Welcome everyone to the very first Scrap FX blog hop
The Scrap FX DT girls come from all over the world and we are all so very excited to be a part of this blog hop and hope you will be inspired by the projects we have created with the wonderful Scrap FX chipboard.
You also have a chance to win this AMAZING prize pack of Scrap FX products worth over $100- RRP to create your own wonderful projects with simply by following our blog hop. Here's what you need to do:
Simply visit these 11 fabulous blogs before midnight May 6th (Eastern Standard Time) and LEAVE A COMMENT on EACH BLOG to let us know you've been! It's really that easy!!
Blog Hop Order
Michelle Logan http://
Michelle H. http://
Sharryn www.sharrynt.blogspot.com YOU ARE HERE!!
SCRAP FX http://www.scrapfx.com.au/blog
BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE!! I will be giving away my own Scrap FX prize pack to someone who leaves a comment on MY blog over the next couple of days. So be sure to leave some love and let me know you've visited to be in the running to win my prize!
Without further ado, let me share the rest of the Steampunk Goddess I created to share on our blog hop.
Made with the amazing Scrap FX shadow box that is so easy to put together and work with and the fabulous Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante paper collection.
I just adore the Steampunk style at the moment and love how this turned out.
Lots of fussy cutting, inking and embossing but isn't she just gorgeous?
I also scrapped a layout with some chipboard from the April release.
Using a photo of my son on a huge tractor we stumbled across on holiday I decided to use the large cog as a frame.
I wanted to emboss it and it wouldn't fit through my Cuttlebug so I simply cut it in half, embossed it then put it back together again. Easy peasy!!
I wanted to make the large cog look like the huge tractor wheel so stamped it with Versamark and added black embossing powder for the look of tread marks. Cool huh?
Of course I had to add this cute little tractor to the page:
Some cool Lanky alphabets for the title which I also ran through the Cuttlebug and dry inked:
And then added a Scrap FX tag for my journalling.
I hope you like what I've created for the blog hop as much as I had fun making them.
Now you need to go and visit Yuka and see the awesome projects she has in store for you.