For this challenge, I was inspired by the coffee cup and the color scheme. Here is the planner spread I came up with based on the challenge.
I have done a pocket page spread for this moodboard to try and capture all the colours in the challenge. I will post a video up later this week for this spread, so keep an eye out on the facebook group or my channel.
Welcome to a new challenge today! This time around we're looking for monochromatic projects that Use Your Stuff! This is a great challenge to use up different shades of a color that you have a lot of in your stash... or showcase a favourite colour, or whatever way you are inspired !
I chose royal blue with neutrals grey and black to frame this pic of 3 of the gk's,
and turned my photo to black and white to offset their different colour clothing.
I went with a color I don't normally work with - Pink. I decided to use up the last little bits in my SCT Sampler pack from January! Details are on my blog!
I chose the color PINK and used an older photo of my granddaughter,
Emma celebrating her birthday in 2005. It's hard to believe that she
will be turning 17 this November. I printed the photo in black and
white because I thought a B&W pic would go with the monochromatic
I chose the color GREEN for this project to highlight the pictures of my dog playing with two frogs who took up temporary residence in my pool.
Mine is in the color Green too. Highlighting pictures of the new snow.
I was inspired by the colors and the overall party feel of the mood board.
I was inspired by the first quote and the buttons!
The colours were the first thing that caught my eye with this moodboard, and those with some of the images made me immediately think of birthdays and all the bright, fun colours and patterns of a birthday celebration. Check out my scrappy blog for some more up close photos and details.
The Impossible quote immediately made me think of my daughter when she was at the end of her 8th grade year and decided to try out for the high school colorguard/winterguard team. I wasn't even sure she would make it through tryouts and now she is entering her senior year and this will be her 3rd year as a captain....to say I am immensely proud of her is an understatement...