Welcome to another reveal for Child’s Play Challenge. We were challenged this time to use Alice in Wonderland. I’ll tell you think took me a good long time to come up with something. My final thoughts were…Alice goes to a tea party. Parties are celebrations. Weddings are celebrations…I’ll do something from our wedding!
At the time when I did this layouts my mojo was slim to none so I started with a layout template and added my own touches. I added bling to the swirls and the 3-d sticker of the couple dancing to match my photo. The thickers I used were originally white, but I misted them with hot pink and blotted to achieve the soft pink of the rest of the page.
I hope my out of the box inspiration challenges you to give a second look to inspiration that maybe didn’t jump out at you on first glance. Can’t wait to see what you create based on Alice. Until next time…Keep scrapping!
Crafts Galore – Spooky or Sweet – our wedding song was How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You
Dropping in with a really quick post showing what I completed with the inspiration photos from ScrapStuffz Inspired By. This month we had two awesome inspiration photos to work with.
The office supplies reminded me of back to school. This inspired me to scrap our son’s pre-school picture. I used Authentique’s Accomplished collection as I felt the black, white and craft would balance the loud, busy background of the photo.
The ferris wheel photo inspired me to scrap pictures from when we went to the Clearfield County Fair with my Brother, SIL and Nephew. I used a star cut file from the Silhouette store and an Echo Park boy collection, but the name escapes me at the moment. I stitched on my layout for the first time and while I like the effect I had trouble keeping the sew easy tool straight.
Welcome to my first post for Paper Crafter Anonymous…the awesome team run by Close To My Heart rep Heather.
For my first project I chose to make a boy card since I use a lot of those. I also made this card entirely from scraps so I could show what beautiful results you can get with your leftovers.
I didn’t put a specific sentiment on the outside of the card on purpose. I wanted to be able to store it in my stash and use it for maybe birthday, high school graduation or even a boy get well card.
I hope you enjoyed my first creation for this blog, and will come each week to check out what I’ve created. Until next time…keep scrapping!