Rozella Meijer-Kern is the featured guest designer this week, She created a really beautiful layout to share with all of you, but first here is a little about her, "I'm Rozella Meijer-Kern and I live in the Netherlands. I am married to my husband Peter and we have two beautiful girls Lysanne and Julia. I discovered scrapbooking a few years ago and have been addicted ever since. Through scrapbooking I keep my memories alive but above all I get to be creative. I love using lots of flowers and bling. Mostly I love to create scrapbook pages and I have been published in various magazines and serve on several design teams. I am honored and excited for the opportunity to be part of Liz's guest designers.
Close Ups of Rozella's WorkScrap ala Rose for more information about her and details about her work.
Teresa Fenstermacher is back again this week with her amazing design. Here is what she had to say about working with my sketch, "Once again, I completely enjoyed working with Liz's sketch. My layout went together like a dream. I love how Liz puts so many layers in her sketches yet they have very clean lines. The addition of the circle is perfect. I stayed true to the sketch with the exception of using one photograph instead of two because this adorable picture of my grandson had to take center stage! The papers I used are from the Fancy Pants "Like Father Like Son" line. When you have a sketch with this many layers, it is nice to be able to go to one paper line to get 3 or 4 different patterns that coordinate so you can layer them up. Thanks Liz for another awesome sketch and for the opportunity to design for you!"
Teresa Jaye is Here to Play for more information about her and details about her work.
Pat Bishop is also back again this week with another of her wonderful designs. She said this about working with the sketch this week, "For this layout, I used Cosmo Cricket's Over Easy, and Bazzill cardstock. I also cut scalloped circles and embossed them to kind of look like tires to mirror the ones in the photos. I kept the layout pretty much the same as the sketch with just a few added embellishments."
A Scrappin' Nana for more information about her and details about her work.
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