Guestdesigner for Scraptivate – Australia

The package I got from Scraptivate was pure deligth -I had such a blast doing my projects for them!

Das Paket von Scraptivate war einfach Sahne- ich hatte einen solchen Spaß meine Projekte zu gestalten!

*Carpe Diem*

This is a wooden shadowbox for the wall. I used the German Scraps, Rub’nBuff, the metal clock and the Glass Beads from Scraptivate. Other than that some of Donna Salazzars Papers and Candy Rosenbergs Steampunk Stamps. Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam, Glimmer Mist and Glimmer Glaze.


I painted the German Scraps – black – with golden acrylic paint, wiped it off when it was only partly dry and then also used some of the RubNBuff- to have actually three different colors in it. I also used the RubNBuff on the Foam Letters- Cushies bei Pink Paislee.


*Childhood Shrine*

This is a wooden shrine that was included in the kit and that I had to put together- I loved it so much!  I also used German Scraps, Rub’nBuff, a metal clock and Golden Glass Beads. Other than that some of Donna Salazzars Papers, Crafty Secrets Fairy Sheet and Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam and Chalkboard, also Crackle Accents.



This shrine is symbolic for how in our childhood we just do believe in ourselfs and be ourselfs but when we are growing up we loose all the confidence and this shatters. So this is what I called the Childhood Shrine- as a reminder.



the journaling reads:
…and she was reminded once again on her path to NOT pick up the deadly toadstools.

Using German Scraps, Golden Glass Beads,  Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze and Chalkboard.


Paper is by Studio2Mer.


Hope you liked it 🙂

Hoffe es hat Euch gefallen 🙂


  1. your style is simply outstanding!! 😀

  2. cheers to you friend. this is great! love the TOADSTOOLS. xoxo.

  3. Hi Nat
    Den Spass den du dabei hattest diese Projekte zu machen sieht man dem Ergebnis an. Super!

  4. Love all of these…oh my…the childhood shrine…everything…I mean everything!

  5. LOVE the refreshing red on the toadstool LO. And you as little red riding hood – sweet!!

  6. Eaaaaaaaaaaaak those projects are to die for!

  7. Ohh I love the little red. Such a meaningful layout

  8. Tsila Sofer Elguez says:

    especially the symbolism

  9. Vicki Chrisman says:

    Rock’n projects Nat!!!

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