Thursday, April 10, 2014


        Hello everyone! SSIB ScrapStuffz “Inspired By” teams up with Child’s Play Challenge this month using below inspiration photo and sketch.

sketch by Laura Whitaker
         I used some photo from Art Sand 2012 PNE Pacific National Exhibition, Vancouver, British Columbia.

I used artificial sand instead of molding paste with stencil.

apply glue generously

sprinkle artificial sand

tap the excess to reveal the image

Supplies :
  • patterned paper - Authentique, Pinkpsaislee
  • chipboard stickers - Heidi Swapp
  • twine - Michaels
  • cheese cloth - Target
  • enamel shape - WRMK
    stencil - TCW 
  • liquid gel - Elmers
  • adhesive - Be Creative
  • artificial sand - Dollarama
  • others - staple
        You can do ONE layout and enter it at TWO sites, for double the chance of winning!!! Click HERE to link up your take.

SSIB Prize

Child's Play Challenge Prize

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

March Scrap This Sketch Winner is....

GAYLE! Congratulations!!

Let's take another look of the last month entries.

March Sketch
One Of A Kind by Gayle
March Scrap This Sketch Winner

Xmas Photo Bomb by Shelby

Down With The Bugs
by Amy

Salut by Robyn
Thanks again ladies for joining the fun!

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Put On A Happy Face

And here's our sketch for this month. Have fun!

To upload your take, please use Inlinkz at the right side 
along with other challenges. Exciting goodies to be given away.

     I also used this sketch for Inspired By over at Scrappin Peeps, challenge to create a LO, card or any project with different pattern on it. NOT only that,PLAY WITH IT! For example :
-          cut flower paper pattern into hearts
-          square into circles
-          circles into triangle
For my LO :
-          dots and stripes pattern cut into triangles
-          stripes cut into square
Supplies :
  • patterned paper , stickers - Heidi Swapp
  • cardstock - Recollection
  • washi tape - MME
  • alphas - Heidi Swapp, Studio Calico
  • flair - American Craft
  • label sticker - Pinkpaislee
  • ink spray - Heidi Swapp, Dylusions
  • adhesive - Be Creative

Tuesday, April 1, 2014


     Playing with The Crafter's Workshop stencil is so much fun! So many possibilities you can do with them. Here is my latest project using TCW456 Sketch Grid and TCW454 Specimen by Rebekah Meier , both 6 x 6.

 ink the butterfly specimen  onto vellum paper
pour embossing powder and use heat gun too to dry it
fussy cut each butterly and use as embellishment

Supplies :
  • distress stain - Tim Holtz
  • stencil - TCW The Crafter's Workshop
  • molding paste - Golden Artist Colors
  • vellum - Recollection
  • cardstock - American Crafts
  • ink pad - Colorbox
  • embossing powder - Embossing Powder Candy Shop
  • rub ons - Pinkpaislee
  • others - Martha Stewart heating tool, journal book - MME