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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Little Miss Spider Princess

Today is Jo's turn to host our challenge over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge and here is what she has challenged us with:

"It's my turn to set the theme this week at Stampotique Designer's Challenge so I decided on something that I usually avoid- using photographs along side stamping.

No...come back...don't panic, it's not as scary as it sounds!  As a non-scrapper I too, feel that fear that perhaps washes over so many when the word 'scrapping' is mentioned, but this challenge theme can incorporate your photographs in any way possible either on a page, inside a journal, on a canvas, a mini book, an altered item...anything you wish, just as long as you are using stamping somewhere too.  If you are natural scrapper, this theme couldn't be better!  And if you are not, make it work for you.  Please take a look at the fantastic contributions from the team to see how diverse the artwork has turned out to be."

I haven't done much scrapbooking other than my Project Life albums, but I decided to make a cute little page from two years ago when my daughter was Little Miss Spider.

Libby Hickson from the design team was over this weekend and it was great to bounce some ideas off her (and borrow some goodies!).  Her contribution to my page was these darling little spiders as I didn't have any of the Stampotique spider stamps.

Hope you will join us over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge this week and show us how you "Scrap-It" for a chance to win one of two $30 gift certificates.

I also am entering this in the October Gallery Challenge over at the Paper Crafts Connection.
Page details:
Stamps: Princess 3001, Web 3025 from Stampotique Originals
Cardstock: Basic Black, Whisper White, Melon Mambo
Inks: Perfect Little Black Dress, Paint the Town Pink
Embellishments: Braddies (spidies) from Doodlebug Design


Jo Capper-Sandon said...

Really made me smile. What a perfect photo. Love the stamp combination, clever use of the 'Princess'.

Astrid Stulemeijer (AssiCrafts) said...

Cute! The photo and stamps are perfect together. XOXO

roc said...

Great job!

theboelemas@aol.com said...

Love it! Claire x

Kaz said...

It's a fab page of a beautiful photo!

Jane Wetzel said...

She is adorable Kim! Love what u did and jealous I couldnt come over too! lol

Anonymous said...

AW!! What a darling page Kim!! Love the added spiders to compliment the outfit! :) SO CUTE!

ARTfulWings said...

wow isnt your daughter just a cutie!! A beautiful page. Polly x

Maria Sabina R. said...

your daughter is so sweet! cute cute layout

Sam & Poppy said...

Love this Kim, perfect for October!!

Monika/Buzsy said...

What a darling page. She is so pretty! Love the spiderweb in the corner!

TenSGal said...

Such a cute photo and what a great layout!

Willy said...

So lovely and beautiful, Kim!

Reflective Art Studio said...

HEEE HEEE... and some giggles.

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