Thursday, October 18, 2012

Scrap Africa - Challenge #10

The new Scrap Africa challenge has been posted to the blog and it's a really GREAT challenge!!  Here is the details . . .

"After some thoughts we decided to make the white challenge! and if you wish you can add one color of your choice, but white must remain the main color, it must dominate.
You can make a card or a layout or altered art.  You can also use a bit of kraft."

The Scrap Africa Team has some beautiful examples on the blog . . . be sure to stop by and check out their wonderful creations!

I've been playing for a while with an idea in my head.  I wanted to do a layout celebrating the birth of our gorgeous grandson, Llewellyn.  I've done layouts of his birth, but not one about him being a New Years baby . . . to us, this is so special!  This challenge was perfect for this idea.  Here is what I created . . . 

Products:  Bazzill, Bo Bunny, Kaisercraft, Ranger, Prima
This is one of the very first photos of this little man!  I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut the border around the page and the butterflies.  



I'm so happy with the end result!!  Thanks for stopping by and have a GREAT Thursday!!


8 comments:

  1. Oh wow Roulien...the blue and the white are just stunning! That little fella is just too precious! Beauitul and soft layout...and love the simplicity with the special details! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Scrap Africa!

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    1. Thanks Denise!! He's very precious to us!!

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  2. Roulien your layout is absolutely GORGEOUS, so soft and pretty. Perfect for your precious little grandson. Thanks for playing along with us again. Smiles, Rene' :)

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    1. Thanks Rene!! I love the Scrap Africa challenges!

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  3. The blue and white is so beautiful. Congrats on making the top 3 with Sketch 10;-)

    Beautiful layout once again. Thank you for playing along with us.

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  4. Roulien,
    this is such a beautiful layout...so "soft" and pretty! Love the simplicity of it! ;-)

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