Some days, it's a toss up.
This day is not one of those days. Today is a good day.
Wanna know why?
Because I am featured on Scrapidées!
Seen that blog before? If not, you'd better pop on over there now and put it into your faves!
It's amazing! The team rocks and there are so many fun sketches there, too.
I actually got to make my own sketch for the site, which is always fun! I'm thrilled to see the amazing interpretations by the DT and I'd be equally thrileld to see yours, if you use it.
Let me know, ok?! :D
Here's the LO I made for them:
For those of you who, like me, are way more fluent in English than French (I had that text translated. I wouldn't have gotten past "Bonjour, mon nom est Zarah" on my own! *grins*), here's my introduction in English:
my name is Zarah, but online I usually go by my (very hard to pronounce) nickname zarischka.
I am a Swedish scrapper who's happily married to the best man on the planet (possibly even in the entire universe) and who's adopted by two cats that crave attention, cuddles and food at any given moment. Especially when it's the least convenient.
I make mostly LOs and cards, depending on my mood, and when I am bored, have dull classes or inspiration strikes me while I'm not at home, I draw sketches. I tried making them in Photoshop but mr Mojo fled immediately so I figure I'll stick with pen & paper!
When I scrap from a sketch I actually very rarely print it out. I prefer drawing it onto my pad. First I draw it just like the original. Then, beside it, I re-draw it in my own way and add elements, take something out and/or twist a little, to make it feel "me" . Finally, I write down who made it, bring it to my very, very messy scraptable and just play until I feel happy with what I made.
That's how my inspiration usually flows the best.
Hopefully, this sketch of mine will inspire you, as well!
Thank you for having me!
For this LO I used a mix up of Fancy Pants and MME-papers, plus an abundance of gorgeous Petaloo flowers to illustrate my absolute and utter incapability to wrap my head around mathematics. Yep, that's what the LO is about, actually.
See, there's NOTHING you can't scrap!
Thanks for visiting!