Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Anything Goes!

It's time again for a new theme at Southern Girls and this time the challenge is simply

I fancied a change this time and decided on making a layout so although I didn't use an image, we still have some great sponsors this time so don't forget to check out the challenge blog for full details.

This isn't quite what I had planned but whilst checking through my supplies for suitable papers I found some corrugated card that I had saved from ages ago, I have seen some great work on Pinterest using it and had great fun distressing it, peeling back the paper layer to reveal the wavy lines beneath. I added some texture paste and distress inks to my card base too, quite liberating for a CAS girlie, I even sprinkled on some Brushos for good measure.

I'm using this layout for the following challenges:-

Sisterhood of Crafters, No DP,
Use Your Stuff 222, texture or modelling paste,
Unstampabelles57, Creative Upcycling,
We love to Create, Mixed Media.

Thanks for stopping by,


Wendy Nicola Jackson said...

Love this Julie! What a fabulous layout. How funny so many of us went for scrapbook layouts this challenge. Utterly love what you did with the corrugated board. I have seen that used a bit lately too in blogland and it does look so fab. Gorgeous images, beautifully captured memories. Hugs, Wends x

Chris said...

This is fabulous Julie, a lovely L/O and you've managed to include 5 photos without making it look cluttered!
Brought back memories of classes when we sat all evening moving pieces of paper around... and achieving very little...while others finished 3 layouts! Still we did have a laugh!
Hope you're keeping well!

missgailly said...

GORGEOUS layout! Love that distressed background. Thanks for playing along with us at USE YOUR STUFF - Gail

Darlene said...

FANTASTIC! What a wonderful layout! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood’s ‘NO DESIGNER PAPER’ challenge and please come back again soon!
one of the 'Sistahs'
The Sisterhood of Crafters

Susan Hogan said...

Lovely work Julie - a great page indeed. Thanks for sharing this with us at Unstampabelles.