Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Papercraft Star - Challenge 17

This week at Papercraft Star
 we are giving you a little photo inspiration!


All the circles really caught my eye in this photo, the lanterns in the top right corner and the circles on the table cloth. When I saw sketch #124 from Creative Scrappers with this photo inspiration from Papercraft Star in mind the ideas started flying and turned itself into this "Doggone Scary" layout!


By flipping the sketch upside down the circles around the photo area was moved to the top right corner and I was left with all the room at the bottom to mimic the circles in the table cloth. The circles also help to highlight my little Dalmatian's spots!! :)


I used a Coluzzle and 3 different circle punches to cut out all my circles. I popped some of the circles up on pop dots at different heights to give the layout some dimension!


I used the Diamonds in the Rough Cuttlebug embossing folder on the piece of silver card stock and then sanded it to make it stand out. I also sanded the foil letters to take away some of the shine and then inked them with some Basic Black ink by Stampin' Up! to soften them.


This was such a fun layout and I hope you will give it a try!!


You can post your entries for this photo inspiration challenge at Papercraft Star now through Saturday October 16th at Noon EST! Be sure to come back by Papercraft Star to cast your vote for your favorite project Saturday through Monday October 18th at midnight EST.

Now for the small print!

Supplies:
Card Stock: Whisper White by Stampin' up! and Silver by American Crafts
Patterned Paper: Hounds tooth and Spider Web from The Midnight Spell stack by DCWV, Red with dots and Black with dots from Rockabilly Specialty by Stampin' Up!, and Orange and green damask from Stampin' Up!
Ink: Basic Black by Stampin' Up!
Tools: Nail File, BigKick, Diamonds in the Rough embossing folder by Cuttlebug, Coluzzle, 1 3/4 inch Circle Punch by EK Success, and 3/4 inch and 1 inch circle punches from Stampin' Up!
Other: Pop dots, foil foam alphabet by Colorbok, Ebony Permanent Marker by Martha Stewart

4 comments:

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Cuuuute LO! What a precious Dalmation ;)

Tracy said...

You did such a fantastic job on this layout Regan. Love your title. LOL Great elements!

Kristina said...

Regan, this is just too adorable! I love what you did for this layout and those pictures just take the cake!!!

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

I just love, love, love this adorable layout Regan! And ohhh... your little girl is just a doll in that costume!