Saturday, 14 March 2015

Scrapping the "Other Half"

Hi there,

I'm just dropping in to share some layouts I made for last month's Scrapbooking Memories magazine. I wrote an article about how to scrap your partner. I ummed and ahhed about what to include as 'your partner' as these days it could mean anything. In the end I went with majority and wrote about scrapping males from a female scrapper's point of view. I'd have needed half the magazine to cover every possible combination!

I hope you like the layouts.



And here are some close ups:


Once I thought of making a fox tail to create part of the title I couldn't resist it! My teenage son was horrified that I put something so risque in a magazine!




My other layout was a bit more subdued but I still really liked the colour combo in this.



And some closies:




Yep - that's how long we've been together!


I have this layout displayed on a sofa table in my loungeroom and every time I walk past it those Metallic Melts catch the light beautifully. I love them!

Thanks do much for dropping in.

Happy scrappin'!

Heather

16 comments:

  1. Gorgeous...both of them. Love your mixed media backgrounds on both...and the journaling on the background in the first is awesome...love it. Isn't it wonderful to still have the ability to shock your son...I giggled when I read that he though this was risque xx

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  2. Well done on your article for SM, I find male layouts harder but these two look fantastic. Great details with MM, and lovely photos too!

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  3. LOL! You and your melts! These are both beautiful.....I enjoy your articles:) And that 2nd one with the ripping? GORGEOUS. As well as having some melts ... giggles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. These are gorgeous!! I loveeeeeeeee the fox tail as part of the "X" on the first one!!!!!!!!!

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  5. Fantastic creations Heather,love the fox! oh and the LO,ts
    PS you look too young to be married that long!

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  6. Oh wow I love both of these. I love the foxes tail... so clever. The little journalling spots that describe him are a great idea too. Love the second one of both of you too... Congrats on 30+ years. Just gorgeous.

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  7. Hello, found my way here via Off The Rails Scrapbooking, I love your pages, they have so many gorgeous details! Now following you via Bloglovin! x

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  8. Oh these are great pages!!Love all the details and the colours are my favourites!!!And that fox tail is so clever!!!Fantastic job as always!!!!!

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  9. Two fabulous LO's! I love love love how you did the "foxy" TFS.

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  10. Two great masculine pages Heather. Especially like that you were able to shock your son. Good work! The MM is so eye catching and I must see what the melts look like some time. Love the heart on a string and the foxy title :D

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  11. These are wonderful layouts! I am a new follower. Love your work!

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  12. Heather these are just so creative, gorgeous and such a heartfelt tribute to your guy!!! I really love the first one it's so clever and funny, I love your journaling and the title is really sweet...when you look around no one really does pages about the most important person in our lives, our guys!!!! I realized that too..so I did one for my wedding anniversary but it was all pink and frilly....great job with these, love them xo

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  13. scrap male fantasy , and another full of love and I really like it background :) 30 years- congratulations and prosperity for the future!

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  14. 2 beauties.....such fun and gorgeous pages! Love the first one for it's masculine and rustic feel and the second...just love the design and styling! ;-)

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  15. Hello,
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