It's Saturday morning European time and the third joint OUAS and CSI September casefile # 38 has gone live.
Both CSI and OUAS have been bursting at their seams with a record number of amazing projects submitted for the two first case files. At CSI Debbi had to open up a second case file album in the member gallery as the first one quickly got full!
I am convinced we are looking at a third record week with gorgeous entries! just check out the amazing inspiration from both DTs, Special Investigators and Guest Designers.
This is my assigned week at OUAS why my layout is up on the OUAS blog as well.
As mentioned before, everything will go back to normal at OUAS in
October and we will have a reveal on 1 October as usual. So I hope
you guys have fun and enjoy what we have planned for you.
Please remember that the entries for this challenge are du by
2:00 p.m. Monday, 1 October Australian Eastern Standard Time.
*the SKETCH provided
* all the colours in the SCHEME
* at least 2 elements from the EVIDENCE
* at least 1 element from the TESTIMONY!
* Evgenia Petzer at Etsy
* C'est Magnifique Kit Club
* Scrapbook Fantasies online store
* Imaginarium Designs chip board
* Berry 71 Bleu bespoke tags
* Julia Cotrim designed papers and fabrics
*Scraplocker online store
And here it is, my take on the challenge that I have called "Mooore". The title will be pretty obvious when you read my journalling :))
The evidence I have used are; trees (the background paper from Swedish Pion Design), birds (2 resin ones), newsprint pattern (in the matting), misting and of course, flowers.
My testimony is about this fur baby who is 2 years old now, our darling Alice. In this photo she was about 3 months old.
A Prima resin heart embelli and the big oval frame is from Melissa Frances.
My journalling is below.
A mix of Pion, Prima packaging, journalling cards and ledger paper, and Pink Paislee Indigo Bleu papers.
I cut up a chippie border from 2Crafty and used the sections tucked-in here and there on my page.
That's our Alice for you.
Now over to the page I made for the Prima August BAP. Took me quite a bit to figure this one out. I flipped the sketch entirely.
My page doesn't look quite as the sketch as the "rays" that are very predominant in the sketch, are quite subtle with the alphas and numbers coming out from the photo.
Here's my take that I've called "9 to 5". That's a reference to my day-time job, I'm a PA at a telecoms company. As this is already a long post, I will just share the photos with you.
This photo brings back a lot of nostalgic memories. I was only 20 when I started as a secretary and the IBM monster machine I got to work with, was a technical marvel. I have to say my typing was flawless at that time as correction tape or Tippex in a bottle were the only means of fixing typos, unless one re-typed the whole thing of course. We used 3 sheets of flimsy memo paper with 2 sheets of carbon paper in between. Who says everything was better in the old days! ;))
And with this, we've come to the end of my post. Just one more thing before I wish you a really really wonderful weekend; this week's palette for The Color Room # 129.
We are looking at Lime Gree, Crisp White, Olive Green and Dark Olive. I spent quite a bit of time creating the background on my layout. I will be back on Tuesday to share my take on the TCR palette with you.
Till then, take care and have fun!