I have really enjoyed your classes hope you come back and do it again!
Hi Nichol, I am just wondering what font you use for your journaling? I found your videos, and I love them!
I sincerely hope all is well with you. I'm going to really miss your videos. You are such an inspiration!
Wow, I am so sorry that you will not be doing any more scrapbook videos. I look forward to a new video and scrapbook layout each week. I love your style. You've got such a gift that should be shared. I've learned so much about scrapbooking and a process of putting together a unique layout. I will truly miss these weekly sessions and hope you can some day return to share with us.I guess I'll keep watching the videos that you've done over again. I do wish you the best in your future endeavers. Smile and thanks so much. K
God has given to you a fantastic gift, thank you for share it with us all this time. I pray you have so many blessings in each plan you have
Hugs & kisses
I'll certainly miss your posts.......I've learned a great deal from you over the last 3 years, but hope to still see you on YouTube. If not, I wish you the best in your future endeavor. You're awesome!!!
Video - From Start to Finish Video: Lucky Me
by Nichol Magouirk
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Stamping
Good morning, everyone.
I wanted to leave a personal note this morning letting you know that this will be the last From Start to Finish layout/video from me. Due to personal reasons, I have resigned my position as a Garden Girl here at Two Peas. I will however, be bringing you the last 3 installments of Scrapbook Stamping on the first of the month as per usual and have amazing guest designers lined up to share their stamped creations with you! I have enjoyed spending theses last 3 years here in the Garden and I will still be around posting layouts and cards in the gallery. :) Thank you for all your support for this series throughout this year. I appreciate it more than I could ever let you know.
This week's layout is die-cut heavy. When thinking about how I wanted to design this layout, I knew I wanted to do this page in 4 quadrants. I found a die cut with 2 frames so I cut out to of them and layered them together to achieve the 4 quadrants I was going for.
I die cut the title, the scallop square, the background and matching floral designs.
I chose to use some Photoshop actions on my photos to give them a “sepia tone” or “aged” look. A little stamping on the die cut tabs finishes off this simple layout.
Silhouette Designs Used (from Silhouette Online Store):
Stampin' Up Ink Colors Used:
- Pool Party
- Basic Gray
- Lucky Limeade
CHALLENGE: Create a quadrant-sytle layout.
*Challenge runs from Sept. 21 - Sept. 28, 2011.
Watch video below: