Wednesday, November 7, 2012

November Challenge: Itty Bitty

Yes I told you to watch for the Itty Bitty stuff and here it comes. Kelly posted the November Challenge: Itty Bitty. Use tiny photos!!! So, that means smaller than wallet size, I won't be too picky, not gonna measure them...but the smaller the better!! And since we are using small photos, you should have lots of them, at least 3!! To go along with the Itty Bitty theme, please use at least 2 different "itty bitty" embellishments, some little bits and pieces of somethin!

Well now of course I had just been to visit my Niece and my sister. Of course I had to take pics of my Niece's baby boy, Timothy... and of course they fit right into the challenge.  I used Anna Griffin papers and cut the stars on my Cricut then proceeded to emboss them in order to make them into Barn Stars... thank you Laura for the directions.  I made the little black roses and used Tim Holtz film strip ribbon. Just click on the picture for a larger view.

The next one is a bit complicated to explain because I combined three challenges. I used the Mojo Monday sketch (which is the only one you can combine on the Flying Unicorn with any other challenge) and combined it with Maggi's
Poetry in Motion challenge....I would like you to find a bit of poetry and do a layout with the poem as your journaling and the subject of the poem must be the subject of your project.- Can do a LO, tag, card, whatever you like,- Poem must be visible on your project- Subject of poem must be focus of project
Now the Flying Unicorn is also sponsoring CSI challenge site so I also combined it with their "case no.44"... see told you it was complicated LOL
Anyway, without further ado, here is my layout.  The colours required were Teal, Yellow, White, Grey and Orange. Evidence used is flowers and a frame. Testimony..framed my story. Click on the picture to see a larger image and to read the poem.

What is Washi Tape????? I am going to find out next.. stay tuned and you will too I promise. :)

1 comment:

Colleen said...

Jackie you are on such a roll with the challenges, love them. Your work just keeps better and better.