Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Lucky In Life - Papercraft Star & I Brake For Stamps

I am so excited to share my layout with you this week! It is my design team project for both Papercraft Star and I Brake For Stamps!! I combined Papercraft Star's challenge with the great stamps from IBFS!

The challenge at Papercraft star this week is to create a St. Patrick's Day inspired project using this photograph as your inspiration.


Photograph From Amy Atlas Events


I have to say that my layout is a far cry from the photo but I did pull the green colors out of the photograph. As far as the St. Patrick's Day theme, I titled my project Lucky In Life.

I used the Numbers Background and Ruler Stamps from I Brake For Stamps to add interest to my background. For some reason when I think of Luck, I think of numbers, I guess because some people have a lucky number. The ruler goes out to 8 "inches" but I cut it off at 6 and added the button so that the ruler only showed 1 - 4 since we are a family of 4.


I also played with a little acrylic paint on the background of my layout for interest and a grungy look. I did my journaling around the perimeter of the page, and you know I had to add one of my crocheted flowers!!

I just love the way this layout came out!!

Remember to use my coupon code, SAVE10REGAN at checkout at I Brake For Stamps to save 10% off your order!

Please join us over at Papercraft Star for this fun challenge!!
You have today through Sunday March 20th at 9:00PM EST to submit your entries! 

Our Grand Prize Sponsor and Design Team Sponsor this month is...



The Prize for this challenge...

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Thank you so much for stopping by today!
Regan

I am also entering this layout at...
The Kraft Journal for Challenge #10

Supply List:
card stock: Kraft by The Paper Studio
Patterned Paper: Classic K Charlotte by K&Company
Ink: Tea Dye and Walnut Stain Distress Inks by Ranger and Purely Pomegranate by Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Numbers Background and Ruler by www.IBrakeForStamps.com and Manuscript background by Hero Arts
Tools: small eyelet, crop-a-dile, distressor by Stampin' Up!, and Dymo Label Buddy with black tape
Other: Sage Green Acrylic Paint, paint brush, Roam Embossed sticker by K&Company, Scotch Foam Tape, ATG, Glue Dots, brown buttons, thread, Lucky You Chip by Colorbok, flower chip piece unknown, calendar by Stampin' Up! and crocheted flower by me!



10 comments:

Kristina said...

I love love love this layout Regan!! So many little things to add interest, it's great. Love your crochet flower too, I need to come visit you for a lesson!!

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

Awww Regan... this layout is so fantastic! I adore everything about it...great work and to be able to combine two DT projects... EVEN BETTER!!! :-)

Jen Cuthbertson said...

Regan, this is such a great layout! I love the green and that little calendar you added! You are totally inspiring me to try to do a bit of scrapping!!

Chrissy D said...

This is beautiful!

C Stephens said...

Another fantastic layout Regan. I love your style as a scrapper!

Tracy said...

Oh my gosh Regan, I LOVE this picture of your family! What a great shot! You created a beautiful layout to showcase it too. The ruler idea is wonderful and of course you know I love your crocheted flowers. Awesome job and I'm so glad you entered it in the challenge this week at The Kraft Journal!

♥♥♥Jan ♥♥♥ said...

I was so impressed with this when it popped up on the DT blog, and I was really excited to have it in our PCS reveal this week. Not only is it lovely, but it sure tells us a whole story about you and your family. Brought little wee tears into my eyes. I know people often say thanks for sharing, but that really comes from my heart today - the best kind of project is one that makes people feel a connection !

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, wow! How fabulous! I just adore this layout. What awesome stamping. Love the touches of paint on the background, too, and adore the tape measure. Really fantastic!
Thanks so much for sharing this with us at the Kraft Journal.

Angi @ CokiePop said...

Awwww what a sweet layout. Love the tape measure and cute embellies on your page. :)

Kimberly Anne said...

Regan, this layout is so adorable. But I really love the photo! How happy you all look together!