Sunday, August 17, 2014

PaperCrafter's Corner and DCVW Challenges! WooHoo!

     I was going through paper withdrawals!  I moved my craftroom from one end of the house to the other, which also meant clearing a bedroom, redressing the family room and another bedroom, a major furniture shuffle!  It took every bit of two weeks.  During that time there was no papercrafting!  Oh, the horrors, I know!  So, alas, everything has a place and everyplace is filled, not necessarily with the things that go there, but close enough!  So. . .
Another page in DGD's Page-a Month (not necessarily in order)!
Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 63 Inspiration Piece (image)
Magazine Monday Week 63
      PaperCrafter's Corner had a one day extension on the Magazine Monday challenge!  Did I need that! I tried to stay with the color palette of the inspiration, the costumey look of the character and the decorated face!  LOL!  DGD's is chocolate, of course.
    I also decided to use the sketch from the DCWV Stack-a-holic challenge.  I stamped and embossed the background in order to stay with the colors from PaperCrafter's Corner.  Then I had fun layering textures.  I used the Spring Cardstock stack for the 12 x 12 and added from the Corrugated Stack, the Printed Craft Stack and a very old Mulberry Matstack.  I cut each in half to give the impression they were longer than they are.  :o)
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DCVW August Stack-a-holic Challenge



It sure felt good to be playing with paper again!

2 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness Suzi! These are just about the cutest pictures ever and I love that you wrote playful journaling. I hope you made another set of beaters for "Papa". LOL! I love your take on the magazine cover at PCC.

    I bet your new crafting area is really great and I am so glad you are already back to crafting. Paper withdrawals can be really tough.

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  2. SO ADORABLE. She is such a cutie and really great pics you got and you show them off well.

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