Saturday, May 30, 2015

3 to Inspire with Trina

Hi everyone, it's Trina here today to share this week's 3 to Inspire challenge.

All you need to do is create a scrapbook layout, PL page or PL card using these 3 elements. I had lots of fun with this simple 6x8 Pocket Life page and was inspired by Chantal Philippe's crazy beautiful pattern paper alphabet letters. The thread I used is just frayed white fabric threads, bunched up and tucked under the puffy sticker. I used pieces of our June Pocket Life kit, Pattern Paper kits and the Embellishment kit. (June kits can be seen here beginning on June 2nd . . . or on May 31st beginning at 10 p.m. PST for our kit subscribers.)
  1. Use thread.
  2. Make your own alphabet letters from pattern paper.
  3. Use one photo with two layers behind it.

Here is my take on the challenge:


Here are my close-ups:



Now it's your turn! Use the three prompts to create your own projects and share them with us in the CTK Gallery and/or on our Facebook Fan Page. You can also upload to Instagram and tag us @citrustwistkits. Your take on this challenge must be uploaded by Saturday, June 6th, to earn a chance to win. When you play along, you will be entered to win a bit of happy mail from us. We will pick one lucky winner.

Thanks for visiting.

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