Monday, January 11, 2010

I love when this happens...

Some days you feel an idea take over and you just go along for the ride.

This is my favourite layout from December's layout class because it was just like that.

From this:
The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai

To this: Layout Title: "I Want My Very Own Snorkel, Mask and Fins"
We had a fun time in class flicking paint to create the ocean 'spray' - some of us had a bit too much fun and some ended up with tiny bits of paint in their hair and clothes....oops.

Stuff Scrappers Might Like to Know:
1. This is a fun way to use up your scraps. Tear lots and lots of strips of paper. (nice to have some vellum as well), cover a shape with glue, then glue strips of paper all over the shape. Make sure to twist and turn the strips as you glue.

2. The stuff around the word "fins" is Ranger Dimensional Pearls.

3. The reason why I have one paper fish and one transparency fish is 'cos they are different breeds of fish. haha. Kidding. Nah, its just that if you stamp on transparency you can make the fish turn a different direction instead of having all your fish face the same way.

4. Yes, those are satay sticks and no they didn't used to have satay on them.

3 comments:

Ronda P. said...

that is awesome! I love it!

teacher jessy said...

Wow, this is out of the world!! That wave you created is simply BEAUTIFUL!! The color & the details just stunning...

Wati Basri said...

great one there Sharon! lovely