February 05, 2012

Pothos by Sandy Ang

Hi everyone it's Sandy ! I'm thrilled to be on the Scrappin Studio team. Jaime sent me the main kit Daydream Believer as well as add-on #4 Stepping Stone. So look out for projects from me every Sunday in February using these goodies.




We are smack in the middle of monsoon season in Singapore. All that rain encouraged my garden plants to grow like crazy. So last weekend I tackled a list of horticultural chores - including trimming back the pothos (or money plant).



This 8.5"x11" layout captures the moment when the chores were done and I could put my gloves and tools down. Seeing how well the garden looked made all that labour (and aching back) worth while.



My product choices were driven by the colours in my photo : green, cream, orange and black. I printed "GARDENIIIING" in Gills San MT Condensed font on the Sassafras Exclusive Woodgrain paper on the left. The "Pothos" title was created with American Crafts Natural Thickers. I use a micro brush to apply layers of inks to the raw chipboard alphas and finish them off with a coat of Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist.



Have fun working with your February kits. And don't forget to play along with our challenge to win an Into the Woods Main Kit. More details can be found here.

Daydream Believer supplies : Bazzil Kraft cardstock, American Craft Ash cardstock Sassafras Exclusive paper #SC100009, Dear Lizzy Neapolitan Delightful Bouquet paper, American Crafts Natural Thickers, Studio Calico Mini Frame Stamp, Dear Lizzy Epoxy Sticker (packaging)

Stepping Stone supplies : Authentique Bloom paper, Authentique Gathering Diction sticker, Crate Paper Paper Heart Delivery paper, Marcy Penner Snap Shot Badges, October Afternoon Farmyard buttons, vintage Stockyard Number Cards, Studio Calico Alphabet Stamp Set (packaging)

Other supplies : paper clip, white cardstock, inks, mist, thread

5 comments:

Bellaidea said...

well done!

Micupoftea~ said...

Like the layering and earth tones you used :)

Wishful Thinking said...

Love your LO and your layering :-)

Jona Panesa said...

its lovely, Sandy! it my first time to see your lay-out.

Jaime Lee said...

Loving your 8x11.5 layout. Love how you layer your stuff.