Thursday, 21 April 2011

Challenge Number 4 layout

Ok here is the finished scarecrow layout!  wont know what to take to push around the table at the crop now!


Scarecrows, pumpkins, leaves and grass are all from a digi kit and hand cut out.  Background is Basic Grey and has been sewn onto the brown card (this was what I did about 2 years ago and then left it in a drawer and forgot about it!).  Will enter this into my own challenge as:

Something old - the layout itself and the digi images
Something new - the Pink Paislee Daily Junque stamps (how fab are they!) and the Tim reflections stamp
Something borrowed - the Car embossing folder from Bernice (although I have to confess that these are so fabulous that I have a bought a set myself and they arrived Tuesday and are still in the packaging - lets hope I get a chance to play again later today!)
Something blue - that was going to the be butterfly which is coloured with Tumbled Glass and Stormy Sky distress inks but then I decided to carry on and add the stamped images (car, live the life quote and the two tickets) so I coloured those in the same inks too.

I also went round to Morags yesterday morning so we could stocktake our workshop stuff and I came home with some papers for my next class (which will be at our June crop) and, lo and behold, I actually did the layout yesterday afternoon!  whoo hoo for me!  will post that at a later time though - dont want to overdo the old blogger do I!!!

Thanks for looking :) and please join in with the challenge if you can - runs until 3rd May.

3 comments:

Bernice said...

Well done on completing the layout. You'll have to bring some stamps and your promarkers and do some colouring and cutting out at the crop!!! ;o)

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

This is super cute! All this work will be worth it when the kids are older- my son is 16 and he still loves to look through his scrapbook! Patsy from
HeARTworks

Spyder said...

I love that scarecrow..great lay out, one that will be kept forever I'm sure! Happy Easter Monday
((Lyn))