01 December, 2010

My life

Hello lovely ladies.... Thank you so much for all the love and sweet comments... without U...it's seems impossible for this artyscrappy... love you all heaps.... xoxo

Here is my interpretation of December challenge no patterned paper allowed for my design team over at scrapbookers Anonymous... I had so much fun.... When I first started scrapbooking, this sort of challenge seems impossible...but now...nahhhh.... LOL.... So Why wait... come and join US over at Scrapbookers Anonymous for another fun December challlenge(you have until end of Dec)..No Patterned Paper is allowed...the twist ~ Use your stash such as the abundant rub-on...etc!!!...easy peazy ...isn't it......hope to see you there!!!..


Cardstock White Weave AC
Making Memories scrapbook paint cranberry, blue and green(mix), Kaisercraft rubon, wicked princess handmade blooms, pink hessian, OA die cut journal(lifes a stitch), OA Alpha Stickers, Kirsty ruler die cut, Prima MArketing Stamps and Tim Holtz Distress Ink Broken China


I have a favor from you ladies....nothing huge...but pretty serious for me though...LOL...
Which is worth buying cuttlebug machine or Grand Calibur Spellbinder machine...??? Please help me....You ladies have far more experience than I do...I'm just a novice....Thank you so much in advance....

I'm so thrill....I received a HAPPY MAIL from...Yvonne.... I love it....so gorgeous...Thank you so much...love ya...big hugs and kisses... :)

17 comments:

aussiescrapper said...

Hi Lynnda, wow, yes I so know what you mean re: no patterned paper, I used to think this was impossible too but we have learnt so much on our scrapping journey hey. I love this layout, the use of the hession is stunning too. Love your gorgeous happy mail from Yvonne, how gorgeous is that shadow box.

I actually have a Big Kick (Sizzix) and I have contemplated getting the cuttlebug but am really looking forward to coming back and seeing what the other ladies say as the spellbinder machine may be another option. Love to you, Melxx

Beebeebabs said...

Very nice layout thanks for sharing!

Karen Williams said...

I love your LO, love the coffee rings ( stamp?)- its a really fresh and funky LO. Love the colours you've used. Awesome

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Gorgeous layout, lots of fun without a DP, kind of cool!
I have a Sizzix and a Cuttlebug, I LOVE my cuttlebug, I used it for any diecut, the cuttlebug, the PTI, and the Spellbinders, it works perfectly fine with anything, and it is small and handy, easy to store away!

annieambriel said...

This one FABULOUS LO. I love the artsy feel to it.. kinda free and a little funky!

I have cuttlebug and I love it. Use it for most of my project. Its easy to die cut. Only complaint for its, its rather a small one, 6 inch width, I would have loved a bigger one.. but then again, its up to you.. what will u be using it for most of the time.. big cuts or just medium. btw.. I have not really tried others. But I love my cuttlebug:)

Sabrina said...

Lynnda, this is seriously pretty!! I love this LO of yours!! Gorgeous photo of yours too!!

By the way, I do not have the answer to your question as I think we started around the same time. Looking at your blog entry.. I started in March too! Whatever it is, good luck babe!!

yyam said...

I love how artsy this is Lynnda! :) All the fabulously messy paint! :)

I have a Cuttlebug and it works with most of the dies in the market like Sizzix...and probably Spellbinders...you have to check to confirm. In terms of pricing and versatility, I think the Cuttlebug is a good buy. But I don't even use mine that much (too lazy to take it out yo use!) so take your time to shop around for what meets your needs.

Roxy said...

This LO is FANTASTIC!!! I'm loving all the paint, so cool! As for machines, I have neither, but I always hear about the Cuttlebug. Sounds like everyone uses them for embossing on their cards.

~amy~ said...

Such a challenge...no patterned paper?!! Awesome job!!!

I have a much neglected cuttlebug:)

my2angels said...

I have a cuttlebug and was really hesitant about buying it as it seemed so much money 5 years ago! But I am so so so glad I did ... love it and it take sizzix dies as well which is a bonus :)

Blossom inch said...

love this layout such a nice photo and stamping.

Lalo aka "missbliss" said...

OK had to get in on this one...
I got a Big Kick (only because it was on sale) and I love it...it works great with all the different dies and embossing BUT saw the new cuttlebug and it looks AWESOME!!! Now I want to get that one :)

Rosa said...

Another gorgeous LO dear! Luv wot u did to the bg.

I hv bigshot, slice (1st edition), slice elite & pazzles. I used them all, its not neglected. Hehehe..... Bigshot / cuttlebug, functions the same. Either one, u can use the dies from other manufacturer. As for embossing, i luv the provo craft embossing folder, works well with my bigshot.

Take your time and buy what suits you.
Take care!

Sue, a.k.a. midwestgirl said...

Love your layout, and you're right, it wasn't as hard to not use patterned paper as I thought it would be! Don't know about the other machine, but I have a Cuttlebug and love it - you can't go wrong there!

Deb Hickman said...

Such a fun,funky LO,love the paint splatters. Great job !!!!

naddy said...

Nice LO lynnda... love the simplicity of the LO and the splashes of paints, nice :)

Ros said...

Great LO you did this so well! Love your happy mail too ... how kind ... I have a big shot and I am very happy with it ... Have a great day Lynnda