Hello my darlings.
Today I am back with you to share ANOTHER Studio 75 layout!
I had a moment of madness this month where I absent-mindedly added bright blue
to my Colour Challenge Layout LOL - so instead of adding it to the group post
I used it for my post on the Studio 75 blog for my monthly post today HERE.
So being one to not shirk my responsibilities I set straight to work again getting
a new page done!! You can view my past post about the Colour Challenge on
this blog of mine HERE - do play along if you can! CREAM, RED & GREEN
ONLY!!!!! Oh - you can also add a touch of black & white!!!
Yes I have a smidge of brown because I'm naughty like that...
This year my younger son & I had a big argument on Christmas morning & he refused
to be in any of the photos hahaha - just in case you are wondering where he is here!!
I showed him this page & he reminded me about our silly fight - I had forgotten the
details - but it was over his hair - can you believe it?! I used to cut the boys' hair
for years using the Wahl clippers but for the last few years they have insisted
on professional haircuts! Fussy teenagers...pffft...
All these papers come from the new Magic Time Collection from Studio 75, except for the
criss-cross backing sheet - that comes from their "Yummy" Collection. I'm sure you'll
agree that it co-ordinates beautifully. Always the sign of a great manufacturer - when
they stick to the same tones so that all your collections can be mixed & matched!!
I kept my background light & simple by adding stencilling & stamping using chalk
ink-pads only. This is a quick, easy & CHEAP way of creating a mixed media
background with minimal materials, not that I need to worry about that as I have
plenty of gorgeous products, but sometimes it's nice to mix things up for a change!
All the strips you see were pre-cut as they were off cuts. I just tore them off at appropriate
lengths! Another easy peasy way of putting a page together. I had a piece of tulle floating
around my desk so I cut it up & added it here & there between my layers for a Christmassy
touch. Lastly I grabbed my tub of premixed white paint & flicked some all around my page
using a fine paintbrush, after covering my photograph with thick cardboard of course!
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