You just see things "differently". Sometimes I think "where is she going with this"? And, of course, it ends up being absolutely beautiful, creative, and inspiration! Thanks for sharing your gift!
OMG I told EVERYONE I work with that Glitter Girl based her episode on my post. Highlight of my week :)
I love this video....I always leanr SO MUCH from Glitter Girl!!!!
thank you for the video Shimelle. Very inspiring!
Thanks so much Shimelle. Yet another great video !! Lots of ideas to put in practice. I find the entire series very inspiring and it lead me to take the Hitchhiker's guide to scrapbooking workshop. I am so happy I did; one of the best 25$ I've spent.
I'm trying to use my scraps too. Thanks for sharing!
Video - Glitter Girl Adventure 012: Three Scrap Strategies
This week Glitter Girl shares three strategies for scrapbooking with just ‘scraps’ - the leftovers from other papercrafting projects. We're currently discussing this here [twopeasinabucket.com] on the general scrapbooking message board. Her adventure takes her through three layouts with techniques that can be used time and time again and always look unique by the papers and detail you choose.
For some variations on a theme…
The first strategy can be adapted to a freer style for a layout like this [twopeasinabucket.com].
For another take on the second layout, check out this example [twopeasinabucket.com].
This example [twopeasinabucket.com] shows the third technique, but mixes ribbons and trims with the paper scraps.
And here are ten of my favourite examples from the Garden Girls when they get creating with just their scraps and off-cuts:
Now… come along for the adventure, won't you?
This week, Glitter Girl challenges you to try one of these scrap strategies, then share the results in the gallery! Don't forget to tick the box for the Glitter Girl challenge in step four of the uploading process.
Join us every Wednesday for the Adventures of Glitter Girl, helping the world one crafting dilemma at a time. Each week Glitter Girl joins Two Peas via video to solve a problem posted on the message boards. Don't miss out as she shares project tutorials, product comparisons and technique tips throughout the year.