26 fun ideas for scrapbooking food photos

Confession: I may have more food photos than people photos on my phone. *LOL* Tell me I'm not the only one...please?? *winks* Anyway, here are 26 fun ideas to scrapbook those food photos. :)

The one about the muffins

The one about the lemon curd tarts

The story about the cheese tarts

The one about the four-layer cake

The queue for chocolate chip cookies

The Tupperware party

The layout with lots of stuff

The laksa and matchstick story
The laksa and matchstick story

Guess whose birthday it was?

Bits and pieces on my layout

Someone had an ice-cream birthday cake

Every picture tells a story...or does it? *winks*

At last

Why we need an umbrella indoor:The McCafe Story

When art imitates life

A salad and cake

Afternoon tea

Food confession

Rice only

How to eat a turtle...*winks*

The one about the pretend sad faces
Marini's on 57

Looks can be deceiving

I've been checking you out...*winks*

The squid squad

There you have it. 26 fun ideas for scrapbooking food photos.  

Do you enjoy scrapbooking food photos?


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Why I enjoy sketching and colouring in cafes...:)


When I first started sketching, I was really self-conscious about doing it in public cafes because I really didn't know what I was doing and I didn't want other people to know. *winks* 

Now, I still don't know what I'm doing half the time but with caffeine and dessert, I can zone out and enjoy the process. Some busy bodies might sneak a peek at what I am doing;  most people are too busy playing with their electronics and the ones that do say something generally say something nice. 

I would look for a nice cosy corner by the window (natural light!) and just enjoy my ar therapy for a while. Actually, most of my sketches are done on the go. Too many distractions at home. You know, art supplies beckoning me to "use" them....*LOL*

What about you? Do you enjoy arting in cafes?


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Someone had 2 mains for dinner (Not me)!


So the other day we went to the NUSS cafe for dinner and my sister decided to order the stuffed squid. 

When it came, my sister was a little disappointed (Note: facial expression had to be re-enacted for me! Hehe...) because the portion was really pathetic.

So she ordered another main - a club sandwich. Notice the much happier expression on her face? It's because of those curly fries! Why do curly fries taste better than normal fries??? *winks*

Still working hard on demolishing the scrap pile but it's always fun to incorporate little fun bits on my layout - a little cup here, a monster know. *LOL*

Playing along with Stuck?! Sketches.

P/s: Happy weekend friends!


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One box: three ways

Remember how excited I was about the sturdy boxes that the Google WiFi Routers came in? Well, I had to wait a whole week before I could work on them (in case they didn't work and we had to return them in those boxes.*winks*).

Anyway, I wanted to challenge myself to create three different decorated they are in one post. :)

The upcycled router box...tutorial

The hard to photograph decorated box

Your weekend project: decorated box and gift bag (tutorial)

There you have box: three ways. Which one do you like?


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Mixed media box inspired by Pantone 2018 Colour of the Year - Ultra Violet (a tutorial)

The lovely Tina Walker invited us to participate in fun challenge inspired by Pantone 2018 Colour of the year - Ultra Violet. I really wanted to use this Give me some nude lip box that I got from Sephora during the Christmas sale for my project so I decided that I would just paint a mouth wearing ultra violet lipstick. :)

I covered the box with scrunched up wrapping tissue (from packaging) which I adhered with gel medium. Then I prep the box for colorants with gesso.

Next, I covered it with red mist and then a layer of purple mist to create depth in the layers of colours.

Then I went in with inks and acrylic paints. This took a bit of time...and a lot of wet tissues to create the desired effect of a dimensional mouth.

The brush pens and markers helped to make the process a little easier but I did have to go in with heavy body acrylic paints for the darkest shadows and highlights.

It was quite a fun challenge to partake in and it was possibly the first time my project ever turned out the way I envisioned it to...*winks* 

Happy week ahead friends! :)


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