Saturday, December 2, 2017

3 to Inspire with NATHALIE





Hello CTK fans and friends!

It is time for a new 3-to-Inspire challenge, and this weekend Nathalie is providing the inspiration for this challenge.

Here are the prompts she used in her page:


  1. Add dimension to your page
  2. Create a title that combines different alpha styles
  3. Use inks, watercolors, and/or paint on your background
Here is what i have created with these prompts, and the "Sonoma" main and embellishment kits:





It all started when I formed the rolled flowers using the Fancy Pants "Take Note" collection papers (the die used is called "Rolled Flower" from Maya Road).  I used both sides of the papers to create the flowers, and here is where the dimension on the page comes from.




Since the layout documents my niece on one of her crafty adventures with my scrapbook materials, I  wanted to add a bit of a messy/colorful background, so i used a few splatters of Prima watercolor to  add color to the background.




I added a few details along the page, so that there are a few details in small clusters.  This month's stamp was oh so perfect for this page, as well as the puffy stickers from Maggie Holmes Carousel collection that are included in this month's kit.   Those curly lines were ideal to frame the page.




Finally for the title, and last prompt of this challenge, I used  the beautiful gold/mint alpha in combo with some of the puffy stickers to create the title of this page.   A few lines of journal, gold and black ink splatter complete the page.

If you would like to see how this page was created, just sit and enjoy the following video!



I hope you  are inspired to use the prompts to make a page of your own!  I cannot wait to see what you create!

                                                                                                                                                                   

Now it is your turn!  Use the three prompts to create your own project, and share them with us here in the Gallery or the Facebook CTK Fans page.   We look forward to seeing your creations!


1 comment:

  1. what a wonderful page! mixing alphas - so fun!!!

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