woensdag 7 januari 2015

 
 
 
 
 

Welcome to:

January Scrapbook Kit Reveal!


Thank you for joining our blog hop this month! If you came here from Angelica's blog,
then you are on the right track. If not, go back to Swirlydoos' blog and start from there.  Make sure you leave a comment on all blogs for a chance to win a prize!
And, make sure you have LIKED & FOLLOWED Swirlydoos on Facebook!!

 

Swirlydoos is proud to bring you our beautiful January collection:

Bejeweled
 
 
And check out these coordinating add ons that perfectly compliment our January scrapbook kit! 
 
Are you a subscriber? If so, your kit is on it's way if you don't already have it! If not, check out the Swirlydoos store to see if there are any January kits or add ons in the store!

Has it sold out? - become a subscriber and not only will you never miss a kit again, but you'll also pay less for your monthly scrapbook kits!
*Mention this blog hop and save 10% on your first kit*


 Never miss one of our kits again!

We have some absolutely beautiful scrapbook projects for you to see today !!  
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Every month, Beggahuna draws a new sketch, to go with the Main Kit.
Here's this month's sketch.
Our Sketch Challenge is open to anyone. So come on, play along.
The challenge runs till February 15th
Here's my take on the sketch:

You light up my life

My darling little grandson, all covered in Christmas Lights.
journaling reads: These twinkling lights, reflect your personality, in a perfect way!
I made my background by using an Angelwire die-cut circle as my transfer of paints.
I Gesso-ed my craftsheet and pressed the die-cut circle in it. Then I placed it on my paper and brayered over it. I repeated this step with 2 colors of paint. I love the subtile, yet distressed look.
I treated my Chipboard frame with Versa Mark and some cool, Ranger Embossing powder that we got in a previous kit. When you melt it, it has amazing silver spots in it. I can't recall the name.

Sweet bundle of joy

If only a picture could show the beautiful detail it has in real life!
This is my little grandson, wearing his new bathrobe he got for Sinterklaas.
Sinterklaas is kind of what Santa is to you, and it is celebrated on December 5th.
If you look closely to this picture, you see the little birthmark on my grandson his nose.
So super cute! Yeah I know..... grandma's are Always bragging. LOL
I did a lot of fussy cutting for this page.
These Blue Fern Studios - Sanctuary papers are simply AMAZING!
I filled up the half printed flowers, with die-cutted organza flowers (Tim Holtz Tattered Florals die)
In the Main Kit there comes a Clear stampset by BoBunny which I used quit a lot on this page.
I just love the small detailed stamps. The crackle in the background is made with Art Anthologie stencil and the Dimensional Paint that came in the Mediums AddOn. I sprinkled gold glitter on it while it was still wet. After it dried I sanded it a little.

Just for You
I just adore these BFS Sanctuary papers. This card opens up like a regular card, but on the front I made an extra flip up element and when you open it up, it reveals a tag/giftcard pocket.
At the top you see 2 different shades of the lace, which comes in the Main Kit, I colored mine by soaking it in cold coffee.
 
I hope that you liked my projects. This Kit is to die for!!!!!!
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You have until midnight, eastern time, January 8th to complete the hop. Winners will be announced on the Swirlydoos Blog on 1/10. In order to qualify to win here is what you need to do:
1: Visit all of the blogs and leave a comment on each. This way we know you were there. Take your time. There are REALLY beautiful things to see along the way.
2: Before you leave each blog, look for the “special” words and write it down. 
Once you have visited all the blogs and collected all the special words, they will create a sentence. 
3: Finally, go back to the Swirlydoos blog and leave a comment letting us know how much fun you had, tell us the sentence that was created with all of the special words you collected. Can't wait to hear from you.

My special word is : Much
The party continues over at Helena's blog.
Have fun!

 

 
 



16 opmerkingen:

Mary Holshouser zei

Everything is wonderful but the first page is beautiful. Love the round circle in the middle, the light bulb to carry on the theme.
The baby peeking out of the blanket is precious.
Your card is clever and so pretty.
thanks for sharing some wonderful projects.

Mellisa VanDenbark zei

Paulien, you have the most lovely style and as always you ROCK the cards girlie!!

Stephanie zei

Paulien the layouts of your sweet grandson are beautiful and I love that card!

L. Akins zei

I love how you created the diecut background!! Gorgeous layouts!!

Heather Thompson zei

Great projects Paulina. The card is stunning. Great inspiration.

cghundley zei

Beautiful work on
your layouts and
the card looks
lovely!
Carla from Utah

Krystle zei

I adore those sweet pages of your boy!

Peggy zei

DGS is just adorable, Paulien, a perfect subject for scrapping as you've shown so well!!! (Love the lights and your journaling, btw!)
Gorgeous layering and stamping and mixed media; most of all, I love your flowers: fussy cut, die cut and layered so beautifully!!!
And your card - please promise us a tutorial - I want to see how to do that flap!!!! <3

Leona Folkerts zei

awesome layouts...love the card as well!

Sue Kendrick zei

Paulien, I can't believe you are a grandmother! Love the layouts, and the card is beautiful.

Hanne zei

Gorgeous projects. Love the first layout. What a beautiful pic of your GS. The card looks awesome.

Kathleen White zei

Fabulous projects!! Love this kit!

Merrihew zei

Gorgeous, Paulien! Love your LO based on the sketch and the card is fabulous!

Ginny Hickmott zei

Stunning! That is the most beautiful layout, your sketch challenge page, love it!!!

Sherrenae - Sherri zei

Beautiful..I am loving every bit

Patter Cross zei

Love what you did with the Blue Fern Studios sketch. Great layout, and thanks for playing along!