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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

She brightens my everyday ....

So I know it's the last day of the month, so am cutting it just a wee fine but I really wanted to complete at least one challenge this month. I loved the criteria for the first challenge at Daring You to Scrap this month which was to make your background from scraps. Lets face it, no one has a shortage of those!

I was originally inspired by a pin on Pinterest but after choosing my photo decided to replicate the rainbow colours off her t-shirt. 


That little face brightens my every day so I thought a rainbow coloured page was very fitting. 

I raided the scrap drawers to get the right range of colours for the base and then cut a 1" square from each ... no two squares are the same. I then punched circles from some old Bella paper and folded each circle around a square.


I mounted the photo on thick chipboard and wrapped the twine bow around it. It was something I stashed away that was the wrapping on some handmade stuff I bought ... see everything comes in handy one day! ;)


Then anywhere 3 or more squares met I handstitched a coordinating button at the junction.

I really love how this page turned out and think it's my fave yet, even if it is very different to what I would normally do :)

TFL Star xx

8 comments:

Marie (Mazz) said...

alot of hard and beautiful work Amanda, TFS,

Lou said...

S.T.U.N.N.I.N.G.!!!!!!!!! You are getting more and more creative and I love it :D

Leonie said...

Oh wow Amanda, this is gorgeous. I'm a sucker for rainbows and this one is SUPER!

donna said...

Gorgeous Star! Just like your gorgeous girl
D xxx

ree10 said...

This is just gorgeous!!! Extremely clever too, well done!!

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Sharryn Thomson said...

Wow this is very creative! Looks great!
Thanks for playing along with us this month. :)

Shazz said...

That is such am amazing technique Amanda.....I sat and looked at it for ages trying to work out how you did it before scrolling down to see how you actually created it.
And so effective too.....I may just "borrow it"