This page uses split complementary colours and I started with the leftover orange papers from yesterday. Then searched out some blue-green and blue-purple supplies to add to them.
These are such an unusual colour combination and I would never have thought to use them together without this class prompt. But I think they work really well, especially with these particular photos.
Papers: SU; Kaisercraft, Offshore; Shimelle, Box of Crayons; + scraps from my stash
Stickers: Echo park, A walk in the park; AC, vicki boutin; The Happy planner; MAMBI washi; Simple Stories, Whatever; Shimelle, Box of Crayons, shaker sticker, accent 7 phrase booklet
Enamel shapes: Shimelle, Box of Crayons, Funny Sticker world; + from my stash
This next page couldn't be more different in colour! In fact the brief was to stick to white as much as possible. It features my oldest and youngest grandsons - there are two more in the middle. Oh and I have to let you know there will be some pink pages next year as finally a granddaughter is on the way!
Apart from the odd bits of black and a nod to the wall colour in the photo I think I did quite well. And it's shown me what a massive load of stash I have too. Every colour the class has asked for this week I've been able to find - no guilty feelings here though as I love scrapbooking and I get to keep everything I've created!
As there were sooooo many layers on today's page the journalling has been scattered around the page which i think workd really well too.
Papers: Cocoavanilla, Radiant; ep, Note to Self; + loads of scraps from my stash
Stickers: Simple Stories, Beautiful, Life in Colour; AC, Maggie Holmes, Vicki Boutin; Ali Edwards; Carta Bella, Moments & Memories; MAMBI Chips
Punch: Martha Stewart, butterflies
Pearls, gems and enamel dots from my stash
It's been fabulous to have you visit my blog today, thanks so much for looking.
And keep crafting!
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