Friday, January 18, 2013

The Mad Scientist

Sometimes, when I'm putting together a scrapbook page, I feel like I'm working outside of the box, and on a roll. I don't stop to analyze anything, and work based mainly on impulse and gut reaction. That's when I feel like a mad scientist at work.

Let me loose at an all day crop with some great company, amazing challenges and a load of bits and pieces of upcycled materials, and that's when the experiments really start to bubble.

Paper: Lucky 7 Factory, Bazzill Basics Paper
Die Cuts: Kaisercraft
Bingo Sheet, Newspaper comics, Film negative, Dymo tape, 
Washi Tape: Bella Blvd
Fabric Tape: Fab Scraps
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Stain
unknown brad,handmade newspaper flower,
wire and Tim Holtz mini staples.
letters: American Crafts



Papers: Lily Bee Design, Lucky 7 Factory
Cupcake liners, Paper doily
Buttons: Pebbles, Basic Grey
Leaves: Maya Road
letters: American Crafts
Twine: The Twinery
Fabric Tape: Love My Tapes
 Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Stain


One of these days, I'm going to get so carried away that I'm going to add something really odd to my pages. Can't wait to see what it might be!

Erin

2 comments:

Eliane Dorval said...

These pages scream FUN and I can't wait to see what you come up with next ! Hope I'm there to witness it ;-)

gram cheryl said...

Love, love, love those flowers! Am I right that they are the cupcake papers? Great Idea and as always, your work is all great!