I did this sweet layout of my grandson Colby. He is such a delight and always so curious about things. This challenge at Scrap Africa was perfect for this photo!
You can create a card, tag, layout, an altered project, journal pages or even a digital project!
You can create whatever you like! ;-)
We would just love to know what inspired you from the sketch and the sentiment behind your project!;-)
Here is my layout!
I just loved working on this. I used so many techniques and the color blue and yellow was perfect.
Please see the close-ups!
You can see the beads and other objects that I used plus string, embossing, and die cuts.
I used water color around the photo plus a stencil. On the frame I used paste to give it a rusty look.
I wanted circles around the photo using blue and yellow. I really love this.
Thank you for looking and please have a great day!
Hugs – Ginger
Adorable Ginger! i love the beads as they perfectly create the image of water bubbles in a pool. The way you used a small portion of yellow makes the photo pop!! Great solving!ReplyDelete
What a sweet child, and creative mixed media layout! I love how you combined frames in different shapes and colors, both the bright yellow and blue, and the rusty one. And the beads and all. Thank you for joining us at Scrap Africa!ReplyDelete
Great take on the challenge. Love the colours! Thank you for joining us at Scrap Africa!ReplyDelete
Hello Ginger, thank you so much for joining us at Scrap Africa....I love your colour combination!! and your sweet photo is delish !! Very cool take on our challenge by Scrap Africa..Have a nice cafty day...HeikeReplyDelete
thanks for playing with us at Scrap Africa!
wonderful!thanks for playing with us at Scrap Africa!ReplyDelete
It's gorgeous! Love those blues and yellows!ReplyDelete
Thank you for getting your inspiration from Scrap Africa!
So unique project! I love it! Thank you so much for playing with us at Scrap Africa!ReplyDelete
Such a gorgeous and fun page! That photo is gorgeous! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Scrap Africa! ;-)ReplyDelete