Friday, August 1, 2008

The Full Story

Ok... the time has come to share with you the full images of all the fun stuff I have so far created for Keep'n the Memories. I received a yummy pack full of October Afternoon's Daydream patterned papers (Rain Boots, Garden Chair, Freshly Mown Lawn, and Patio Umbrella) and matching die-cut journalling cards, Bazzill, HS stickers and photo corners, Scenic Route Chipboard Shapes (Plain Flowers), and an assortment of buttons, ribbon, and chipboard. I am yet to use many of the smaller embellishments included in my pack, but I have gone to town using the papers and journalling cards!!! It has been a lot of fun!!!

So, first up is my sample for this month's Criteria Challenge;


















The criteria are;
1. At least two different pps from at least two different manufacturers
2. Machine stitching
3. A shaped photo

Secondly, is my example for this month's Sketch challenge;


















This layout was based on a sketch taken from Becky Fleck's PageMaps book. My newest friend at KTM, Nicole Aspinall, kindly re-did the sketch for me to use for the challenge. Here it is;


















Thanks Nic!!!

Next up is my sample for this month's Card challenge;














This challenge is new to KTM. It came about as a result of a suggestion I made to KTM's Queen Bee, Toni Rugari, who had wanted to scrap the Monthly Themed Challenge formerly held on the forum. I am very excited to be the founder of this challenge! I am hoping that it will become a source of inspiration for all the cardies out there who are too often overlooked!!! Please check out the thread in the forum at KTM for more details.

Here are a couple more examples that also fit this challenge;






























Lastly, I have also created a frame by altering a Kaiser Medium (wood) Canvas. I did this by creating a frame from chipboard, covering it with Bazzill, and then adhering it to the painted canvas with a sepia photo sandwiched in between. To embellish, I cut circles from the OA 'Rain Boots' pp using the 'George and Basic Shapes' Cricut cartridge, then cutting wedges from them to form flowers. To finish of I added a length of ribbon and some buttons. You saw a peek of this yesterday, but here it is in full;

















Well, that is it for now, but keep checking back as I still have many more projects planned using my kit!!!

4 comments:

Jewls said...

Great job Clo. I love everything you created!!!! I might have to check out your card challenge :)

Leah said...

OMG Chloe, you are soooo talented! Just like your Mum! I am loving all your LOs and your cards are simply gorgeous! Just wanted to drop by and say hi!

Congrats on your gdt position at KTM too! Go girl!

Melissa said...

WOW Chloe, you have been super busy , and they all look so fab.Congrats again on your GDT spot.Hope you have a ball this month

melanie said...

Love your creations chloe :)