The inspiration challenge this week, Inspired by Sewflake (SIC112), was to take inspiration from one of two pages by Sewflake (Sharon). I chose the page named Treasures. I used Sewflake’s layout, using 3 photos instead of 4. Although my color scheme is different, I used the lace, flower, flourish, buttons, paper strip, a tag between upper and lower photos and a tag at the bottom corner. Sharon’s page was lovely and I enjoyed CASEing it!
Aqua Alpha (recolored slightly)-Turquoise; Harrington Alpha by Nothing But Freebies; Pink alpha (recolored from blue)- Mousescrappers Blogtrain (Party Animal by Unforgettable Moments); Gold gem-Valentines Gemstones by Nothing But Freebies; Pink stitch-Single Stitches by Nothing But Freebies; Gold corners, blue button-Fantasy Add-On by Sahlin Studios; Pink Button-Spring Fresh by Man in the Moon Designs-Scrap Matters; Pink flair (w/crown), Bling gold frame-Fantasy by Britt-ish Designs; Teal Paper-Leave the World Behind-Britt-ish Designs; Blue print paper strip-Sweet Spring by Boutique Sweet Doll; Light blue paper (blended with teal)-Shabby Girl by Bucket of Butterflies (Digiridoo); Pink background-Rhonna Farrer; Tag-By the Sea-Catherine Designs; Crochet flower-My Secret Garden by Creations By Rachael; Pink flower-Celebrate by M Lima; Flourish-Linda Sattgast-(Oct. 2010-Scrappers Guide kit); Lace-CC-365 week 2; Aqua trim-A Clegg-My Ribbon Trim; White bow-Fancy Wrappers-C Renee.
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Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 GMT Views: 466
Wow! Wendy, this is great! I love that pink turquoise color combo! You rocked this challenge! You added your own style to that of Sharon's for a wonderful creation!! And these photos were perfect! Thank you for playing the Inspiration challenge this week!
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Thu, Nov 17, 2011 @ 5:52 AM
WOW was my thoughts too!! You really rocked it, I love all of the embellies at your finger tips with digi (an assumtion by a non digi scrapper?), especially the metal corners on your picture. The needle and thread add interest around the journaling.