TGIF everyone! Welcome to November's Color Inspiration. Today Tonya and Tamara are here to share their take on this gorgeous image:
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Supplies:Lost & Found Record It "Heirloom"- Die Cut Embellishments, Alpha Word Stickers Miss Caroline- " Beautiful" Roses paper, "Love" Journal paper, "Princess" Lace paper,"Cute" Garden paper, "Happy" Beach Stripe paper, "Living" Rub Ons, "Living" Die Cuts Wood, "Home" Rhinestones Swirl, "Cute" brads, "Day" Pins & Buttons ;Chalk Studio- 6x6 Designer Cardstock paper.
Tonya says:I LOVED this inspiration piece!!!! There wasn't one thing about it that wasn't right up my alley! The first thing that caught my eye was the color scheme. Then I started to notice all of the little details that I wanted tobring into my project.
For example I really wanted to use black glitter, pinks with an ombre effect, chevrons, little holes made with a paper piercer, chalk effects and some woodgrain. I think I was able to utilize all of those things, except the chalk effects (the title was cut out of a chalkboard like piece of paper from the Chalk Studio collection, but it ended up looking like really dark grey paper).
Supplies: Cut and Paste - Flair: Present patterned paper, Ring patterned paper, Specs patterned paper, 6x6 pad (pink and black chevron), decorative brads, enamel dots, label stickers, layered stickers, journal card; Misc :pop dots, black ink, thread, and pen, white cardstock.
Tamara says:I loved this color inspiration - the range of pinks mixed with the black and white chalk art! I immediately thought of this sweet snapshot of my daughter when she was 4 months old (she is now 17!!). I used the "Cut and Paste Flair" collection - it had all of the colors I was looking for and the baby picture went perfectly with the 4x6 chalk art Journal card: 'The Cutest Things are Small, Little Petite...".
I especially love the two toned pink paper that I used to mat the photo. I cut the 6x6 black and white Chevron paper in half and cut out the pattern, then layered it to create a border to "anchor" the page and placed the layered chalk are frame over it. I then embellished the page with the striped brad and two rows of the enamel dots.
Have a wonderful weekend!