Monday, July 23, 2012

Some Layouts to Share.

I have quite a few layouts to share but, I am only sharing 2 today. The first one is for the challenge I posted on Cookin' Up Creations on Sunday. The challenge is another nursery rhyme challenge Birds of a Feather. I called my layout Rocker Nerd because that's what my daughter Rowynn calls herself. She is an extremely intelligent young lady (IB student, high IQ, super computer savvy, Mathlete) and she loves everything rocker(i.e. skulls, guitars(which she plays - self taught), keyboards(which she plays - self taught),black, etc)

Here is my layout.
Items I used to make this layout: Cardstock black, gray & lt. gray. Pattern Paper: Tim Holtz - ,idea-ology crowded attic, Amy Tangerine - sketchbook(chevron & spiral flower thingy), Metallic paper - silver, Washi tape - Recollections - black & music notes, Studio G: gray floral, Stamps: Ink by Steph - wings - Fiskars USA, Star & skull Stamps - Dollar bin,  Stamp Press: Fiskars USA, Stickers: Metal heart - Heidi Grace, Letters: small clear - Recollections, Lg Glitter black - Target, Silver ones - Mrs. Grossman, Ink: gray & black - Studio G, Stencil: Wings - Plaid, Paint: sprays - white, Trimmer - Fiskars USA, Punches: Jenni Bowlin - Flag - Fiskars USA, Skull - Studio -G

The second one is for a Cookin' Up Creations Nursery Rhymes Challenge - There was an Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe. For the challenge you had to use a vintage ad from Jello as your inspiration. 


This is what I can up with.
Items used on for this layout are: Cardstock: Med. Blue & Gray- Bazzil Basic, Pattern Paper: Cream distressed  & the hexigons multi colored - Basic Grey, Cheron & circles - Amy Tangerine(sketchbook), Ink: Ranger Archival - black, Letters: Chipboard - Miss Elizabeth - Dollar Tree stores, Pen: Martha Stewart - black, Tools: Trimmer, Deco scissors & Micro Tip scissors - Fiskars USA




10 comments:

Francis Collins said...

This was a great day. I love seeing the Transformer movies with Liam.

Jody Spiegelhoff said...

Hi Annie~I came to your fun blog from Lain's webinar today, then realized I 'know' from the Let's Scrap site. It's such a small scrappy world sometimes! I'd love to see you over on my blog too. I'm making my way to all the blogs posted in the webinar.
I love your rockstar in the first layout! I can totally see our oldest daughter doing that.
Jody

Heather Landry said...

I found you through Lain's webinar earlier today. I thought it would be fun to connect with all of the girls who posted blogs. I've added myself as a follower!

I really love both of your pages. I'm a bit of a rocker nerd myself! LOL The hexagons on the bottom page are really great! Thanks for sharing your pages.

Annie Collins said...

Thank you Fran! Love ya!

Annie Collins said...

Thank you Jody and Heather for leaving me a comment. I appreciate it. I believe there is a little rocker nerd in all of us!

Elisa K said...

fabulous layouts. great photos and I love your choices of paper etc. Thanks for sharing

Madeline said...

Love how you were inspired by the Jello ad. Those colors are amazing!

Melissa said...

You do really great work! The "rocker nerd" title made me giggle.

Annie Collins said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful comments Elisa, Madeline and Melissa!

scrappingwonders.info said...

Wonderful layouts. I am making my rounds and checking out everybody's blog from Lain's scrapinar the other day. I love the rocker girl layout. I wonder what my little girl is going to be interested in as she gets older.