I used a lime and a dark green, red, greenish-yellow and some chocolate brown.
I was inspired by the woodgrain, the musical elements, the triangles and I used some chippies that reminded me of the overall feel of the clover (in terms of the long stems). I also used strips of paper in my layering – much like the piano keys.
Those gorgeous chipboard pieces are from 2Crafty Chipboard.
So I ran with the birthday theme; this picture was taken of my daughter at her birthday this year.
I used mainly pastels – shades of teal, blue, green and pink, with a few hints of coral / apricot. I was further inspired by the butterflies and the smaller elements ‘dotted’ around on the inspiration image. I added some flowers and some leaves. My gorgeous chipboard pieces are all from 2 Crafty chipboard – aren’t they divine?
I used black, white, red, yellow and blue. I went with a school theme and scrapped a photo of my child’s Grade 3 school photo. As inspiration from the image, I added a rounded corner frame, some ledger style papers and also paper with a grid pattern. You will also see some geometric shapes amongst my layering.
My journalling is based on a school theme.
I’m “that” mom who will order every single school or class photograph ever taken – and this is the most recent one, taken a little earlier this year. I love the enthusiastic smile on my child’s face; and I can only hope that her love for school lasts!
I am up on the 2 Crafty Chipboard blog today, sharing a layout I created of a little ‘adventure’ we went on at the beginning of this year. Head to their blog to see more details of this piece – and also to find the direct links to these amazing chippie pieces that I have used: