Saturday, November 18, 2017


Hello friends!  Well I did this layout for More Than Words Challenge.  I actually did this layout without having a photo in mind.  While looking through photos I discovered these two lovely ones of my granddaughter Paityn in her garden.  

I used several mediums.  I used extra thick Gesso, a stencil, modeling paste, beads, and etc.  This was fun to create even though I did not have photo until the end.  

Here is the challenge.

Our Main Challenge is based on a word inspiration and a creative challenge.
The challenge is open to layouts, canvases and art journal pages only.
Make sure to carefully read our instructions below.
Word Inspiration - OUTDOORS
Creative Challenge - WOODGRAIN

What does the word WOODGRAIN inspire you to create?
You can choose to use the actual word somewhere on your project 
or simply be inspired by it.  Since, as you are aware, words 
are an integral part of our challenges, we want to know 
how this month's word stimulated your creative process, 
so please do explain in your blog post how it inspired you!

One of the many scrapbooking trends of the past couple years 
that doesn't seem to get old is WOODGRAIN patterns. 
We thought that it would go perfectly with our word 
inspiration this month. So, whether you use patterned paper, 
a stamp, a stencil or the real thing, it doesn't matter. 
Show us your woodgrain!

To be eligible to win, you have to incorporate both requirements of the challenge, 
the word inspiration and the creative challenge.
Just look at our designers' projects and descriptions as examples.

You must also include our board image as well as a link to our blog in your entry post.  AND you may combine our challenge with no more than 2 other challenges.


Please see my close-ups:

Thank you for looking and have a great day!

Hugs – Ginger

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