Mir Dir – Dani Peuss

Hello and happy Friday! Today I am stopping by to share another layout with you. This one is created with the Dani Peuss September 2022 Main Kit and September Klartext stamp (plus a few other stamps from Klartext).

The title of this layout translates to: “with you”. I wanted to scrap a few recent everyday photos, because life also happens in the ordinary, not just on vacation. And I found these photos very scrap worthy :).

I used following Klartext stamps on this layout: 2209 – Die Welt entdecken, 5026 – collage|fotografie, 5034 – Mia. When stamping, I used different stamp ink tones to stamp onto the background (Hero Arts Wet Cement & Soft Granite, Versafine Nocturne and Distress Oxide Fossilized Amber).

On the backgound I have used a Dani Peuss paper with Simple Stories Let´ s Go! Collection papers on top. The embellishments are from the same Simple Stories series, but the stickers I added to the very bottom are from my Sticker Surprise Pack from Dani Peuss (see video about that here) and Teresa Collins Favorites Sticker Set.

In addition I also added some yellow splatters (Dina Wakley Gloss Spray – lemon) to the page. Something I love to do :). And I like yellow, so there´ s that :).

The layout itself is about my life with hubs. The second photo is posed, by the way. He really did not suffer that much when going shopping with me. He actually did that voluntarily :). He just needs a little preparing time to adjust to the thought and when he gets that, everything works out fine :). And to the first photo; he actually said that moment: “Show me how to bake a cake, so I can make one for you some day”. Thus, very scrap worthy photos and events :).

I hope you enjoyed today´ s layout share and if you got inspired, hop over to the Dani Peuss store for lovely kits and stamps.

See you soon, have a great weekend!
xx, Sanna


Daily Art Practice – April 20

Hello and happy Wednesday! Today I am sharing yet another page from my Daily Art Practice Journal 2022 which I create using the Artistic Almanac 2022 as my starting point.

For this page I just continued the pattern of the almanac page and added some Klartext stamp stamping on top. I just love this almanac page and tried to continue the same feeling “on my side of the page”.

I used iridescent watercolour paints with acrylic paints, gesso and Neocolor II crayons here. Also, here on the very top you can see the stamping of the day 19 peeking. I missed that part in my previous posts´ photos ;-).

So I have been telling you bits about my surgery, but there are parts that did not go to plan and I haven´ t talked about yet. Becuase I have been a) recovering from the fact that it´ s not all as it is supposed to be and b) processing the news for myself the past week.

After surgery situation is that my left vocal cord got injured. If the injury is permanent, one cannot tell yet. It will either stay as is or recover in time (this might take 4-6 weeks). So you can imagine how I´ ve been worried and scared the past days. I know there are more horrible things to happen to someone, but I use my voice every day and when it´ s not working, it is scary. I truly hope it will get better during the next weeks.

I know we all carry something with us that the others know nothing of, so therefore, I send you all my very best wishes, strength with whatever you are struggling with and a virtual hug! Take care!

Have a great day!!
xxx, Sanna


Nachbarschaft erkunden – Dani Peuss

Hello and happy Sunday! Today I am sharing yet another layout that I created using the Dani Peuss September 2022 main kit. Again sticking with the A4 format for this page too:

I wanted to use the yellow lovely background paper (Dani Peuss collection) with something garden related, so I scrapped some photos from past May when we visited a plant and gardens show.

From this sideways taken photo you can see that I used a thin layer of white gesso on the background to create a “frame” for the photos. I haven´ t done that in a while, but it sure give a page more struckture immediately.

All the embellishments on this page are again from the Simple Stories Let´ s Go! collection that also came with the kit. I fussy cut the tag into two pieces to elongate it and bring more composition to the page. The stamping is all done using various Klartext stamps (“Auf großer Reise”, “Österreich” and “Staycation”).

In addition to the background paper I used a second Dani Peuss paper on this page. See the fussy cut leaves on the upper and lower corners? I cut them from one of the papers and used them as decor here – just matches the garden and plant theme so well :).

For the journaling I used both stamps and a hand written story. And I again sneaked some black Stabilo all pen splatters here and there. I used the do splatters on every layout I did and they seem to be making a comeback again :).

I hope I could inspire you with this layout a little bit!! See you again next week with another layout (or maybe even a mini for a change again!!).

Until then, take care,
xxx, Sanna


Gute Reise – Dani Peuss

Hello everyone and happy Saturday! Today I am sharing another layout with you that I created using the Dani Peuss September 2022 Main Scrapbooking kit. Here is what I created with it:

For this page I used the A4 sized Dani Peuss papers that were in the September kit as my background. The journaling card “all roads lead somewhere” is from the Simple Stories collection called “Let´ s Go!” which also came with the September kit.

All the stamping on this layout is done with the stamp set that is exclusive to the September kit (called “die Welt entdecken”). I used the stamp set in a bit different way. Instead of using it for a travel theme, I used it for a “life journey” type of page and scrapped about my boy starting his next chapter in life.

All the embellishments (also in the kit and by Simple Stories) perfectly worked for this theme too. The only thing outside of the kit that I added to this page, is the black pen outlining, the Stabilo all splatters here and there and the date stamped onto the page. Everything else is done with the September kit. I love this background paper so much. Gorgeous colours and pattern for this type of page.

I hope I could inspire you a little bit with this layout share today! Do take a look at the Dani Peuss September kit. It is not just only good for travel themed projects, like you see here :).

Wishing you all a lovely start into September and whatever new is coming your way this fall!
xxx, Sanna


Fixer Upper Leporello-Album – Dani Peuss

Hallo ihr Lieben und einen wunderschönen Donnerstag! Morgen ist schon der 1. Juli – unglaublich, wie schnell die Wochen vergehen!! Ich will einfach den Sommer so lange, wie möglich, auskosten. Heute zeige ich Euch ein kleines Projekt, das kurz vor der Affenhitze fertig geworden ist :). *for English translation, just hit the Google Translate button on the sidebar*.

Das hier, meine Lieben, ist ein weiteres Leporello, den ich mit dem Juli-Kit von Dani Peuss gestaltet habe. Das Format ist kleiner (14,5 x 10,5 cm) als der Leporello von Dienstag.

Im Minibook habe ich unser letztes Renovierungsprojekt festgehalten. Wir haben unseren “Gästezimmer” umgestaltet und zwar von 1960er dunkler Holztäfelung auf “Scandiweiss” :). Also habe ich ein Mini-Finnland jetzt zuhause!

Das Album und die Embellishments sind alle aus dem Juli-Kit. Einige Buchstabensticker sind aus meinem eigenen Fundus und ich habe mehrere Klartext-Stempel für das Mini verwendet; nicht nur die aus dem Kit. Alle Produkte sind, wie immer, am Ende dieses Postings aufgelistet.

Da ich mehr Fotos, als es Seiten im Leporello gab, hatte, habe ich einfach ein A4 Papier vom Kit in die richtige Größe zugeschnitten und dann mit einem Hefter dazugefügt. So hatte ich genügend Seiten für die ganze Geschichte.

Auf dem Video könnt ihr das dann besser sehen, als hier auf den Fotos.

Ich sags euch, je mehr wir zuhause herrichten, umgestalten und machen, desto mehr neue Projekte fallen uns dauernd ein. So ist es hier auch gewesen. Um das Gästezimmer herrichten zu können, musste einiges an “Krempel” in ein anderes Zimmer hineingeschlichtet werden. DAS Zimmer gehört also als nächstes entrümpelt und dann auch hergerichtet.

Aber das muss jetzt ein wenig warten, denn bei dieser Hitze kann man nun wirklich nicht so ein Projekt durchziehen. Also seid gespannt, was als nächstes kommen wird! Der Hornbach (und wahrscheinlich auch IKEA werden sich wieder freuen, wenn wir kommen ;-)…). Nun das Video, damit ihr ein besseres Bild vom Minibook bekommt:

Hier sieht ihr noch beide Seiten des Leporellos:

Ich wollte das Projekt so schnell wie möglich verscrappen, damit ich ja nichts vergesse. Und außerdem war ich auch so glücklich über das Endergebnis, dass es einfach fesgehalten werden musste.

Und wieder ist ein kleines Minialbum mit einem Dani Peuss Kit entstanden! Irgendwas hat es wirklich mit diesen Kits – ich mutiere zu einem Minibook-Liebhaber :).

Habt eine schöne restliche Woche und ein entstpannendes Wochenende!!
xxx, Sanna

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