Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Project Life Meets Some Odd Girl.

Hello, lovely peeps!

I wrote today's scrapbooking tutorial on the Some Odd Girl's Blog today. I hope you check it out!

My assignment was to scrap and write about how to use SOG images on Project Life! I really love incorporating both my loves for scrapbooking and stamping/ coloring, so I enjoyed this project to the moon and back!

This page was from our anniversary week. I love how SOG has so many characters and sentiments that you can really tailor to whatever you have going on in your life!


For the next two pics, I stamped using Neon ink.


This sentiment "forever and always" and the mini hearts (center card) are from Love Me Not Mae.


The heart on the green card is from Flirty Mae. The image below, which is stamped directly on a journal card is also Flirty Mae.


For the next two pics, I made my own title card. The title card, as you know, usually states the Week documented. I used Katie's tutorial again, and printed them all on one cardstock, colored Scooter Mae with Copics, and used Mr. Huey neon mists on that left upper corner.


I wasn't planning on the spray effect looking like sun beams / flare but I really like how it came out.


Then, you probably already saw that I am OBSESSED with the Great Gatsby from this post. Here, I wanted to document the movie and what I loved from it -- depicted here was mainly the style and fashion of that decade.


I was lucky enough to find sparkly papers and embellies. I sewed on some sequins and included my movie stubs. I used 1920a Kody and Flapper Kaylee again, but this time, I left them uncolored for a more classic effect and to make the bling stand out!


Then, lastly, I talked about I tend to take pictures of colored images. Here, I used it on a journal card and left the original one for a card. You can truly make the most out of your time! And with the first pic above, I include pics of my cards so that I have them in PL even if I've given them away :).


You probably already know how I feel about Project Life. As you can see, I documented big events and everyday life. And SOG stamps and images are perfect for it!!!

See y'all very soon!

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