Hello! It’s me, Natalie, here with my last Missyisms layout – I went all out on this one and scraplifted Missy Whidden herself for this one – it would have been rude not to! 😉 If you’d like to see the layout come together, please watch the video below. Thanks for stopping by! xxx
Hello! It’s me again, design team member Natalie, back with another Missyisms layout for you. Today, I am scrapping photos of the sky above my back garden – the Missyisms florals and flairs were perfect for the job! If you’d like to see the layout come together, they take a look at the video below. Thanks for stopping by! xxx
Hello! It’s me, Natalie, here with a layout created using the Missyisms collection from Cheeky Studio. The florals on the cut-apart sheet and the 8×8 papers were just what I needed for scrapping photos of the animal visitors to my garden. If you’d like to see how the layout came together, then check out the video below. Thanks for stopping by! xxx
Hello, lovely friends! It’s me, design team member Natalie, here with a bonus layout for you. This month Tuesdae invited the design team and a bunch of other talented scrappers to participate in a Spring-themed YouTube hop. I chose to add a double-page layout to my garden scrapbook and scrapped a whole bunch of ‘before’ photos of my garden. Winter has come to an end, but we need to tidy the garden and get it ready for Spring and Summer – everything is a bit overgrown and untidy at the moment!
The Winter Flowers collection from Cheeky Studio seemed to me to be the perfect collection to go with these pictures. It added the promise of warmth and colour that’s missing from our garden at the moment.
If you’d like to watch how I put this layout together, then check out the process video below. Thanks for stopping by! Until next time … happy scrapping!
Hello, lovely friends! Natalie here, with another Family First layout for you. This scrapbook page is destined for my son’s scrapbook album, so it is A4 in size – that’s 8.27 × 11.69 inches for those who want to know!
The photo was taken by the beach at Swanage on the very south coast of England while we were on holiday a few years ago. I love how carefree the children look. The little girl and boy from the Family First ephemera pack worked so well with the photo, I had to add them twice!
To create the background, I used watercolour sprays, stamps and stencils. I also added wood veneer that I’d painted gold and made glittery using in gold Stickles. It was a lot of fun to get messy with this layout! If you’d like to see how it came together, then check out the video below. And until next time … happy scrapping! x
Hello, lovely friends! It’s me, Natalie, back with another design team layout for you. This month, I’m having a blast with the Family First ephemera from Cheeky Studio – it’s perfect for scrapping photos of my children.
I love this picture of my daughter helping out with the dishes a few years ago – she was only little at the time and had to stand on a step to reach the sink! The little girl in the ephemera pack was the perfect embellishment, as she looks just like my daughter!
The stars in the ephemera pack were great for this layout too, as she was a complete star at washing up all the dirty dishes! The square pieces also made a fab foundation for the photos to sit on.
If you’d like to see this layout come together, then check out the video below. Thanks for stopping by! Until next time … happy scrapping!
Hello, Cheekies! It’s design team member Natalie here with my first layout for March. This month, Tuesdae sent me the Family First ephemera pack to work with, as well as the Mermaid Tales sequin mix and the Sassy Lassy acrylic, and I’ve had a fun time using them to scrap photos of my family!
The photo I scrapped for this layout is of my daughter, and it was taken a few years ago when we were on holiday in Minehead (UK), and in it, she’s is sitting in a GIANT deckchair with her legs crossed, her arms crossed and a sassy look on her face. The Family First ephemera and the sassy lassy acrylic were clearly the perfect accompaniment.
I love the bright colours in this ephemera – they’re so vibrant, and matched my photograph so well it’s as if they were made for each other.
If you’d like to see how this layout came together then you can watch the video below. Thanks for stopping by! Until next week: happy scrapping! xxx
Hello, Cheekies! It’s me, Natalie, back with my last design team project for February. I had an absolute blast creating this layout! I started by using my Silhouette Cameo to cut out a tonne of the leaves from the Cheeky Studio ‘Florals’ cut file, and then I painted them with watercolour while they were still stuck to the cutting mat.
While the leaves were drying, I splodged Worn Lipstick Distress Ink on a piece of white cardstock to give the background lots of energy and to give the leaves something to sit on.
Once the leaves were dry, I took them off the cutting mat and glued them down to the background in a wreath shape. I made sure to only glue the base of the leaves so that the tips would stick up a bit and give the layout some dimension.
The photos I scrapped on this layout, are of my children playing in the back garden of the house in which we used to live, and the ephemera pack provided lots of lovely pieces reminiscent of that garden – flowers, birds, an owl and the resident fox who used to steal my tea-towels!
If you’d like to see this layout come together. You can watch the video below. And don’t forget: if you’d like to order anything from the Norwegian Wood collection, you can use my discount code natalie10 for 10% off your order. Thanks for stopping by! Until next time … happy scrapping! x
Hello! It’s me, Natalie, back with my second Norwegian Wood layout. It was the perfect collection for scrapping these photos of my children, harvesting blackberries from bushes in the park near our home.
To make this layout, I started by daubing Worn Lipstick Distress Ink on white card stock. It is just the right shade of red. I also added daubs of Peeled Paint Distress Ink to create some contrast and depth.
Once the ink was dry, I layered on torn strips of two of the Norwegian Wood papers and matted the photos on a strip of the red paper. After that, it was just a question of adding the ephemera and a few embellishments, including some off-cuts of ribbon and enamel dots.
If you’d like to see exactly how this layout came to life, you can watch the video below. Thanks for stopping by! Until next time … happy scrapping! xxx
Hello! It’s me again, design team member Natalie, back with another layout for you. This is the first layout that I created using the Cheeky Studio Norwegian collection designed by Cat Martin, but it definitely won’t be the last – it is just so gorgeous that I want to squeeze as many layouts from it as I can. I’ve already made three more to share with you, but you’ll have to come back every Wednesday between now and the end of February to see them!
I absolutely adore the colours in this collection, especially the mint green and the light peach – this is one of my all time favourite colour combinations – very art deco!
I also love the folk art vibe of the florals. It’s right up my street!
If you’d like to see how this layout came together, here’s the process video:
Thanks for stopping by! See you again next Wednesday. xxx