Saturday, November 7, 2009

Hermana y Hermano

Hermana y Hermano basically means sister and brother in Spanish.  I made this simple layout and I have used the Zig pens to highlight the foam Thickers and the papers.

Materials used:
DCWV pp,  black cs,  Thickers foam alphas,  Buttons from Scarlet Lime Kit,  Floss trim from Australia, Chipboard journalling from SSF and loads of 3d pop up dots.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Layout - Pedicure Fun

I couldn't resist playing with the latest Momoyo Ribbons and Buttons the minute they were sent to me.  Their happy colours perfectly complimented my latest stash of SSF papers.  I love how the buttons lends a cheery and happy feel as centers of flowers and also the last 3 that I have used a perfect ending to my title.  Lastly, the ribbon also completes and balances my layout well.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Layout - My Boy Breaks Down when he is tired

This is a layout that describes Sean to a "T". We took these photos of him crying in Hong Kong Disneyland. Naturally after 1 day of fun and not getting his way at the Astro Blasters, he broke down one of the restaurants there. I just found these photos and thought that I better scrap it before I forget about them again. I feel that this layout is still unfinished (re: white circle that I drew). Maybe it would be nicer if I put something more 3D there. Will think about it.
Materials used:
Creative Imaginations pp, Making Memories Fabric Stickers and Tag, Pink Paislee Chipboard, K n Co Chipboard Flourish, SSF stickers, Thickers foam alphas, Blue DMC thread, Blue GRosgrain ribbon, White Sakura Pen, Making Memories Black Sticker Alphas and Momoyo Brads.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Twisted Sketches No 11

Here is a layout I did about 12 days ago using the Twisted Sketches No 11. The twist of the sketch was to use monochromatic hues for the layout. I love green and I have chosen green for this layout.
I have used the Coredinations papers in different shades of green and added texture using the Cuttlebug and sanded them down. Sewed on the side and added more texture with laces, Momoyo brads and buttons.
Materials used:
Coredinations pp, DMC thread, Making Memories brads, Buttons from Momoyo and Autumn Leaves, Kinderglitz Glue, Pompom trim from my Scarlet Lime Kit, Chipboard Alphas from Thickers, Sticker alphas from Pink Paislee, KindyGlitz, Momoyo tiny metallic green brads and 3d pop up foam.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Some cards by Agnes using Momoyo products

Agnes has made us some lovely cards using Momoyo's ribbons. Thanks for sharing Agnes.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Christmas Cards

Here are some cards using our Christmas brads. Hope you like them.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Ribbon Flower

Sketch by Twisted Sketches.

Try thinking out of the box when using our ribbons.  I cut them into strips and sewed them together whilst adding a button as a flower center.  A very easy way to use ribbons differently in your layout.

Materials used:

Anna Griffin pp, K n Co pp, Jenny Bowlin pp, Corrugated Cardboard, Lace Doiley, Ribbons from Momoyo, Prima Say it with Crystals, Autumn Leaves Buttons, Thickers Alphas and lace trim from local haberdashery.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Layout - You are 2 Sweet

Couldn't resist playing with more of the Que Sera Sera pps last night. Mojo must be drying out and hence - another simple layout. My friend Sarah took this beautiful and sweet photo of Clarissa when she was 7 and a half. She looked so happy and sweet and innocent.

Material used:
Que Sera Sera pps, Prima Transparency, Pearl Blings and flowers, Making Memories, Maya Road ribbons, lace from Melissa Francis, Lace trim from local haberdashery, Making Memories Glitter alphas, Danelle Johnson chipboard circles, KAiser Pearl and Blings, Momoyo Fabric Brad, Lace Doiley, sticker saying from DCWV and 3D pop up dots.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Using Zig Pens to Add Interest in Layout

This layout was made for a challenge in the SK forum.  I have decided to use the Zig Pens that we have in store to add interest to the Luxe paper here.  Its a simple layout but the colours are definitely very zesty and happy.  Hope you like this layout.


Materials used:
Luxe pp,  Bazzill cs,  Chipboard from Pink Paisley,  Momoyo Zig Pens,  Momoyo Brads,  Thickers foam alphas and Brilliance Inks.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Our latest sticker

I have decided to  play along with the latest Beary Box Sketch.  Do check it out here.
A simple layout today.  We were at Skytrex at Shah Alam last saturday. I decided to celebrate Sean's birthday early there and we had so much fun on the obstacle race and the flying fox.  Yup - I went on too- to my horror.  But it was fun...
Here's a picture of Sean flying through the air!  Thanks Eric for capturing this very cool photo.
Materials used:
SSF pp,  Kaiser rubons,  Prima felt tree branch,  Maya Road Chipboard arrows,  Scrapworks diecut pp with words "Outdoor Fun", My Mind's Eye boy rubons,  Pink Paisley leaf sticker and alphas and Momoyo brown,  Brilliance ink and gold flower stickers.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Halloween Layout

What? A Halloween layout in the middle of April?  Well I was looking at the orangey brads and was wondering what to do with them when I realised that they would be great for Halloween-themed layouts.  So here it is - a Halloween layout using the Momoyo brads and purple buttons.

Materials used:
MM Halloween pp, felt stickers and Chipboard stickers, Coredinations cs, Cuttlebug with Spider web embossing folder, Prima flower, Momoyo brads and buttons and Autumn Leaves buttons too. :)

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Cheery layout with buttons and brads

Sketch credit - BHG Page Planner 2009.  

Hope you like this zany and cheery layout which we tried to depict using the buttons and brads here.

Materials used:
My New SSF pps (courtesy of Aida - thanks!!!), Prima pp, Bazzill cs, SSF diecut stickers, Momoyo brads and buttons, Making Memories sticker alphas, Basic Grey sticker alphas and lots and lots of pop up dots.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Another layout using Momoyo Buttons

This is layout that we have made from a sketch that I found at the Creative Scrappers blog.  We have featured our Momoyo buttons as corners in this layout.  You can also subtitute the buttons with or brads if you have any.  Hope you will enjoy this layout.

Materials used:
Scenic Route pp, Hambly transparency, Technique Tuesday chipboard circle, Strano ribbon, coredination cs, Ranger crackle paint, Me and my big Ideas Chipboard sayings, Momoyo buttons, pop up dots, Thickers foam alphas and Dymo journalings.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Layout using Momoyo buttons

This is a simple layout demonstrating how you can utilise our buttons for your layouts.  The sketch below is from the Basic Grey Challenge. (Click on the words to get to the site)  I find sketches very inspiring especially when you have no idea what to do.  All you have to do is search for a sketch and then apply it to your layout.  Do remember to credit the site if you are using the sketch - its only scrapbooking etiquette.

Hope you like this simple layout using our buttons are embellishments.

 Materials used:
BG pp - from the Colour Me Silly collection, Red Coredinations cs, Bazzill black scalloped cs, Thickers chipboard alphas, German scraps cut and used as corners (from Scraptivate Australia), Making Memories Red Ribbon, Momoyo buttons, black ink from my MM distressing kit and pop up dots

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Cards galore

Agnes has done it again. She has managed to make more beautiful cards for us using our products. Hope you are as inspired as us with these cards.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Adding a splash of colour with our brads

We always receive the following questions:

1)  " How do we use your brads?" 
2) "The brads are so expensive - it's hard to use so many in a layout."

Well,  the best way to demonstrate how to use how brads would be colour coordination as per according to your layout.  For e.g. in this layout,  we selected the brad that picks out most of the colours in the layout.

How many brads?  - would even be easier to answer.  It depends on your layout.  Here we have used only 1 brad as the center of the flower.  If you use it the way you have - you can always stretch the usage of your brads and thus proving it more cost effective.  Hope this tip helps you.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Momoyo Owl Banner

Aren't the owls to die for?  I made this simple banner by just using our brads,  ribbons and some scrap paper which I had lying around.  Don't you think that they look so cute?  This is definitely another reason to buy our brads and ribbons.

Friday, February 20, 2009

More cards featuring our stickers, brads and ribbons...

Card using our Momoyo Beach themed sticker
Card featuring our brads and ribbons

With our ribbon and button
Our flower brads
One of our latest ribbon collection.

Agnes has very kindly share some cards that she made with Momoyo's products with us.  We love how she used the products and thanks for sharing Agnes.