Your take on this challenge can be by creating a layout or a PL spread and you'll want to include all 3 elements on your project. We offer this challenge every Saturday for those who need a little extra push and today it's my turn. Can't wait to share the prompts with you!
Your prompts this week are:
1. Use a cut file or something hand cut.
2. Use fall colors.
3. Use a fall photo.
It's fall here again, so I would love to see some fall photos and fall colors from you. :)
I know, it is not fall everywhere around the world, but if it isn't on your side of the earth, I am sure you have some great and special fall photos from last year to use. :)
I haven't had time to take some photos yet, so I went through my last year's pictures. And when I looked at them, a photo of my son trying not to smile caught my eye. I love this smile. It reaches his eyes, and besides that Gabriel has one of the most beautiful smiles in this world anyway, this special smile, when he tries not to, it just melts my heart every time.
As I wanted to keep the focus on the photo and use fall colors, I then decided to just add a few color bits and use a white cut file - that I created by using autumn/fall words and a leave - on a white background. I love how it turned out, it looks so light and fun, just the way I imagined it.
I then added just some more red accents and some bits here and there, and it was done. So quick, but so fun to do!
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 by Saturday, October 24th, for a chance to win. You can also upload to Instagram and tag us @citrustwistkits, or just leave a link to your project in the comment section. I hope this one will be challenging and most of all fun for you!
Thanks for taking the time to stop by today and have a wonderful weekend! :)
Janine. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Beautifully done Janine!ReplyDelete
Always so stunning!!ReplyDelete
Exactly! Always so stunning! I don't know what It is but it's in all Your Works and it makes me pause and admire! Always!!ReplyDelete