Saturday, June 20, 2015

Websters Pages 'Dream in Color' for The Scrapbook Store

Hi everyone. Wow, I can't believe how long it's been since I've been here. My poor little blog has been very neglected. Life just seems to get in the way of crafting (and blogging) sometimes. 
I have no dream of catching up as such, as that will just be too unrealistic and add way too much stress to my day! Lol! Instead, I am just going to share my DT work for The Scrapbook Store for May.  I worked with the very vibrant Websters Pages 'Dream in Color'.  To be very honest, a bunch of bright colours together scares the living daylights out of me, but nothing like a challenge hey?!

My first layout was probably the one that's the most in my usual style. The photo is from a picnic we had during a family holiday last July.  I've added some Blue Fern chipboard and texture paste through a Crafters Workshop stencil.
A few close ups for the finer details. :)

The next layout became a bit brighter, so I started to play along. :)  The photos are from our recent holiday to Tasmania.  We visited a marble shop in a little town called Sheffield and witnessed a beautiful marble being made from scratch.
And again, a few close ups...

With my last layout I started to get brave and went all out! Lol! In this case it was the photo that inspired me.  The photo was taken in the marble shop and was a canvas by the very talented owner herself.  I added some colourful 'paint splashes' on a white background to keep the focus on the beautiful art itself.
 More close ups!

Still not sure if lots of brights are my kind of thing, but I think it might be growing on me a bit. ;)

I am going to try my hardest to keep this blog thing going, so will add my TSS June Sketch challenge example in the next day or two.
Thank you for visiting and for not abandoning me when I was MIA. :)
Until next time.
M xox

1 comment:

Lizzy Hill said...

Wow! Well, just because you haven't been blogging doesn't mean you haven't been creating some BEAUTIFUL work, eh? These are YUM! I especially adore the last one...the colours - it's really got pizazz:):)