May 21, 2010

Another OA Layout!!!!

At long last I will finally have my rest day this weekend. I have survived a 10 day, 10hour work schedule. Yipeeee!!! Despite all the stress, the lack of sleep and all the drama at home, I am just grateful that I did it. It will not be the last time since this work schedule will rotate every 5 weeks but for now I just want to have this opportunity to rest.

Even with my hectic schedule, I was able to manage to create a layout every other day. I have to sacrifice some sleep but it was okay because I accepted all my DT responsibilities knowing that this might happen.

I just want to share another layout that I did using Scrapbook Deals 4 U May Kit featuring October Afternoon's Thrift Shop line.


I really had fun doing this one. I got so used to with linear-blocking style that I forgot to just stick it on. I am the type of scrapper who plans everything,lay everything first before adhering them but on this one, I just kept cutting, punching and adhering.


I added my title on the opposite side to make it different. I first used some big alpha for masking the work "DREAM" and sprayed Shimmerz Spritz over it. Added the rest of the title vertically.


The flowers werealso painted using Shimmerz. It added a lot of sparkle and texture on it and I just love how my embellishments looks so different when using it. Try it out!


Star Rork said...

love the new look of your blog LG! That layout is so awesome, i love how you did the butterfly! Enjoy your time off, you need more of it!

Michelle said...

Love the new look of your blog as well!! I haven't been here in a while!! It has been fun catching up, seeing all of your wonderful work!!! I am glad you made it thru your hectic work schedule. Hoping things have settled down now for awhile. ~Michelle

Mahlin said...

The blog looks awesome.. Bright and yummy.. and your layout is fantastic as usual! love how you play with papers!

Nenne said...

Love the new blog look btw!

and this layout has so many wonderful, inspiring details such as the technique you used for the title! I need to do that!