Friday, February 14, 2014

Supreme Scrapbooking Challenge - Round TWO!!!!




Can you believe it??? Not only did I make it to round two but I placed 1st in my thread!!
That means i am on to round two and this super crazy hard challenge:

Make a monochromatic colour layout

  • 1. Pages :                         2 pages Layout (double page!)

  • 2. Theme:                         You can choose your own theme

  • 3. Colour LO:                     The monochromatic color scheme you use is up to you

  • 4. How many Photos:        Minimum of 1 photo

  • 5. Photos:                         - One photo must be partly on the left and partly on the right page                                                                                                                                         -  One photo needs to be black and white
  • 6. Not to be used:              - You are restricted from using black anywhere on the layout including, ink, paint, pen lines, journaling or any other elements. 
                                           - There is not to be black on the page with the exception of your black and white photo(s).
                                           - You can not use brown to antique elements unless brown is the colour you choose for your monochromatic colour scheme.

  • 7. Materials you may use:   embellishments, inkt, media stuff, everything that you want in the monochromatic colour.



That means no black or white anywhere on your page!!!!!! CRAZY HARD!!!! SO this in my take on that challenge. I started with smooth white cardstock and glues as many trinkets flowers chip and yummy goodies as I could to the page with 3in1 glue. I figure if there wasn't colour for interest there had to be TEXTURE!!!

I then coated everything including the page with gesso. Then I sprayed everything lovely shades of turquoise and teal. Some parts went really dark and others stayed pretty light. I love that!

 
I then added stamping with Clearsnap Chalk ink in Arctic Deep colour!! 


I also added teal thread in bunches to soften the page and add even more texture. I also used my Spectrum Noir markers to give my letters a little more pop of colour.



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