It has been absolutely fantastic to see how the OUAS and CSI blogs have overflowed with amazing creations during these passed 3 weeks of our joint challenge! We have now come to the last of our challenges boo hoo :((
THE SCHEME - USE ALL 5 COLORS:
teal - taken from his shirt - 60.163.160
orange - taken from the shading around the fairy - 163.183.182
lime green - taken from the top of his head - 200.215.122
sky blue - taken from the beaker - 142.208.224
bright buttery yellow - taken from his head - 249.222.143
EVIDENCE - CHOOSE AT LEAST TWO ELEMENTS:
little bits and pieces
use chalk or pastels
globe or map
TESTIMONY - CHOOSE AT LEAST ONE ELEMENT:
put your journaling in a little booklet.
Frame your journaling.
Write your journaling on your photograph.
Journal about a lesson learned.
Journal in the form of a lesson plan. (Google lesson plan template for other ideas.)
imitate All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten (e.g., you could do All I Really Need to Know I learned from my cat... or from my trip to the beach... or from my kitchen, etc.).
Inspiration Words: fly, learn, horizon-- use these as inspiration for your journaling, not just as a title.
I had my assigned case file last week, so this is an extra page. Here is how I cracked the case - "Pancakes".
Gosh! it's not the LO that is crooked, it just photographed really so weird.
The papers are a mix of Les Papiers de Pandore, Echo Park, Swedish Maja Design and Pink Paislee.
do love pancakes, the Scandinavian kind, but cannot eat them because I
am borderline gluten intolerant. A couple of times a year the yearning for the
little golden treats gets too much and I gobble down a stack. It of
course comes with a price to pay afterwards. It is sooo totally worth
it!! my fave is to have fresh berries or raspberry jam with both whipped
cream and vanilla icecream on top. Gluttony? naaaw, heavenly bliss! It really should be a lesson learned, but I choose to ignore it.
Looove the effect of the embossed white script stamping on the photo.
A yummo flourish from 2Crafty that I have misted in several different hues of browns and then touched up with Stickles in Turquoise.
More of the Prima script stamp.
Evidence used are leaves and Caran d'Ache crayons (the border around the whole page).
Misted splats and masked/modelling pasted dots.
My next post will be a pre-scheduled one for Tuesday when I'll share my page for The Color Room palette # 130. Here's a peek at the palette from Her Room - whitewashed and pinks!
any of you even if I'm MIA from all places at the moment. My life runs
on the highest gear and my priorities are elsewhere. I'll be back as
soon as I can!
Thank you for taking the time to visit me, I so appreciate it!!
Toodelipip! xoxo Eila