For the CKCB Pocket Page Inspiration challenge I had to delve into my stash as I hadn't included any of these cards in the April kit.
I also pulled out 2 complementary die cut borders from theresa collins.
"In July 2011 I blogged this photograph for a magazine copycat challenge. Inspired by Campagne Decoration" magazine".
If you would like to visit my other blog "Normandy Life" and read the original post click here.
The greeny/blue cardstock, the red zig zig patterned paper "Ferris Wheel" and the sunshine and heart die cuts from Dear Lizzy came from my kit, as did the torn piece of a vintage sheet music.
The yellow alpha stickers, Basic Grey's "hello luscious", and the green Tiny Type from Cosmo Cricket came from stash.
|moments by maska|
Here's a link to her blog, Maska, spookily enough has also been a CSI "Special Agent".
I'm drawn to so many of her pages - there's always so much going on with paint, layers, torn scraps of paper & loads of stamping - which is really strange because I'm not a messy scrapper myself.
Clean and simple is my usual style, I do love layering and clusters of embellies and lately I've taken to adding a hand drawn doodled frame around the edges of the page.
However, after I'd thought I'd finished with this page I decided to get out a couple of stamps and a TH Distress Stain in China Blue to add some extra texture. I'm not sure it worked very well, think I'll have to practice a little more before I feel comfortable with the "Maska" artistic style of scrapping.
What's your style?
Do you like to get your hands messy?
I know that some the of Design Team @ CKCB do.