Here’s my interpretation of it. I chose to turn the sketch counter-clockwise.
I used papers from Kaisercraft’s “Blessed” collection, ephemera bits from Vicki Boutin’s “Colour Kaleidoscope” collection and a piece of paper from her “Field Notes” collection. I chose to do a black and white background so my picture popped!
The title word is from Jillibean Soup’s “Harvest Garden” collection.
I finished off the layout with some yellow enamel dots, a few yellow flower stickers with little crystal centres and a piece of black and white flair.
So head on over to The Studio Challenges to see the sketch and check out the gorgeous layouts from the rest of the design team.
And here’s my take on the sketch (also week 13 of “52 Favourites”):
I used the Vicki Boutin “Colour Kaleidoscope” collection I purchased from Scrapbook Nerd.
I also used a few enamel dots from My Mind’s Eye, some stickers from Simple Stories, a wooden button from an older Shimelle collection and the title “this” is from the Jillibean Soup “Garden Harvest” collection.
If you aren’t already a member of the Scrapbook Nerd Facebook Friends Group, head on over and join. If you participate in the sketch challenge and share it in the group, you have a chance to win a $15 gift certificateto the Scrapbook Nerd shop! Who doesn’t love FREE stuff! I sure do!! 😉
The colour palette is one of my favourites – blues and yellows!
Here’s my take on the challenge.
The majority of the papers and embellishments I used on this layout are from the Jillibean Soup“Farmhouse Stew” collection. They were PERFECT!! I also incorporated a few elements from Vicki Boutin’s “Colour Kaleidoscope” collection that I received recently from Scrapbook Nerd.
I created a “coffee cup stain” by inking the bottom of an old coffee cup.
A few blue and yellow enamel dots and journaling around the edges of the page finished off the layout.
So, head over to The Studio Challenges blog and check out the inspiring colour palette and the awesome layouts from the rest of the design team.
Then don’t forget to play along and link up your layout for a chance to be a guest designer with us!
I mentioned a few days ago I had some fridge magnets that were in need of a makeover and I wanted to use my felt flowers from Jillibean Soup to help me transform them.
I used Jillibean Soup“Mix the Media” felt flowers and die cuts and puffy stickers from their “Farmhouse Stew” collection.
I apologize for the dark photos but I created late into the night! LOL!
I simply used an assortment of die cut leaves and flowers and glued them around the outside edges of the magnet overlapping them to create layers.
I then took a peach butterfly puffy sticker and stuck it to the edge of one of the felt petals.
The felt flowers have an adhesive back making it really easy to attach them to anything. I placed mine in the center of the embellished magnet.
Here’s my first finished magnet.
Next I overhauled a clip magnet we have.
I added some flowers and leaves to the top and bottom of the clip then attached my felt flower to the center. I purposely didn’t attach the felt flower to the top of the clip magnet because that’s where you have to press to open it so I wanted to keep it flat there.
Both magnets only took me about a half an hour to make. It was a fun, quick craft.