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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Club scrap may team challenge

Hi all, welcome to the club scrap team challenge bloghop!  If you are hopping with us then you are here from Josette's blog  or if you want to start at the beginning head to Karens club scrap post 

For our team challenge this month we were to mesh together papers and or stamps from two different kits. For my page below i used the embossed winter wonderland paper and added blue to it using my blue prima oil pastels to make it match the Adirondack papers i used. I then layered on the Adirondack cardstock and papers to frame my family selfie pic. ( we took this picture on the boardwalk in ocean city,new jersey) the arrow strip is a cutapart from the kit and the larger arrows i used the stencil with a tan oil pastel and doodle traced it in a gold gelpen. Lastly i added the twine at the top and added the date in the center under a metal label holder from the kit as well.
12 x12 page
Thanks for stopping by and happy creating ! 

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9 comments:

rettaescape said...

Nice layout! Cute selfie!

Hetty said...

Great layers on your page and fun picture!

Wendy Bellino said...

What a great LO to showcase that super cute family selfie! Love it! Great mash up of kits, the Winter Wonderland background looks sooooo good behind your photo!

Julie said...

Love taking family selfies!! Great layout and the embossed paper from Shades of Winter goes amazing with Adirondacks!

Lisa D said...

What a great family selfie! I love how you used the oil pastels to alter the color of the embossed paper. Looks gorgeous.

Karen Wyngaard said...

Great combo!

APeeling Papercrafts said...

Nice Mash up!

Kelly A Clark said...

Cool page! That blue swirl really adds interest to the page. Terrific mash-up!

KnitterPam said...

That winter wonderland paper is one my favorites from the past year!