Take a look at the work of these incredibly talented ladies. Make sure you go visit their blogs for some extra tips and inspiration....
Heather Robertson is our featured designer this week and she really went all out with her AWESOME project. Here is a little bit about her, "I've been blessed to be able to live in two of the most beautiful places on earth. I grew up in Northern Ireland and now live in Alaska. Our family loves to spend time outdoors - hiking, fishing (I read while they fish), cycling and traveling. Dan and I have been married for 13 years (lucky for some) and have a 12 year old Nathan who avoids the camera like the plague and a 10 year old daughter Lauren who is always on alert for posing. Also, often featured on my pages are our two Chesapeakes, Kona and Willou and our 3 cats - Meow, Deshka and Athena. I've been scrapping for about 7 years, mainly pages but I also love to create cards. I "collect" mini albums and my resolution is to start filling them up with memories. Some of my favorite things to do is mix papers and embellishments from lots of different companies, stitch, use punches , lots of shapes, journal and combine bold colors. I sometimes seem to be behind the times with new techniques and trends but I always try to be a little different anyway."
Close ups of Heather's work.Unleashed!! for more information about her and details about her work.
Lisa Hidy is back again this week and she created a darling version of my sketch. Are those photos adorable or what - great moment to scrap. Here is what she had to say about working with the sketch, "When I got this sketch, I was immediately excited about the amount of layering it had...I am not the best at layering and combining patterned papers, and since I believe practice makes perfect, I was excited about the opportunity to step outside my box and have fun playing with numerous patterns! I loved this sketch, it is easy to "make your own", and I found the Pink Paislee Starlight papers and embellishments that I had been hoarding worked perfectly with it!"
My Creative Endeavors for more information about her and details about her work.
Bonnie Friesen is also returning with some wonderful work this week. Here is what she had to say about working with the sketch, "I was very excited when I saw Liz's sketch, despite the fact that it had 2 photos! I love all the layers in the sketch! I knew right away what photos I was going to use and what papers and embellishments I was going to add. I chose Basic Grey's Capella papers that I inked and distressed and made my twisted Camelot Doop flowers. The layout turned out just like I had envisioned it ! Thank you Liz, for another amazing sketch and the opportunity to Guest Design for you! You are an inspiration!"
Pretty Little Somethings for more information about her and details about her work.
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