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.
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.