When Christy said that this week's challenge at Scrap Your Story was to include at least two sentences of journaling I sort of jumped up and down. So easy peasy. I was able to find quite a bit of additional inspiration for my page from the challenges I'm linking to below.
Don't forget that our challenges run for a week, following this order:
Week 1: Use it (you will be given an item you must incporporate).
Week 2: Theme (your layout and/or photos needs to show this theme).
Week 3: Sketch (flip it, rotate it, tweak it...as long as we can see the basics there).
Week 4: Technique (we will describe/show a technique you must include somewhere).This week I pulled out some total eyerollers. There's the parent joke that kids only want to play with the box? Well, this Christmas my kids opened all the presents and ignored them in favor of the Buzz Lightyear's that we acquired this summer. Really?! Thanks kids.
Or maybe it's because mom was lame about put finger paint in their stockings... anyway.
To get my misting to show up nicely I had to darken the page a bit, making the images dark but you certainly get the idea. ;)
Scrap Our Stash
Use 1 polka dot and 1 stripe paper. Use 1 bird/bee/butterfly (I stamped it on the blue banner, but there's lots of rockets and those fly!)
Kerys - use hand stitching, a punch, mixed alphas
Kristi B. - use something that flies
Rochelle - color scheme
Brenda - sketch
Bazzill textured cardstock, yellow
AC Kraft and Classics collection (aqua)
Fancy Pants Rough and Tough (black dots and stripes)
Echo Park For the Record (red dots)
Amy Tangerine Sketchbook (blue banner)
MME All is Bright (tags)
Martha Stewart Rocket punch
Color Box pigment black ink
WRMK random stitch sew head
Ranger Enamel Accents, white and black
Ranger Glossy Accents
Jenni Bowlin mini alphas
October Afternoon mini market alphas
Paper Studios circle paper clips
Unity Stamp Co. butterfly stamp
Studio Calico graph mask
October Afternoon Sprinklers Wheatfield
brown embroidery floss