Thursday, February 24, 2011

Create Music

Time to dust off more cobwebs from my blog.  Gosh - it has been 2 weeks since I last scrapped.  I have to say that I really missed scrapping.  I just had a scrapping attack and I just had to get up and scrap.  This is a simple layout for Momoyo.  They passed me some very cute shiny silver guitar stickers and I knew I had the photos to scrap.  Eric,  Jessy's hubby took these photos of Sean way back in December 2007 at a photoshoot at out house.  Gosh - it has been 5 years since we first met E and J.  Isn't that amazing?

When Sean was younger,  he used to play the piano and then he learnt the guitar.  His guitar skills then was not comparable to his piano skills then but he still loved strumming on his guitar even though it didn't sound to good.  Nowadays,  he simply does not have the time for any musical pursuits as he is involved in too many activities but I do hope everything settles by next term and I can restart the guitar lessons.

Initially I had no idea how to use the stickers effectively but as I scrapped I started pulling things together and it feels good to detash and finally starting to use some old Thicker Chipboard shapes,  Jenny Bowlin Bracket die cut paper,  TH Ideology Gears and my Coredinations pp.  :)


  1. oh wow, this layout is nice. I love the white space. Is it another pp behind the green colour?
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Hi Yus, nope there isn't any more paper behind the green coredinations pp. Thanks for stopping by.

  3. This is a cool layout Michelle! I love those tiny little gadget you have for this layout. Lovely photos too. I will email you sometime today or tomorrow regarding on some catching up :D

  4. Gorgeous LO Michelle. Perfect pics to go with the sticker!

  5. Ooohhh gorgeous!!! I love how u used the TH gears n metals on this lo. Just perfect!!! :))

  6. Wow! Check out this layout!! The pic really goes well with the layout! Awesome job, Michelle!

    About the paper I used on my layout, it's actually from the Lost n Found collection by My Mind's Eye. It's my favorite collection ever!