Saturday, October 1, 2016

It's Challenge Time at ScraPerfect

Colleen here with my first blog entry as Design Team and we are starting something new here at ScraPerfect Blog. We are going to have two challenges every month, one on the 1st and one on the 15th. We are hoping you will join us and share your work with us.


 So without making you wait any more our first challenge is: 

Please create a layout using fall colors, leaves, and torn paper.

Of course there are a few items we would like you to do for us besides show us your beautiful layout;
1. Become a Follower of this Blog; 
2. This must be a new layout;
3. Provide a link to your blog in the comments so we can see your beautiful layout; and
4. Have your layout posted by the end of the month.



Fall colors are so rich and vibrant colors that I can't wait to see what you create.

Here is my layout.



I used the Best Glue Ever to adhere the flowers together. I cut the flowers from my die, added some water and squished them up and finally layered them to create the flowers. Tucked in along with the flowers are some leaves that I covered with the beautiful foils.
I used my cameo to cut out the state of Michigan and all the letters for the title. Since they are small letters and somewhat hard to adhere, I not only used the Best Glue Ever but also used Embellie Gellie to pick up each letter at a time. The Embellie Gellie saved me a whole bunch of time getting the letters down.




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4 comments:

  1. Here's my entry for your challenge Colleen! Thanks for letting me play along! Love Penny http://scrap-aholic.blogspot.com/2016/10/challenge-entry-for-scraperfects.html

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  2. Those are beautiful flower's Colleen! I love DIY flower making. Penny

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  3. Beautiful page and your flowers are gorgeous!

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  4. Fun challenge and your layout is GORGEOUS! The flowers and leaves just look amazing!

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