A few weeks ago I created four layout for a scrapbooking magazine in the UK. It was for a special feature about creating your own frames and borders. Since I wanted to focus on those frames and borders, I kept the layouts fairly plain and simple :-). You will see the pages of the magazine and the layouts below. If you click on the pictures, you will be able to see larger images. Hope you like it!
I was also asked by the same magazine to create a layout for a feature called 'In Her Shoes'. The layout had to be about a woman I admire. I chose Mother Teresa:
Let's start with a layout about my husband, Siebe:
I don't make a lot of layouts these days, but thanks to Scrapbook Magazine in the UK I am challenged to make at least a few layouts every few months. In the last two months I created the two layouts below, which have been published in their magazine:
This layout was featured in the so called 'scraplift- section' where readers are challenged to create a layout based on mine:
I made this layout using the photo and papers provided by the magazine:
I made a few more layouts, but I cannot show them (yet) ... have a nice day,
I made the card above for Jeffrey Arenz, a Dutch teenager, who founded Skizzle (an organization against bullying). Jeffrey has been bullied a lot and decided to no longer be a victim, but do something about it!
I wanted to encourage him in his efforts to make more people aware of the effects of bullying. Skizzle supports victims of bullying 24 hours a day. In my eyes Jeffrey is a hero and a winner!
Once I made the card for Jeffrey, I had a lot of papers and card stock left, therefore I decided to make some more generic cards for teenage boys. These are four other cards I made:
I haven't been scrapping much lately, but when Scrapbooking Magazine from the UK asked me to do an Easter layout, I couldn't resist! I loved being able to share the true meaning of Easter in a scrapbooking magazine:
In the same issue there was a feature about the 70's. I created two different layouts in 70's style:
And ... the magazine had sent me a picture and some papers to create a layout too:
I made this card after seeing a beautiful digital download by Amanda Heimann on Pinterest. I copied pretty much everything and added a few flowers and a butterfly. You can download the words and image HERE. This is Amanda's design:
Yesterday I learned a new word in scrapbooking CASE = Copy And Steal Everything. Anna from Sweden had seen my layout on the cover of Scrapbook Magazine and decided to make a CASE of it. I love inspiring people, so her message came as a nice suprise!This is the layout she made after she saw mine:
Click here to see Anna's blog and more detailed pictures. Thanks again Anna!
I have recently made some layouts for Scrapbook Magazine from the UK. Normally they ask me to create a layout about a certain theme, but this time they asked me to create a layout for the cover, since one of the designers cancelled the assignment at the last minute! Such a nice surprise! I got the papers I needed to use and a picture of a lovely girl as well. This was going to be so different!
The layout was shown on the cover and there was also a page in the magazine too. My layout was shown and two other designers have created a layout with the same papers and picture: