Saturday, April 10, 2010

Color, Sketches, Challenges... OH MY!

I haven't done a challenge lately and missed the... well... challenge of it. One of the best things about challenges is that it makes me think more about my layout and techniques.
I decided to do a combined challenges ... two rolled into one final project.

The Design Dollies are always a great inspiration for beautiful projects. I took on their Color Challenge for April.
Dark Green, Yellow, and Rusty Orange

Also, I decided to use a sketch from the Sketch Challenge Blog their latest sketch to work with was just wonderful!

  • Cardstock, yellow
  • 7Gypsies paper - Gypsy paper market: Moe
  • October Afternoon, Night Light: Louie
  • Dream Street Papers LLC, Remember the Moment: Christian
  • Basic Grey Doilies
  • Zig Calligraphy Pen - Coffee
  • K&Company - K-Ology Hannah Stitched Beaded Brad
  • Various Manufacture flowers, yellow, green, and rusty orange
  • S.E.I. Coaster Tags Madera Island
  • American Crafts Thickers, Honey Puffy Green
  • Two small copper brads
  • Technique Tuesday, butterfly acrylic stamps
  • Cats Eye ink, white
  • Transparency sheet


  1. A stunning page!! Love the sweet little butterflies :-)

  2. Totally agree with Chole! This turned out so beautiful! Love the colors and those butterflies....hello! Cuteness! That lace frame is gorgeous! Did you cut that yourself with a Cricut, QK? So pretty!
    Have a great Sunday!
    Definitely adding me to be a follower!

  3. Awesome! Love the colours and the butterflies:)

  4. I love this, wow you rocked the colours together and how clever combining the sketch also, great work. Mel from (the Dollies)

  5. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh wow wow wowwwwwwwwwww!! This is AWESOME!!! I loveeeeeeee that photo, the colors and loveeeeeeeee the butterflies!!! Thanks soooooooooooo much for playing along with Sketchy Thursdays! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

  6. Super cute! Love your combo! Perfect! Thanks for playin with us Dollies!

  7. Thanks all for the lovely comments.

    Yaneri (ScrapyCrafter) - the frame is actually a Basic Grey Doilies. :)