January 2014 - Week 3

This winter has been really hard on me and I needed something bright and rainbow-ish to cheer me up... Since I couldn't find anything, I decided to design my own... I'm having fun on Lynne-Marie's Design Team creating journal cards with her designs, so I found a color scheme I liked that was bright and rainbow-ish and used her mixed media brushes to create these cards... I'm sooo in LOVE with how they turned out and they were soooo perfect for what I was looking for!!! I also printed some of CD Muckosky's cards and elements and my fave label set from Amy Wolff. This is a really simple page compared to my normal pages but I just loved the cards so much I didn't feel the need to add anything else and wanted them to SHINE!!! I also created this for a challenge I was hosting at The Lilypad, to create a title using 5 or more different alphas (credits linked below)... it was soooo fun creating this title card and I really love how it turned out.

Oh... and before I forget to mention... I got these cool filters that turn your lens into a macro lens... and I had just gotten them and it was snowing out and I had to try it out... that's the photo in the top left using my 50mm 1.4... I think I'm gonna try to use my zoom lens next time and see how that works... but I'm totally excited to give these filters a try with snowflakes and other things!!!

Chalk It Up: Big Dreamer by CD Muckosky
A Blessed Life by CD Muckosky
Happy Chips: Bright + Beautiful by CD Muckosky
Mega Label Pack by Amy Wolff
Michelle Godin's Teeny Tiny Alphas
Jacque Larsen's Black Tie Affair
Valorie Wibben's Sassmouth alpha w/ Lauren Reid
Kate Hadfield's Snippets 2
Kaye Winiecki's Off Base
Kaye Winiecki's Hexies
Becky Higgins Project Life Design A page protector and journaling pens, Studio Calico gold stars and wood veneer arrows, Tim Holtz alpha stickers, Pebbles roller stamp, Tombow adhesive, Canon Pixma, white cardstock, Silhouette Portrait

and here you can see the preview of the cards I created using Lynne-Marie's brushes



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