Sunday, August 30, 2009

Scrapbooking OFF the Page, Card for a Man & a Quick Card

Sunday's Weekly Scrapbooking Round-Up 30th August 2009

Hello, I've been down to my mum's again this week with my daughter - last time before Honey goes back to school! We have been making cards together! I have decided to make a load from a huge kit I bought from QVC to sell at the school Christmas fair - although the cards aren't Christmassy!! But then there are other things going on at that time of year like birthdays!

Anyway, I promised to show you my "Thank You For..." Canvas which I made at the crop I went to last week, so it's here, and I have blog posted a couple of recent cards, plus there's some more scrapbooking inspiration from across the web (at the end).


“Thank You For…” Scrapbooking Canvas
Time to Scrapbook outside the Page! I found a couple of mini canvases going cheap in a local framing shop and thought I would do a little “altering”. This canvas is 5 inches square and I decided to make a “Thank You” reminder for my room. I have already made a “Thank you” Layout and this adds to my collection. Maybe this will inspire you to make something similar...


Wedding Anniversary card for a Man
Us ladies always struggle to know what to make for the men in our lives (in the way of crafting). There is little in the way of inspiration on the net that is specicifically for men unless it’s sport related, or beer etc. Well in scrapbooking, I always go for the sort of colours that my husband wears if it’s a layout about or even if i make a mini album for him as a gift, as he’s not really into sporty, drink or car related themes and frankly… neither am I! ...


A Quick, Easy and Simple Sunny Card
Here’s a card I made very quickly and simply. It was a get well card really and I wanted it to be bright and cheerful, plus the person for who I made the card likes yellows and that end of the rainbow!
I made use of a piece of Que Sera Sera paper (K&Co) a few buttons, [...]


Other ideas from across the Web...

More Scrapbooking OFF the Page

Rachel over on her blog shows another way to use scrapbooking stash around the home with these lovely frames, bought on the cheap! It's amazing what can be achieved with a few patterned papers and embellishments...


A recent blog post by Courtney Baker includes this effective layout. Simple, fairly quick and 3 photos! A great example of how keeping it simple can look good! ...


Courtney Baker said...

Thank you for featuring my scrapbook page! That really makes my day! THANK YOU!

Lean said...

Love the canvas you made and the card are also stunning.
bye bye,Lean

Maxine said...

Totally love the canvas! I have a few sitting around that I don't know what to do with but love what you have done!