Once again, so many ways to take this one, the colors, the text, the graphic nature, use a number...
I decided to go graphic and the colors to make a non-traditonal Valentine's card for hubby, making this fit for the Cupcake Craft challenge - love. I used some new papers and journaling card from In the Making Flirty collection available at Jessica Sprague.
So many options with this photo. You could go with the wedding theme, the colors, the flowers or do as I did and focus on the sneakers... I really want to get a pair of converse runners, perhaps in pink.
Thank you for playing along with me and my challenges. I am really enjoying everyone's take on the inspiraton. Today I have a playful inspiration photo for you. There are so many ways to interpret this one: the sketch, the colors, the playfulness, the bike...
I am in need of some little boy cards for the little boys in my Grade One class so I decided to go with the colors and as well the sketch. I have used some Echo Park Dots & Stripes along with some Divine Twine and twine from The Twinery both of which are available at Ribbon Carousel. The image is from Priceless Joy, one of the debuting The Alley Way Stamps collections. The plane and clouds are mounted on foam squares for dimension. This is also for the Cupcake Craft Challenge - New (my stamp set)
Now be sure to pop on over to The Alley Way Blog to see what the other Designers have created for you today.
Remember to link up by next Wednesday January 18th11:59 PST.
I can't wait to see what you do!
Rules for Playing:
Create a NEW project for this challenge.
Be sure to link your blog with a direct link to the post you would like me to visit.
Please put a link on your post to this challenge.
Create a project with no more than 5 challenges including this challenge.
You may be inspired by the colors, the winter feel, the coffee, mittens, the heart... so may ways to take this weeks inspiration.
For my project this week, I chose to do a layout. I used the Winter Wonderland papers available from Jessica Sprague to scrap a photo of one of my guilty pleasures... my Starbuck's Latte's. Over the holidays I really enjoy the Caramel Brule Latte. I cut the title with my Plantin Schoolbook Cricut cartridge and used the negative of the words rather than the letters, I like how this looks. The Snowflakes are cut using my Winter Lace Cricut Cartridge. The stickers are SRM Stickers and I have used a Word Flashcard from Pretty Little Studio and a Journal Tag from Elle's Studio. Finally all finished off with some Caribbean Twine from The Twiney.