Name: Rózsa [in English: Rose]
Alias: gybogi, my hubby started to call
my gybogi (d-bug). This is
the shortened form of
Country: Hungary, Europe.
I love simple and easily combined elements, alphas and papers. I love that Mirjam has an eye for the little things [accessories] like a cute button, a doodle, a stamp or a word art. I like unique but good combined products. So therefore: Mark My Words | Alpha, Dog-Eared | Alpha, Heimili | Alpha, Forget Me Not | Papers, Passion For Paper | Quirky Stitched White, Reverie Papers and almost every BYOC element pack.
How long have you been scrapping?
I have been scrapping since 2009. I started with paper scrapping, but nowadays I only digi scrap. It is much easier to keep my desk clean and there is no packing time.
What is your go to product? Something that seems to find it’s way on many of your pages?
I usually use solid backgrounds and I love paint to pop my pages. I also like drawn elements, doodles and big titles with more than one type of alpha. I die for cute little buttons, scatters and tiny elements. But there is one type of element I almost never use on a page: flowers. Somehow I am not the type that likes flowers much. I like my pages more "cool" than "girly".
What would your dream kit be, if you could have any kit created for you?
I do not like theme kits. But I prefer colors and moods. So therefore now I would love a cool-neon- summer kit with 1-2 textured, painted, doodled or stitched white/black papers and a lots of neon elements (pink, yellow, green and light blue). Just for lighting up my summer days and chilling photos.
Best scrapbooking trick you learned?
I like to customize kits for myself. If there is something I miss or would like to have in a kit I do not hesitate to interfere. So recoloring and making extra elements or paints by cutting out titles or stamps from PL cards or other elements are often by me.
Random facts that we might not know about you?
1. Since my children were born, family is the most important thing in my life, everything else is subordinate to my kids. In fact it is funny because for 10 years I didn’t want kids, or a husband. So people change…
2. I love gardening and homemade stuff. I am proud of my veggies, fruits, meat, eggs, our self-made food and spirit. That is only a hobby for me and my husband but sometimes we feel like we were casts on "Little House on the Prairie".
3. We have a lot of animals at home (like a huge dogo argentino, 2 love birds, chickens, ducks, geese, rabbits) except a cat because my husband is allergic to cats. That’s a pity because I always had and loved cats.
4. I am an economist working full time at the local government as an EU application referent. But I also made a second diploma just for fun in communication. My diploma work was analyzing how the German band Rammstein visualized the social problems of our time in their video clips and lyrics. (One of my fav band by the way.)
5. I am a big RPG fan. (Role Playing Games: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Role-playing_game) Nowadays I don’t have time to play with my cubes but still can’t go on a vacation without reading a few of RPG romans. My favorites are from the series Vampire the Masquerade published by White Wolf.
Here are a few favorite pages by Rózsa:
And this page that Rozsa made for Pink Reptiles June Blog Challenge, was picked as Pride of the Pad for June, week 3
Gorgeous pages Rózsa! I love the way you use alphas and patterned papers on your pages! It was so fun getting to know a little bit more about you. I've seen your lovely garden pages in the gallery, but had no idea you have a small homestead ... with all those animals and fresh eggs! That is really neat!
It is funny that you included a wiki link to help us understand what RPG means [I actually knew what it meant because we were invited to a RPG party after we came all dressed up as Arwen and Legolas to a Birthday party of some friends of ours! What a beautiful, and you are right, HUGE, dog you have!
Thank you Rózsa, I had so much fun learning more about you! I hope you enjoy your coupon and happy scrapping!