Monday, April 25, 2011
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Hi once again! This week's scrapbook LO is titled Togetherness. I have used materials from various suppliers and had so much fun with it. I have incorporated HeroArts, Kaisercraft, Cosmo Cricket, Momoyo, Bazzil Basics and SazzyNSuch in this LO.
I have purposely made this LO a clean one since I kinda like the idea of togetherness to be pure, free-spirited and of course...clean. *wink*.
It took me about 3-4 hours (in total!) to complete this LO; but if I was not interrupted by routine home chores over the weekend, I would have probably completed it sooner. What it needs is just pure determination and wild imagination! LOL!
Since I am a CrazeeStamper and die-hard fan of HeroArts, I just could not resist the idea of stamping and once again I have used the bird greetings stamps (I have used in previous cards and scrap LO); which happens to be one of my favourite!
For this Scrap LO, I have used:
Stamps: LP121 bird greetings and CL136 Monogram Alphabets by HeroArts, Kaisercraft (for i am blessed)
Cardstock: Cut-out from Cosmo Cricket and 12"x12" by Bazzil Basics
Mixtape: Dear Lizzy by American Crafts
I have been busy lately with work and just to share with you guys on my life other than Whimsical Ideas!, I have a real job, a real challenging and demanding job. Every now and then, I will make a silent promise to myself that yeah.."I'm gonna finish that layout, i'm going to finish that card!" but honestly, it's a pretty hard thing to do. My real work or job and the crafty stuffs I love to do is indeed a world apart. So, then I started to think, how does that explain me? It's just like you are standing on the equator line and one foot is in the northern hemisphere and the other in the south! Blimey! Alright, hang on for a second! Now, we have a left and right brain yeah? So, does that mean that one is more technical, analytical and the other is more on visualising, creative stuffs? Where did I read about that anyway?
Well let me show you something interesting below.
One day, I will make a LO on this issue. One side is artsy and the other is techie! LOL!!
Now, where do I start......
P/s: Courtesy to a civil engineer John M who invented the word "arty-farty"