Here they are! And please take a look at the SCRAP-CLUB KIT IDEAS to see how awesome the layouts are of Petra, Nili, Christiane and Adriana. I'm such a happy girl to be part of such a creative team :)
The first one is inspired by the sketch layout on the Scrap-Club blog. I turned that circle half. It doesn't have a white background but has only a pink circle as base.
Journaling says: "When you come home tonight, I have diner ready", you said. And I gave you 5 euro's and expected you to buy us french fries. But no.. not at all. It was a big surprise to see you made hamburgers all by yourself. Delicious!
For "My Valentine" I added red cardstock, red glitter paint, Heidi Swapp flower and Doodle bug flower, 7 gypsies gaffer tape and painted + heat embossed the letters.
In the Kit you find the Basic Grey chipboard letters HIP and I love that font! I used gesso to give the letters a base that's easy to paint. Most of the titles I heat embossed with UTEE.
Picture was taken by Ivo in Brig (Switzerland), summer 2006.
"WINTER AT THE BEACH"
This picture is of november 2006! And it was staring at my desk for over a year now. So glad I finally knew what to do with it ;)
Journaling; "Even if it is summer or winter, you bring your scoops to the beach. Excellent! After a good walk when we warm up in the restaurant with some wine and tapas you both warm up by scooping dykes and canals".
Added MM snowflake stamps, chipboard swirl, paint, snowflake rub on. And I found that little pink ice scoop in my trash ;)
I don't know if 'smitten' is correct in this context but I want to express with this layout (8"x 8" for my Book of Me) how I love to stay in bed little bit longer when everyone is already out and have breakfast...
And because of Erik I can... love that guy!
"The look of love"
Ivo's look shines with love when he listens to his girl friend. They were a cute couple since 5 yrs of age and broke up last year :(
This picture was taken in the summer of 2006...
And finally two Valentine cards! Let's think about who will be the lucky one ;)