Hi! Happy Sunday! Today, I am sharing a scrapbook layout for challenge #5 at The (Paper) Trail Makers Challenge Blog. This time, we want to see projects using the Paper Piecing technique.
I used the beautiful Nikki Sivils It's raining, it's pouring collection that is available at the Leave a Paper Trail store.
This layout is inspired in a sketch created by Anam Stubbington. I am very excited to submit it to the Guest Designer spot contest! Let's see what happens!
I really hope to have the opportunity to create with all the amazing Nikki Sivils products.
Do you see the dark cloud below the yellow arrow? It rained a lot that day, but the rain does not stopped us to enjoy the gardens. I dreamt to see this place, since I was a little child. I still remember my History elementary teacher words with respect to these gardens.
On the scrapping note, It felt so good to use my so many times forgotten stamps collection. I used one Unity stamp from my stash and stamped the sun and the cloud using yellow ink at the white cardstock. This white cardstock is used as my layout background.
Then, I stamped the same sun / cloud image in the blue patterned paper.
After that, I cut with scissors the cloud from the blue patterned paper and attached it with pop foam dots for dimension above the same cloud stamped at the white cardstock.
Love this way of creating my embellishments using the paper piecing stamping technique.
I still cannot believe all the stamping I had done this month.
Looking forward to see your creations. There is still time to submit your projects for the following challenges at The (Paper) Trail Makers Crop:
- All About Crop and Schedule
- Challenge #1...Color Challenge
- Challenge #2...Flourish Challenge
- Challenge #3...Flower(s) Challenge
- Challenge #4...Doily Challenge
- Challenge #5...Paper Piecing
Each of them has prizes. Lots of chances to add goodies to your stash! I will love to see you there!
Have a wonderful sunday!