Sunday, February 1, 2009

SK Feb Challenge

Someone help me please!  How do I take a good picture in acrylic?  Sigh - this I must say would be a task for Jessy or Sasha Farina.  The both of them are very apt in photography. Apologies for my non-existent photography skills...

For the month of February - the challenge would be to scrap using an adjective about our little one.  You may also use the adjective as the title.  I thought about it for a long time and it would be difficult to narrow it down to one word but I did it anyway.

I choose to remember Clarissa here this way in one word - she has always been a sweet child.  Giving in and sharing her stuff is not difficult to her ever since she was young.  I am grateful for that and thus this is a great word to describe her.

I have also stepped out of my comfort zone to use paints and other elements onto clear acrylic sheets.  I have lots of rubons which I buy with a vengeance but never use.  Hence - this is a great way of using them and trying to cut down on my stash.  I have to admit that the bubble wrap printing is inspired by Bridget Koopsen.  

Materials used:
Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheet,  Adirondack dabbers,  Prima felt and flower,  We are Memory Keeper rubons,  trims from Hong Kong,  Alpha thickers,  Buzz and Bloom Bird chipboard.


  1. a very2 sweet LO indeed!! Love the colours.... COMEL

  2. WOWWEE!! That is BEAUTIFUL!!! I'm just loving it so so much!!!