Friday, 31 May 2013

Fairest of Them All

Hello Sassy friends!
Friday has found us again - hooray!
My sweet girl was mesmorised by her first meeting with a face painter at a birthday party recently. I wanted to try and capture a bit of the magic she must've felt.
I'm sure you have seen (and used) little confetti pockets. I certainly have! I love a bit of sparkle and those guys can hold an array of lovely goodies... 
But have you ever considered enclosing your layout?
It's no secret... I lurve my Cameo. Cutting paper is only the tip of the iceberg - I can't wait to explore all it has to offer! I've created this 'title' card using 'Brannboll' font in Silhouette Studio and a bit of Heidi Swapp Sugar Chic paper.
I've used a couple of the remaining 3x4sized cards I cut from a sheet of 'Hello A' and layered them up with a few Elle's Studio cutouts and a cute Greatest View flair.
And there you have it! 
Something a little bit different (modelled by my handsome assistant, hehe) 
  • I put my layout together as one unit, 
  • adhered it to the inside of the photo sleeve, 
  • sprinkled some 'fairy dust' (sequins, and Studio Calico tiny star wood veneer) 
  • and then used my sewing machine to stitch it all closed.

We hope you have all enjoyed our fun with Photo Freedom this month. As you have seen, there is no end to the possibilities one little pack can bring! Plus having everything at your fingertips makes the process a whole lot easier.
And don't forget, you can now order your replacement blades and mats from the store as well!
Till next time!
Chantalle x
Sassy Supplies used:

Echo Park Photo Freedom Kit

12x12 Photo sleeve from the kit


Thursday, 30 May 2013

Cards made with photo freedom

Hi everyone
Anita here sharing more creations using

you can make fun cards with this range of papers
Ive used more of the pocket sized papers and used them on a card along with a sticker

with this card i used a sizzix die and cut 2 hearts  
poped it up on a few pop dots and added a little rhinestone
its super easy to make a few fun cards using some Washi Tape and a splash of paint

Kit Includes:
6x papers
1x Sticker Sheet
5 Photo Sleeves
Other products
white Cotton, Artline pen, flowers, rhinestones ,wood button

Tuesday, 28 May 2013


Shell Carman sharing my last Photo Freedom project with you today. I have kept my Photo Freedom pages fairly simple which is not my typical style but it was nice to have a bit of a change!

If you have tons of photos you need to get get through quickly then this is the ideal scrap system for you! 

All the papers, stickers & photo sleeves are in this Echo Park Photo Freedom Happy Go Lucky Kit
You can find this in the shop here
I have also added some 
yellow diagonal stripe washi tape

The Greatest View Grassy Knoll Flair Buttons

Green Bakers Twine

Thanks for looking!


Sunday, 26 May 2013

Hows your Project journey going?

Good Morning how are you this Sunday? Rikki here with my continuing journey in Project Life. Today I thought I would show you how it works as a double page so you can see the planning I was talking about last week.
As I have said before I made the choice to do Project Life for an event, the Crab festive we attend every year and has become a tradition for my family, it goes over 2 days and 40,000 plus people travel down to our little foreshore to enjoy the great foods, arts & crafts, the fireworks and all the water sports. I always take 100's of photos and when I get home only print about half a dozen and the rest go onto a disk and that it. This is where I love Project Life I can share the whole event in the sleeves that come in the kit and by the end of it I have 10 new pages for my scrapbook and I have shown and told the whole story.
A simple washi boarder adds a which mat for your photos and ties in with your colour scheme.
I have added all my embellishments on the outside of the sleeve just make sure you use a strong adhesive.....
Photo Freedom Birthday Wishes Collection Kit
Don't forget to enter into our monthly sketch you still have a few days to enter......

Saturday, 25 May 2013

JOURNALING is most important !

Hello everyone, Heather with you again.
 For my fourth and final GD layout in May 
I decided to scrap a photo of a Journal I created last year .
it is CHOCK A BLOCK full of different size pages, corrugated cardboard, photos , 
pockets with photos and Journaling 
I feel writing is such an important part of scrapping.
History is sometimes "LOST" without some form of documentation.  

 I used the stunning Prima / Romantic Novel Collection  of papers
such a versatile range and perfect for journaling .
I have journaled on each tab/tag 
 to treasure the memories .
even the title is created from the papers .
My foundation - I began with white cardstock, stamping with
the Prima Trellis stamp, Kaiser bubble wrap stamp, and a Hero Arts text stamp .
Splatters of Black, Coffee Shop, and SugarPlum Fairy ink add interest
 and some stitching down each side for a final touch .
Next I mounted my photo and began layering the tabs and tags , which I journalled on.
quite a simple layout with lots of precious memories .

thanks so much to Olga for having me this month of May
I had such fun playing with these yummo papers and embellies .

hope I have inspired you and thanks so much for popping by.
big hugz from Heather x


Friday, 24 May 2013

Photo Freedom- Life is Good!

Hi There!

Shell Carman here today with another Echo Park Photo Freedom page. If you have been following the Sassy Scrapper blog this month you would have seen that we are all playing with the new Photo Freedom system.

It is such a quick & easy system that allows you to add as much or as little embellishments to your photos as you like. In a hurry? Then just pop your photos straight into the pockets. Have a bit more time? Then use the gorgeous collection packs that have all the co-ordinating papers & stickers you will need to add a bit more pizazz to your page!

All the papers, stickers & photo sleeves are in this Echo Park Photo Freedom Happy Go Lucky Kit
You can find this in the shop here
I have also added some 
yellow diagonal stripe washi tape

The Greatest View Grassy Knoll Flair Buttons

Green Bakers Twine

Have a great day!

Thursday, 23 May 2013

layout using Photo Freedom Birthday Wishes Collection Kit

 Hi everyone
Anita here sharing more wonderful papers from
Whats great about this collection you don’t have to use it all on project life you can create layout using this range
Here is a layout I created using lots of the pocket size cut papers

the pic is of our beautiful funny bird nubby he is a  Long-billed Corella (he is a bit of a tool most of the time )

the pocket sized papers are just perfect for layering  and the stickers are great for adding extra elements to your page

i traced and cut 2 star shapes out and backed the star shaped holes in my cardstock with
Hambly Screen Prints Black Chevron and 2 bit of patterned paper from the collection

you could make lots of fun projects with this kit
Kit Includes:
6x papers
1x Sticker Sheet
5 Photo Sleeves
Other products
Black Cotton, Artline pen, flowers, rhinestones
The Crafters Workshop
Dots template
so pop on over to the shop and check out the wonderful ranges 
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