Friday, 1 March 2013

P is for Peeking Elements....March Challenge at Scrapology.

Spring is just around the corner and that can only mean one thing....we have just rolled into March!!! It doesn't seem 5 minutes ago that it was Christmas does it? So, over at Scrapology this month we have had the lovely pleasure of lifting a gorgeous layout by our very own Lovely Lynn
Her technique was to have elements peeking out from behind somewhere on the layout and also to follow the sketch provided of her original, lovely layout.
I made 2 layouts for this month( both using the same photo infact!!) and this is my first ( and favourite) one.

I broke out some old Basic Grey paper....from the Curio range I believe. I backed the photo onto a torn piece of pizza box and swiped it with some Texture Paste and then added some flowers cut from a sheet of Curio....a little ripping, scrunching, tearing  here and there and tucking in some bits and bobs and that was about it really :)

I added a pearly swirl which I cut into pieces to make it stretch further ;)

Lynn's beautiful original page that we lifted and the sketch we would like you to work from.
If you pop over to the Scrapology blog you can see the beautiful pages created for you by the DT and who knows, hopefully it will inspire you to join in the challenge.

So....that's a cool sketch to use...and have fun with creating some peeking elements....and you have right the way round til April 5th to enter. the weekend is right upon us so why not make the most of your time and have a play with your lush paper stash over the weekend...if your layout wins there is a fab prize up for grabs!

Warmest wishes Anita xx


  1. Beautiful layout Anita. Love that pearly swirl. Lush.

  2. So beautiful Anita, love the way you add things to bring the pages together :)


  3. Hi Anita, I have nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award.

    Sharon x

  4. Lovely page Anita - sophisticated colour scheme and so full of that luscious detail. x

  5. Love this page - all the texture and layers, love the flowers and pearls against the corrugated card - brilliant! :o)