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I stumble upon a scrapbooking sketch weekly challenge website, Pencil Lines. And one of their challenge project is a sketch from Stacy Cohen. I fell in love with the sketch, so I must play along even though I knew it’s waaaay way way too late for the challenge itself. I think hard on what pic to scrap, since I’m too lazy to go to the photo lab and print new pics. And also, the three boxes for photos made it clear for me, it’s either consecutive pictures, or one pic that I can perfectly cut into three.

Again I took one picture from my old album to scrap. This time it’s a picture we took in Shinjuku, Tokyo, in front of Robert Indiana’s artwork, the LOVE sculpture. It was a cold early spring in 2005, Anggit and Zulka just arrived in Tokyo and we held our first meet up. I love the picture, and the moment too. Here’s the result :

Supplies :
Stamps : Bug bitsy stamps, Wild Flowers stamps from Basic Grey, Tim Holtz Mini Ornates, Kodomo no Kao Distressed Heart
Inks : Distress Inks (Fired Brick, Vintage Photo, Scattered Straw, Milled Lavender), My Mind’s Eye Laundry Line ink pad.
Papers : 8×8 Cherry Hill Paper Pad from October Afternoon, 8×8 Honey Pie Paper Pad from Cosmo Cricket
Buttons : Hall Pass Collection from Autumn Leaves, Lemonade from Basic Grey, vintage flea market buttons
Others : Embroidery ribbon, Japanese Washi Masking Tapes, dymo, 100 yen shop paper & cotton lace


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Ndari is the name of my roommate when I live in Tokyo. She’s two years older than me, plus she’s been by herself since high school, living in the island of Java separated from her family whom originated from Padang city, Sumatra. She’s very discipline, mature and kind. I learned a lot from her. And I missed her!

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Row Your Boat

I’ve been wanting to make a scrapbook page with brown and green as the theme. And in my days working to tidy up the other room to welcome my new roommate, I found this Zara brochure which has this beautiful green brown stripes on it. I immediately think of incorporating it in my page.

And it fits just perfect. I really work on this page spontaneously, and I’m enjoying every idea that pops up in my mind. I used a quite old photo that my friend took in 2005. Yeah, ancient, but I love it and I don’t have any printed pictures for now, so why not? This is the result. My friend here is Zulka, my friend from college whom I missed so much.
Supplies : Hero Arts Stamp : Bold Flourish & Raindrop Background, Distress Ink : Vintage Photo & Shabby Shutter, japanese masking tapes, Fiskars Upper Crest Edge Punch, Prima Bitty Bag flowers, Basic Grey brads, Holly Doodle Green Lace Alphabet Stickers from Pink Paislee.

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This is my first ever “real” scrapbook page I made a couple of months ago. I made it on a 8 x 8 inch paper just because I think 12 x 12 is too big. I bought an 8×8 album and will scrap in that size from now on. I know, ancient pic plus blurry and stuff, but apparently this was the only picture I could find. Turns out, I quite like it. I’m new to scrapbooking, so I tried to keep it simple and not overdo it.
purple page
Supplies : Stacy Claire Boyd Dinamic Duo Pattern Paper from EK Success, Mulberry Paper Flowers from Prima, Felt Fusion Border from Queen & Co.

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