Saturday, July 10, 2010

Paper Patch Crafts Challenge

Anne over at Paper Patch Crafts is having a fun challenge on her facebook fan page that I thought I would participate in.  I have really been missing the opportunities to play in my craftroom and thought this morning would be a good time to do so.  Anne's challenge was for us to create a layout that is inspired by a logo or ad of a product.  I really was stumped on this one and thought about it for a few days.  It really opened my eyes to advertising and what we take for granted when we look at the work that goes into making a product appealing to the consumer.  But, what it came down to for me was when I started having my own children and discovered that I was going to be blessed with sons and no daughters....I missed the opportunities I would have had playing with little girls and all the foo-foo stuff that I love, but of course my sons were not interested in.  So, with a grand-daughter soon arriving...what speaks GIRL any more than Barbie?  (I love Barbie)  And, here is what I came up with.

I am sure I will be buying her some cute little pink and purple polka-dot outfit to go with this page!!

Items used: 
Font: Makin' the Grade Cricut Cartridge
Butterflies:  Simply Sweet Cricut Cartridge
Paper:  Making Memories, Paper Pizzazz, Bazzill

Don't forget!!  You still have time to participate in our "Fun In the Sun" challenge going on now through the 18th of July.  Submit ANY summer inspired creation you have made recently.  Use any of your favorite tools.  One randomly picked winner will receive a full sheet of unmounted stamps from My Heart Stamps For You (our design team sponsor)


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