Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Book Worm

Hello everyone!

I hope you are all well!  I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of my blog's new followers - I am thrilled to have you along! 

I have some very exciting news to share!  I was invited to be a guest designer for Top Tip Tuesday!  A huge thank you to all the wonderfully talented gals at TTT for allowing me the opportunity to join in with them - it is truly a great honour.

So, without further ado, this fortnight the challenge over at Top Tip Tuesday is anything but a card.  We were given images from Robyn's Fetish to play with and I chose her book worm image for my scrapbook layout. 

When I picked the little bookworm image, I thought he would be perfect to make a paper piecing pattern for a page featuring my two year old, who just loves to 'wead.'  This is a great way to use your digi's and it really allows you to adapt them to your creative needs.  So, how did I turn a digi into a no lines paper piecing?  You'll have to pop on over to TTT to read all about it...


Paper - bazzill card and echo park dp
Image - book worm by Robyn's Fetish
Other - edges inked with DI chipped saphire and stormy sky, glossy accents applied to the yellow letters which were cut with SCAL2, yellow ribbon, white paper ribbon and string are all from my stash.  I started out with a sketch and adapted it, but unfortunately, I cannot remember the source:(

Please do check out what the TTT design team have created - it is sure to be a feast for the eyes and an opportunity to learn a few new tricks too!

Thank you so very much for popping by!  I hope you will be able to join in the fun at TTT - you have two weeks to create a project and there are some great prizes up for grabs!




Flutterby Trina said...

FAB page, LOVE the blues and greens! xxx

Anonymous said...

Hunny the pleasure is all our! your Layout is amazing I totally love how you have put this together! love the way you have done the words on each side on the banners and the way you have coloured the bookworm! GREAT job hunny LOVE it! and fabulous having you as our Guest Designer, hugs Samantha :0)