Sunday, July 6, 2014

My Scrapbook Prayer

On my 'Craft To Do List' has always been a plaque with my blog name.  I envisioned it to have tropical decor and there have been several ideas yet it never came together until now.  Instead of a plaque, I put my heART into a canvas of things that inspired my blog name.  In 2008 I visited Hawaii.  That's the photo on my blog.  I knew I was addicted to Paper crafting when I found three scrapbook stores there. Who does that?   Also that same year my scrapbook group 'The Queen Scrappers' attended the Scrapbook Extravaganza held in Little Rock, AR.  On our road trip back I start writing a poem, which turned out to be 'My Scrapbook Prayer'.  It was featured in Scraps of Color magazine and is my Design Team post for Scraps of Color E:spire.
Recipe ingredients:
Faber Castell gelatos
Tsukineko chalk ink
Color box chalk ink
Stazon ink
Studio 71 canvas paper
Prima Bloom Girl
Canvas Corp - canvas
Recollections stamps, metal and stickers
Webster's Pages fabric sticker and flowers
Prima and Recollection flowers
K & Company Sea Glass chipboards
Making Memories mesh
Martha Stewart butterfly punches
Provo Craft alphabet stamps
Stickles - variety
Copic and Bic Mark it markers
Kimberly watercolor pencils 
 I was trying to justify my addiction and the poem came to light!  Here's a close up of my prayer.

Close up of the bottom left featuring the Prima Bloom stamp. Isn't she a beauty?

 Close up of my beach on the bottom right using chipboards, beads, fiber and metal.

 Close up of the upper left of the banner.

 Close up of the upper right with another beach theme.


After five hours on this project, I'm going to clean up and relax for sure....Until the next inspired project. LOL

Entering in the following challenges:
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes #139 - Uplifting Prayer
Scraps of Color Week  - Anything Goes Week 27
ScrapbookerPhD - Add Texture
Rhedds's Creative Spirit - Altered Art Challenge
City Crafter - Let's Go To The Beach


13 comments:

  1. Princess this is so beautiful. I love how you colored the prima. Very inspirational.

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  2. What a beautiful canvas!! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

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  3. This is a stunning canvas! I love the colors and layers! Thanks so much for sharing this week at CCCB :-)

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  4. this is absolutely gorgeous! and a great story. xo

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  5. Awesome! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!

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  6. Very nice canvas displaying your crafting.

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  7. AMAZING color scheme, Princess. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome creations in our challenge this week. I appreciate you SO very much
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  8. How lovely. I especially love the bright colour scheme. Thank you for entering your project at Rhedd’s Creative Spirit. Sammy-x

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  9. Your project is beautiful! Your prayer is wonderful and I love all your little details. Thanks for joining us at ScrapbookerPhd.
    Julie T

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  10. Wow. You really added so much depth and texture here -and it all flows and enhances the message you are documenting. I'm so glad you finally got the inspiration you needed to complete this project because it is terrific.

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  11. Oh wow you have a wonderful way with words. Your poem is so special and so true as well lol. Love the rhyme. Your creation is just so vibrant and really depicts a tropical island.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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