Tuesday, April 02, 2013

We Lived Beneath The Waves

On each of the tables, at Escape 2 Create,
there was a gorgeous easel and chalkboard.
And with each chalkboard was a piece of chalk and a yellow sponge to clean the chalkboard.
Our sponge had been used so had splashes of black and grey over the yellow.
For my third page (I will share the second one later) I was set a little challenge.
While at retreat the gorgeous Nicole Aspinall sat next to me, at table 10.
When I made my pages she was intrigued and we chatted about processes etc.
She told me that I should make a page based on the colours of the sponge.
So I did!

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Again, this page was made with play in mind

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Lots of playful, fun layers

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adding bits and pieces that I loved

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like some thread that I found on the floor,

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And a cool felt arrow from {ScrAp this!}  

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Love a challenge that inspires you to play
AND
Have fun!!
Just don’t tell Nicole that this colour combo is one of my favourites!

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8 comments:

  1. this was amazing IRL…. just so much texture and deliciousness. And that photo is awesome.

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  2. LOL you were SO close to getting her to play with paper again too. FABULOUS FABULOUS work!!

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  3. I just LOVE this layout and it was awesome seeing it come to life before my eyes! So much dimension and texture! xx

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  4. love love love
    so thrilled to see your creativity IRL
    xxx

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  5. LOVE this piece.
    Loving all the layers and depth.
    And LOVE that you took up the challenge and ran with it.
    xx

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  6. Love it! Who needs patterned paper when you have all kinds of bits and pieces to creat your own canvas? Love the story too, explains just a little of the mirth drifting from your table towards us :-)

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  7. Amazing page Sharmaine, looks like it was fun to create, wish I coulda seen the evolution irl :-)

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  8. I just adore you pages so much Sharmaine and this is no exception. I love all the details and that is a great colour palette.

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