Here is my interpretation of the February sketch, I hope many of you will participate. In any case, I love the idea of the challenge that allows us to leave his creative comfort.
To meet the challenge I used two identical photos. I often make pages with two identical photos, this has its charm!
I chose the Mellow paper from the Vintage Artistry Butter collection to match the choice of my photo. I applied a layer of clear gesso and added writing patterns using the “Pascale’s Rations Stamp Set” and then added a bit of ink as on the sketch. To accentuate the background, I also added patterns with the Butter & Lilac Rub-on Transfers. Before arranging my photos, I layered some papers from the Butter Ephemera Stacks.
I decided to frame only one photo with Natural Stitched Frames. After placing my two photos, I started to add Sky Wildflowers and Cobalt Country Blooms as well as elements from the Laser Cut Sheet included in the collection pack that include those lovely butterflies.
I also added Wishing Bubbles & Baubles Butter, they are just fantastic, some leaves of the Wedgewood Layered Embellishment Set. I like the touch of brilliance they bring to the page.
And finally, the title came also from the Wedgewood Layered Elements. I ended up applying a little white gesso on the flowers.
To enter the challenge, you will need to follow a few simple rules:
- Use the sketch as an inspiration to create your layout, you can rotate, flip it, turn it upside down or even change the number of photographs, make it your own.
- Use at least 49 and Market’s papers and flowers. Remember to list all the products you used;
- Join the 49 and Market Fans Group on Facebook and upload one photo of your project to the February Challenge album;
- Link all the 49 and Market products you have used to the 49 and Market shop.
*** By submitting a project, you are allowing 49 and Market to use your images on their social media channel, winners will be announced on the 9th of the following month, have fun and good luck.
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I hope I inspire you and I’m looking forward to seeing your realizations…