When I heard the word "Pagerize" for the first time in the crafty word, the first thought I had was "virtual or physical paging," but surely this had nothing to do with Operating Systems. Kathy from Scrap our Stash is hosting a new type of challenge called "Pagerize This." Best would be if you hopped over to the post that explains "pagerizing."
To be honest, I was a little stumped by this challenge, since Kathy's layout was just so brilliant in so many ways. What I fell in love with was the sequencing of the pictures. So I decided to center my concept on that. Combine that thought with the latest Embellish challenge, which called for squares, the concept of panels and sequencing started coming about. The other inspiration actually came from the sponsor's name and logo: Inchie Arts. I had this picture of a caterpillar inching along from panel to panel. But then I realized I didn't have any appropriate images to inch across the panels.
Luckily I had picked out some coordinating materials to fulfill the color portion. While mindlessly playing with an array of New Leaf Vintage Buttons, the idea hit me like an oncoming astroid. And a card was born:
To match the silver shiny sentiment, I threaded the buttons with silver twine. Some were four-hole buttons, others are two. Absolutely love how it just came together.
For material deets, hop on over to my blog.
Remember, that for Scrap Our Stash "Pagerize This" challenge there is surprise participation candy to be had! Make sure to click on "Email Me" link on the left of my blog or leave in the comments field how I can get in touch with you, when you have submitted your contributions.