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Sunday, July 10, 2011

White with 1 - July Challenge.....

Yep I am on a roll!... second layout done in a week! yay!........as you can see I am a tad excited...lol!...

White with one challenges have been a blog of challenges I have stayed away from because I really didn't think I could just stick to one other colour along with  white..... the good news is.... I DID IT!.....YAYAY!!!...

Did i find this challenging? ... oh boy did i ever! but I found it quite rewarding to know I could do it.

This month Challenge was....
  • Teal/Aqua
  • able to use chipboard

Here is my Layout....
Katie at her year 6 formal!....:)

Use a heat gun to dry your paint to give some bubbles and give a texture to your work.

Hand made the pom pom flower!
Products Used:
  • Echo Park pattern paper
  • Bazzil Embossed Dot white cardstock
  • Birch button Brad
  • EK punches
  • Imaginarim & Scrapware chipboard
  • Prima Marketing Bling flourish
  • Other Embellishment
  • Mini Flowers
  • Crafters Workshop Templates
  • Viva metallic paint
  • Glimmer mist
  • Prima flowers
  • Embroided Shapes

Thankyou for checking out my layout
hope you have a lovely day
enjoy
Tan XX :)

7 comments:

Alz said...

Wow!!! I love love love what you have done with the WW1 challenge this month! And how beautiful does Miss K look?!?!?!?! xx

Belinda said...

Beautiful layout Tanyah!! Thanks for playing along at WW1. :-)

Deb said...

This is beautiful. I love your background and that little pompom flower is fabulous.

lindy said...

Love the texture Tanyah fantastic page ...thanks for playing along at WW1

Tanyah Payne said...

Thankyou for your lovely comments, your all so sweet and very kind, MWAH xxoo :)

Paula said...

Fabulous texture created on the background paper! Brilliant take on the challenge, hope you'll join in more often ;)

Di Garling said...

Hi Tanya, love your masking/Misting & I also love how you have textured your background with a heat gun!!! I will definately have to try this. It looks fab. Thanks for the kind words over on my blog. Cheers Di x