....scrapping, art journalling, taking photos, and also working on making a little book of quotes or sayings that for one reason or another resonate with me. I've done some more LOs using the 3ndypapir papers from Angelcrafts. This first one has been inspired by Irene (Scrapperlicious) Irene uses lots of complex techniques and lots of different layers in her pages, but I particularly like how she uses transparent elements, and so that's what I've done with this page. I scanned in the image of the butterfly, the flower and the leaves, and printed them off onto a transparency. These were then cut out, doodled on and adhered. The flower was gently heated with a heat gun to get the petals to curl a little before adhereing. I've also used a napkin on this page- it's the bit with the brown butterfly and leaves at the top.
The next LO is much simpler. I didn't want to cover up the design on the corners of the papers here, so I had to be careful about the placement of the photos. I've kept the embellishment quite simple too. All I did was to colour a paper doily to match the flower, and then folded it to look like a spanish fan and adhered it to act as a frame for the photos.
I have so many photos from Madrid to be scrapped. We had a fabulous time there- what a great city-so much to do and see, especially if you like art (or even if, like Jack, you like football-2 stadiums to visit!)