Sunday, 17 June 2018

Scrappy Sunday - Sweet Little Hut

Evening Everyone,

It's been a while since I posted anything creative but my mojo is back and so am I!

I decided to celebrate my new garden hut with this layout. Most of the supplies are from Mind The Scrap (MTS) - after much deliberation I've taken out a subscription. So far the kits have been lovely and include just enough new goodies to keep me happy. I did pull out the huge pot of white gesso I've been hoarding and made a splashy mess, using the packaging method, with blue Spectrum Noir Aquatint Inks and my Windsor & Newton watercolour paint ... all good fun. The layers behind the photo include white tissue paper, papers from MTS and a variety of papers from the scrap basket. It's a Suse Fish Scraptherapy inspired layout based on a sketch from a book I've downloaded from Creative Scrappers.

I'd like to submit this layout to Pixie's Snippets Playground. Haven't participate for a long time but it's nice to be back.

Hoping to once again post more regularly now that I've found my feet, so to speak. Thanks for popping in and if you would like any further information on the supplies used, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Take care and have a great week ahead.


4 comments:

  1. Hi Elizabeth, a very pretty scrapbook layout and fantastic little shed for your garden. Have a wonderful week... Megan

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  2. Gorgeous page I love the layout and the great colours you used Love and hugs Carole x

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  3. Just so lovely Elizabeth and fabulous colours. Love your new garden shed. Good to see you back, Kate x

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  4. This is just darling! Such a lovely layout and I adore your little hut!

    Wonderful to see you in the Playground my little friend. Come back soon!

    Hugs

    Di xxo

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