November 18, 2011
November Recipe Challenge by Tammy
Design Team Member Tammy submitted this layout for the November Recipe Challenge. She said:
I love love love recipe challenges, and was so excited to do this one. I think the hardest part for me was only using two patterned papers, but I did it! The photos are of my husband and our oldest daughter as she enjoys a yummy ice cream sundae after dinner at Red Robin. Unfortunately she got brain freeze, I just love the faces she's making! My layout recipe included:
5 embellishments: cardstock stickers, chipboard sticker, pearls, flower, and cardstock diecut
4 words in my title: She Has Brain Freeze!
2 patterned papers: Echo Park Co.
1 solid paper: Bazzill cardstock
Now let's see what you can do! You have two choices. Follow this recipe:
5 embelishments (flowers, buttons, etc)
4 words or letters in your title
2 pattern papers
1 solid paper
You can do a layout containing a recipe - maybe one of your family's favorite Thanksgiving dish or a family recipe.
To participate in the November Recipe Challenge - just complete a project using one of the challenges mentioned above and email a picture of your project along with a description to Scrappinpsycho@live.com All submissions will be posted to The Scrap Our Stash blog and on November 30th a winner will be chosen, and given the opportunity to be a Guest Design Team Member for the month of January. This challenge ends at midnight central time on November 30th
Posted by Get the Picture by Kathy at 10:01 PM
Labels: Layout, November Recipe Challenge, Tammy
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Adorable photos and I love the color scheme!ReplyDelete
What an adorable layout. Love the pp's you used along with all the other elements. Such cute photos! Love it!ReplyDelete
Hi Tammy I likeyour cute layout with the little girl and pink and blue papers!ReplyDelete
And the "brain freeze" is so clever - I have such problems in finding good titles...
How cute and sweet!! I love those photos!! Great title!!ReplyDelete
Super photos - I hadn't heard the term brain freeze before but it is very descriptive. You overcame the limit on patterned paper beautifully. Elizabeth xReplyDelete
Cute papers and color combo! Love your design and too cute photos!!ReplyDelete
LOL! What a great thing to document! I love the colours and paper pattern choices!ReplyDelete
Cute - and the pictures have captured the Brain Freeze so well! Great use of the recipe.ReplyDelete
I love the background paper, great layout!ReplyDelete