Saturday, 1 February 2014

You Colour My World.

Good afternoon, evening or morning depending on what part of the world you are in! I have another post to share with you today this time for Color Me Scrappy blog.
This is the first colour challenge for February and what lovely summery colours to play with!
The twist is to use this sketch with the colour combination.
Here is my page for the challenge and as you can see I substituted the paper strips for rows of punched butterflies in the colours of the challenge.
Each of the butterflies has been stitched to the page by hand to add a bit of interest to them.
As I only had one photo I replaced the top photo in the sketch with a frame, tags and more butterflies!
I hope you can join us this month over at Color Me Scrappy and to see all the design teams takes on the challenge and the rules of play just hop on over to the CMS blog HERE.
Thanks for dropping by and hope you are having a fab weekend! xx


9 comments:

  1. I love the sewing detail on the butterflies! I enjoy looking at your work! I have missed it so (that is of course my fault!). Thanks for the inspiration -- I am going to see if I have the right photos and colors to play along with this challenge!

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  2. I love the rows of butterflies! Great colors and sketch! I need some summery colors - the weather here has been so drab lately!

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  3. Very nice Kerry! Love your rows of butterflies and your hand stitch on top of all of them is the perfect touch.

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  4. Very pretty Kerry. Your butterflies are so cute.

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  5. Such an amazing and fun layout! I absolutely love that photo and how you used the butterflies on your gorgeous page!

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  6. This is super cute! You did a fabulous job with the sketch and the color combo! Love that stitching!

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  7. Love what you did with the butterflies! Wonderful! And everything else looks good too :) Fresh and beautiful layout!

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  8. beautiful page, loving the butterflies and the cluster where the journalling is, perfect!

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