I have a fun layout to share that was submitted at From Screen 2 Scrap for their May Inspiration Movie Poster Challenge. You can see the challenge here.
Here's the movie poster:
And the criteria:
1 pt. = A bit of green cardstock somewhere on your page.
2 pts. = Black title.
3 pts. = Bricks (Stencil, mask, hand made, from pp, painted).
I wasn't sure about this challenge... until I found this photo of our cat and I knew it would be PERFECT for my layout!
Here's what I created:
This cat was always looking for something HIGH to climb on, so when this makeshift plank was made so I could paint the walls, Tom was lovin every minute of it! On another note, I was NOT! I was a bit nervous (actually down right scared) about standing on this plank! Good grief... I was happy to finish painting this very high wall!! Phew!!
I used all 3 of the criteria listed above.
1 pt. = The cardstock background is green (a light green... but it's still green).
2 pts. = My title is black.
3 pts. = Bricks
Paper: Colorbok, My Mind's Eye
Clear Black Sticker Letters
Black Cardstock Title Letters
Die Cut Cat Face: Home Made
Gems: Home Made
Metallic Rub ons
Bricks Stencil: Home Made
Mister Huey's Color Mist: Dewey
Sketch: Page Maps (Oct 2007)
I made these cute cat faces some time ago and found them in my stash! I used the metallic rub ons around the edges and rubbed some onto the flowers too. The larger flower was tucked under the "ear" and a gem was also added, which left the ear standing out for some dimension.
My journaling was added below the photo.
Since the mist I used for the bricks were a bit light... I used the metallic rub ons (a variety of colors) and randomly brushed them onto each brick.
I was hoping to get a photo of the slight shimmer from the rub ons.
I decided on a similar title as the movie poster, which I thought was perfect for my page.
I lightly rubbed metallic rub ons on each letter.
Here's my flower grouping with the home made gems. I used various colors of the rub ons for each flower too.
Here's a closer look at how the rub ons add a bit of fun color to the flowers.
A closer look at the flowers and gems. I used metallic paint on the gems.
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Have a wonderful day!