What's your crafty style?
Simple? Shabby Chic? Graphic? Distressed? Eclectic?
I would have to describe my crafty style the same way I describe myself -- ECLECTIC!!! I enjoy all types of paper crafting -- layouts, altered objects, decorative projects. And I have been known to try other crafts as well; my mother and grandmothers had me knitting, sewing, and embroidering from a young age!
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I'll try almost anything once so I'd have to say I'm eclectic. Although I tend to favor vintage, grunge and distressed styles. My style tends to be more simple when I am recording family history as opposed to scrapping a photo that caught my fancy - then it's all about the art!
|The journaling strip idea was scraplifted from a magazine. I used all sorts of items from inked cheesecloth to popsicle sticks and beads.(Please excuse the shadow from the stitched scan)|
This is such a tough question for me! I'd have to say that I'm an eclectic-graphic-simple.... sometimes paper, sometimes digi scrapper. I love experimenting with new stuff and using patterned paper as my main design guide, all while trying to keep it simple and tell a story!
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I am a clean and simple scrapper. My layouts usually feature straight lines, multiple photos, handwritten journaling and minimal embellishments. I love to take photos from many different events and tie them together into a single layout, like I did here:
From Flamingo Scraps: Crate Paper patterned paper
Other Supplies: Bazzill cardstock; Scenic Route letter stickers.
Tonya says:My style is a mixture of Graphic & Grunge . The messier and more distressed the better. A layout isn’t finished if the paper hasn’t been ripped or inked.
From Flamingo Scraps: Prima Say it in Studs; Prima Shabby Chic paper; Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Milled Lavender; Tim Holtz Vintage Photo; Tattered Angels Rose Tea Glimmer Mist
Other Supplies: Pink Cardstock; Vintage Buttons; Vines; Lace; UTEE – Ranger; and Martha Stewart Butterfly punch
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