Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Off the Rails July Challenge!

Welcome to July and my first DT challenge reveal. (I don't know about you, but I get incredibly excited on the 1st of each month with all the new challenges announced.) This month I am starting off with the new challenge at Off the Rails Scrapbooking.

This month, there is TWO mood palettes to choose from, so you can pick the one to suit you best...



Here is what I created using the second one. (I loved the soft colours, but went slightly "off the rails" by adding a few tiny splashes of turquoise to it.)

{Papers by Glitz Designs; Kaisercraft; Heidi Swapp. Transparency by Hambly Screen Prints}

The inspiration for the title of this layout came from the fact that since the boys were born, it seems like every second person comes up to me and says "you've got your hands full" (along with several other stereotypical comments). The photo was taken by my dear friend Anthea when she was holidaying with her family here in Qld and I have waited a long time to use it. (Thanks Ant! X)

{Charms Creations heart; D-lish Scraps flowers; Rainbow Splendour vellum dots}

{D-lish Scraps flowers, sequin bow and hand-dyed muslin; American Crafts Dear Lizzy die cut}

Thanks for stopping by so I could share my work with you. I hope you will join us for this month's challenge at Off the Rails, there is a fabulous prize on offer from Imaginarium Designs! Entries close at the end of the month.
Happy scrapping! X

7 comments:

Lizzyc said...

Oh I am with you sue, love the second palette the best! I love your layout, so beautiful... And love the quote too.. The whole page is full,of love!

Kripa Koushik said...

what a lovely layout. When i saw the two moodboard was thinking about going with the first, but your interpretation is definitely drawing me to the second

Jasmine S said...

Loooove that photo Sue and I might just have to use that quote one day. Perfect page.

Amanda Baldwin said...

A truly fabulous page ! ♡ ♡ ♡ (I love ur photo too - such a perfect everyday moment captured) :)

Ali said...

Wow! You've rocked this colour palette Sue, your LO is stunning. Gorgeous photo <3

Leeann Pearce said...

This is awesome love the layers and the colours.

Lyne Blodgett said...

Love the addition of turquoise...really pulls the whole thing together