Ok, so maybe these pages aren't strickly prompts from Kara's class, but I definately used the prompts as starting points for these pages. I'm all about letting it go where it needs to go rather than adhering to the 'rules' too closely. I definately used Kara's example pages as inspirations and tried to go with the flow, while encorporating little elements.I was scrapping with a friend when I made these, actually & we dug into my (rather embarrassingly large) product collection from when I used to work at a scrapbooking store & subscribe to kits. It was really nice to see everything with fresh eyes and not feel scared about using the product. I don't know if I'm the only one that is like this- but where there is something really special or new I tend to hoard it waiting for the 'right' page to put it on. Having taken a break from the scrapbooking world- I felt much less intimadated & was able to mix my office supplies/vintage papers etc with more commercial/fun product. I've got to tell you- it was LIBERATING.Supplies used: Toast Magazine page. Masking tape. Old book page. White cardboard circle.Yarn. Basic Grey Alpha Rubbons.Scrapworks Yellow Alpha Rubbons. Vintage newspaper cutout. Black ink and brush. Yellow vintage folder. Brown circle 'Tower' office labels (South African). LoveElsie stickers. Various 4ply Yarn. Pencil. Staples.
Supplies used: Unknown paper. Sewing machine. Various magazine clippings. Love Elsie chipboard sticker. Elsiecake flower sticker. some Red Velvet Kit Club odds and ends (fabric&frame), Hambly overlay. Brown tape. Pencil. Lined Paper.