Sunday, August 29, 2010

Blueberry Blues at HMITM

Anna-Karin posed an interesting and fun challenge at How Much Is Too Much this week. We had to use:

1 photo
7 blue things (can be anything, as long as it is blue)
4 circles
5 pieces of chipboard or grungeboard

I went a little crazy with the blue and decided to go monochromatic. I always love how monochromatic layouts look and usually forget to do them.


I don't know why that chipboard telephone photographed so dark. I used the same blue embossing powder that I used with the doily stamp. The chipboard piece is by Dusty Attic. I was lucky to snag a few pieces, but they're really hard to find in the U.S. If you know of a source that sells them here, please let me know!


Studio Calico always tucks little cards with advertisments into their kits, and they have the most interesting images. I cut out the butterfly from one of those cards and added it to my page with pop dots.


They also seal the kit bags with fun labels, and I always save them, hoping to use them on a layout. I used one of their older labels to hold my journaling. When I printed it out, I noticed the ink wasn't drying, no matter how long I was waiting, so I decided to add embossing powder and heat it up, and it was the perfect solution. Nice, raised, shiny letters.


I'm a little late posting this, but you still have today to play in the challenge. Go take a peek at what the rest of the team did with this fun challenge. Don't forget--we have a RAK of a 2Peas gift certificate to a monthl winner!

3 comments:

Lynn said...

oooo you nailed the blues. love love love it. and the telephone rocks.

Laina Lamb said...

This is really really cool. Love the layout and all the fantastic details.

Monica and the team said...

love that blue embossing powder! always so inspiring!

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