Friday, January 6, 2012

Get Picky GDT Inspiration Challenge #15

Happy New Year!

With the start of the New Year, comes another really fun Inspiration Challenge from Get Picky.  For this one, you are challenged to create a multi photo layout about something that you might resolve to do this year.  It can be anything that you please or you can draw inspiration from the poem posted, as I did for my Guest Designer layout.  There is lots to choose from that will resonate with many. 

Supplies: patterned papers, chipboard, stickers (Crate Paper), fabric chipboard letters (American Crafts), pin (Maya Road), flower jewels (CTMH), buttons, heart jewels and twine (miscellaneous), pen (Creative Memories)

I drew my inspiration from this line of the poem "Find time in each day to see the beauty and love in the world around you." Which you can see is my title and journaling. This is something that both my dd and I should and will try to do this New Year. With the constant go-go of our everyday lives, it is important to stop, take a moment and focus on the people and nature around you and appreciate them.

I used Crate Paper's Random collection featured in My Scrapbook Nook's September 2011 kit. Such a gorgeous line full of bright and playfully pretty colours. There is just something about this one that I liked so much, it even made my Top 10 for 2011.  In fact, four of my favs were from Get Picky challenges.  Thanks Tanya and Nikki for the inspiration!

To see some seriously spectacular eye-candy check out the DT's takes on this challenge.  The full poem and details can be found here.  Be sure to join in for a chance to win and be featured.

TTFN,

3 comments:

Helen Tilbury said...

Wow Cassandra I think this is absolutely beautiful! Well done!! And all the best for 2012 too :)

Monique Liedtke said...

What a great layout! Love the photos and the papers/colors you chose! and great what a great way to use the twine!

Sherri said...

Your daughter is so beautiful Cassandra. Love this layout you worked so wonderfully with that Crate line, it's one of my all time favorite lines.