Thursday, 27 February 2014

A weekend with " Washi tape , double page Masters Challange Spread"

Wowsers.... what a mouthful that title was lol..


Well today I thought I would share by double layout that I created for my Scrapbooking Memories Masters Magazine application... As the long winded title suggests the criteria for this layout, was to create a double page spread, although the layout had to be about some type of adventure. Wether that was in a physical form or spiritual - it was totally up to interpretation.. 

At first I was going to create a layout about my journey over the last 7 years, from being single to now a mother of two children and a wife. As I was looking for photos to represent this journey I actually came across these photos from a very random road trip our little family took. We had an awesome day and for once I was in front of the camera with the children and hubby taking the photos. So instantly I changed my mind and decided to use these photos...

Sorry the end of the layout is cut off :-/ must work on photographing that better 

I decided to also try and use up some of the growing mountain of washi tape I have around the traps , and I absoloutly love all this chevron, so I decided to make a colourful washi taped chevron pattern for the back ground..

I found the perfect thickers to use , but they were so old they lost all their stickiness form the back, so I simply ran the sewing machine over them . 

I love that I was able to pull out some older items like the butterfly transparency, and the gorgeous Jillibean "happy and family " sticker...

Thanks so much for taking a peek and I love to read your comments and encouragement..

Till next time 
Much love 
Bernii xx


  1. The washi tape is SO fun here, great way to use up a stash too!

  2. Fun page! I need to do something like this too; the washi is piling up!

  3. Great page! LOVE how you used the washi tape to create this fabulous chevron design....wonderful way to use them up! LOL!

  4. Clever use of washi! And I love our layers too. Nice job!

  5. Such a fun way of using washi! And oh man, I spot several of those in my own stash, hehe ;)

  6. Love the washi tapes. Your new feature, nrelate, looks fantastic by the way!


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