings

I also entered this in Issa's Challenge during the Scrappin Kids (SK) Fiesta.

Look at some details:

Materials used: Black Market Paper Society pp, Fancy pants glitter cuts, Jenni Bowlin bingo card and ticket, American Crafts thickers, Maya Road chipboard and felt, Prima flowers, brads, button, bling, lace, ribbon

This was also entered in Issa's challenge at SK.

Materials used: Scenic Route kraft paper, Chatterbox and Scenic Route pp's, American Crafts Thickers, AAS foam alphas, Scenic Route chipboard, Fancy Pants diecut, Maya Road felt, trims, brads, ribbons, buttons, bling

I also entered this in Cookie's challenge at SK.

For APIY's Bimonthly Contest and May PDT Challenges:

This one is for their Sketch contest:

Materials used: paterned papers: Scenic Route, Basic Gray; cardstock: Bazzill; MME frame, American Craft Thickers, journaling card, chipboard (Magistical Memories, Scenic Route), buttons, bling, brads, Fancy Pants pin, ribbons, trims ricrac, Toga alpha stickers and felt owls

Journaling: Dannah in her Queen-dom! with a hippo, a camel and a bear...April 09, Don Bosco-Canlubang

and for their Me as a Mom contest:

Materials used: Basic Grey pp, Jenni Bowlin BINGO card, Bazzill Just the Edge, Toga alpha stickers, bling, Prima and Heidi Grace flowers, buttons, MM paint, AC Thickers, ribbons, trims

Journaling: As a mom, I know I'm no way perfect. I admit that I have many shortcomings. I'm not the disciplinarian type of mom. In a way, I'm very lax to both Jigs and Dannah. And as a working mom, I don't have much time to spend with them except during weekends and holidays. Very seldom do I cook for them or prepare for their everyday needs. But one thing is sure, I love the both of them with all my heart, with all my soul. I do want the best for both of them that everyting I do is for their sake.
This is for their monthly challenge to use red, white and blue in a LO:

Materials used: Bazzill and Stemma cardstock, Scenic Route pp, alpha stickers, ribbon, button, felt star, Jenni Bowlin journaling card, brad

Journaling: In loving memory of Lolo Pisting and Lola Sinyang, Nanay's parents, and our other lolos and lolas, we would visit the cemetery every Nov. 1 of every year to say our prayers and light some candles for the repose of their souls. Our little ones would gather melted candles and form them into balls, a tradition that never dies!

Two more for Issa's Challenge at the SK Fiesta:

For Pinoyscrapbookers' Kaya challenge:

This month PS has two challenges sponsored by Scrapbooks Hawaii.

May 1-15 Fabric/Textile Only

Materials used:
Bazzill cardstock, different ribbons and trims, piece of cloth used as matting for the photo, felt embellies (flowers, bookplate), Bazill Just the Edge, Daisy D's and Cloud 9 cardstock stickers, MM alpha stickers, buttons, blings, brads, Inque Boutique stamp, Versafine ink, pen

These are the gifts I received when I celebrated my 38th Birthday with the LB Scrapaholics. It's always fun to receive all these gifts from friends! Nov. 2008, Helga's place

May 16-30 Put two and two together:

Materials used:
2 cardstocks (Bazzill)
2 patterned papers (Imaginisce)
2 buttons
2 flowers (Prima and Bazzill)
2 laces
2 pieces of chipboards (All About Scrapbooking)
2 types of alphas ( All About Scrapbooking and Toga)
2 Rhinestone brads (All About Scrapbooking)
2 colors of DMC thread

Journaling: In 1972, my parents were just starting a family. That year, Jayvee my younger brother was the latest addition. I'm sure, they were so happy to have us both in nineteen seventy TWO. Lolo and Lola's place, Sta. Rosa, Laguna.

This LO won! Yehey!!! I feel so lucky to have my name drawn via rando generator. See the announcement here.

BTW, I also entered this to Scrap Inspire Create blog challenge to create a LO about one's childhood memories. I'm happy to announnce that this LO was chosen by the SIC Crew as their winner for the month! The announcement can be found here.

And last but not the least, for My Little Attic's Challenge:

Materials used: Basic Grey Urban Prarie (Corn Husk) and old lines of Fancy Pants (Botanicals, Floral Chic and Crush), DCWV cardstock, corrugated board, American Craft Thickers, Toga alpha stickers, felt flowers, buttons, ribbon, brads, journaling card, DMC thread, black pen, chalk and pigment inks, chipboards.

Handmade embellishments: tree and grass

Distressing techniques used: inking, use of distressing tool for the edges of the papers, tearing, crumpling and hole punching then inking

Journaling: Today is: mall hopping day! It was the first time for you and your Kuya Jigs to hop from one mall to another. Imagine, three malls in a day. What a fun experience! 04-05-2009

Wooh... this post is soooo long! Thanks for the patience...


Jasmin said...

That sure is one loooong post but definitely lots of eye candy!! Your work is totally inspirational and it's no wonder you've won yet again! Check out SIC's blog!

Congrats Timi!! It is an honour having you play with us at SIC!

Have a good week ahead!

Fabienne et Franck said...

Hum, you know what I think about your work! You're a great, great artist!
xxxx Fabienne.