Here are two more of the layouts I made for National Scrapbook Day challenges. The first was Scrapbook.com's "Party on a Page" challenge. We had to use a party supply (like a goodie bag, straw, or cupcake wrapper) on a layout. I used some of the streamers that were left over from the Cub Scout pinata I made. I created the ruffle under the photo, then I experimented with using crepe paper in a punch. Once I had 5 semi-acceptable hearts, I layered them with the best looking one on top and added them to the upper left corner of the page.
This next layout was for the Fiskateers Color Challenge. We had to use at least three colors from Pantone's Spring 2013 Color Report. I chose Grayed Jade, Tender Shoots, and Dusk Blue to make this layout.
I have one last layout to share from my extremely productive National Scrapbook Day. I'll share it tomorrow!
These are beautiful!! LOVING the colors on the first one!!!ReplyDelete
Wow you were productive!ReplyDelete
Love the brightness of the first one and your use of crepe paper!
I've used tissue paper before and I loved the look of it; something different!
These are awesome!! More great layouts -- love how productive you were too!! :)ReplyDelete
Awesome layouts. I really love the first one. The yellow is very eye-catching...love the added texture with the ruffle..love the entire composition.ReplyDelete
I love them both, Cindy! I really like how you captured the colors in your second one, and that yellow looks amazing in your first layout! Thanks for sharing your productive day with us!ReplyDelete
The ruffle is a LOT of fun and I love the color scheme in the second one. I love it so much that I bought shoes in the jade color the other day. LOL Really fun pages!ReplyDelete