Post by Netherlands - Nanette (admin) on Feb 12, 2014 8:59:14 GMT 1
Here is the list of participants in this group. If your layout is conform the rules of the challenge, we will manually put the photo(s) in this thread. It might take a few days so don't panic. If something is not right or it we need more info we will try to contact you (if there is enough time) Please post your entry below in the thread before February 19, Wednesday, 21.00 hours CET
Post by Poland - Anna Wisniewska on Feb 13, 2014 11:03:13 GMT 1
My project is totally brown. Thanks to wonderful papers that have a wide bronze palette. All chipboards and gesso elements are painted with brown mists and paints. There's no black colour in my project :-)
Post by Canada - Dawn Hueser on Feb 14, 2014 19:43:36 GMT 1
This a layout done is shades of brown to honour a wee little puppy that impacted our life for only a week and for me to share with family a side of my son seldom seen. You can see all the details up close on my blog Daring to Dream and Design. Thank you for looking
I used Tim Holtz paper. It is all in green tones from palest to darkest. Hope these extra photos help!
You can find more info and close up of left and right side on my blog. I used Green as my color. I cut out all the squares and inked them with forest green ink from Ranger. I also inked the photos with same ink. Thanks for looking!
Last Edit: Feb 19, 2014 1:19:01 GMT 1 by USA - Vee: Added additional photos showing that it is all in shades of green.
Post by Austria - Zsuzsanna on Feb 16, 2014 12:39:14 GMT 1
Here is my LO for this Challenge I have made the background with white cardstock, Distress Inks (Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain and Brushed Corduroy), Distress Refill Inks,Tattered Angels Spray Ink and Acrylic Paints and Masks.
Post by UK - Trudiana on Feb 16, 2014 15:39:58 GMT 1
Here is my all white double layout. It was a lot of work, but I really enjoyed the process! Started with white cardstock and Martha Stewart punch around the page. Made flowers out of different papers, felt and vellum, used buttons, pearly swirls, punched out lots of butterflies. The title I punched out of my photograph so the white cardstock shines through and that makes up the title!
Post by South Africa Margaret on Feb 16, 2014 16:47:15 GMT 1
Here is my take on the challenge- I have decided to go with different types of blues... I loved this challenge I used texture paste, gessos, Lindy's mists, hot melt gems, distress inks, paints, perfect pearls, glass pebbles and just about everything I could find.
Post by philippinesvirginia on Feb 17, 2014 4:01:15 GMT 1
This is my entry to the 2nd Challenge. I used 2 AC cardstocks as my layout base. I made 3 hearts from air dry clay, Tim Holtz gears die cuts, pear flat buttons. I put in some punched bricks and distressed the edges. Fiskars stamp for the title Precious Baby. The laces are recycled from an old dress. The stars are actually ribbons which I handcut. I also used thin dies for the butterflies, pram and hot air balloon.
I chose blue as my monochromatic scheme to fit with my subject. This is Abang, one of my favorite wards when he was a baby. I had so much fun with this layout and enjoyed it doing it more than the first which was nerve-wracking to be honest.
Post by Greece - Anastasia Teologlou on Feb 17, 2014 8:35:39 GMT 1
And here is my take on the challenge. I went all white
I cut a big heart and title with Cameo and attached it on both papers with my sewing machine. I coloured a number of heart and arrows wood veneers with white acrylic paint. I used a label maker and transparent tape to write the journal. Both title and journal are from the Monty Pythons song "Always look on the bright side of life"