Have you ever had a vision of how you want a layout to look? You know what techniques you want to use to achieve the overall feel? Yeah, well it didn't happen this time... I understood fully the whole concept of a 'challenge' with this one. This month, over at Kraft Plus Challenges, the challenge was a sketch & it was titled, the Tri-Hard challenge. Well, it was hard! Although it was not progressing the way I was hoping it would look, I continued on with it & challenged myself to 'go with the flow'. So, here it is - done but I'm not necessarily happy with the end result. Thanks for stopping by :)
Cardstock: Kraft, Bazzill
Embellishments: Kaisercraft stencil, texture paste, gelatos, Dylusions Ink Spray - London Blue, Making Memories rub-on alphas, paper clip, Project Life overlay
Here is my layout for White With 1's September challenge - the colour being Antique Moss. With hubby's input in some areas (something he doesn't usually take an interest in, so I went with it), the end result was a little different to what I had in mind, but I still love it.
Paper: Kaisercraft Blae & Ivy - Valley
Embellishments: Tania's stencil, gel medium paste, Distress Stain spray - Forest Moss, Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Tea Dye, Couture Creations die, Thickers - Patchwork, paper & fabric flowers, Kaisercraft rhinestones
Here is my latest creation for the September 123 Challenge Blog - Burgundy, Super & Coloured Pencil. The photo is not the best, so it has been sitting in my album, unscrapped for the past couple of years... When I saw the colour choice for this challenge, I thought I would pull it out as it matched Jared's singlet for the Tea Tree Gully district athletics team.