The Color Room


Happy weekend everybody! Hope you’re enjoying a wonderful Sunday. We are!!

Last night I got the chance to do some scrapbooking. It was NICE!! The picture I used was the one I did a tutorial on at TDC. While I was looking for some inspiration I came upon the Color Room’s colors and sketch. The sketch I didn’t quite follow all the way. I have the title and three photos and although the journaling isn’t quite where it’s suppose to be on the sketch I did add some. I don’t journal much on my pages. While I love scrapbook sketches I’m not a big fan of color challenges. Unlike cards it’s very hard for me to stick to certain colors on a page. There are just too many pretty embellishments or paper with other colors on it ya know. But I did it and pretty happy with the end result. The page is pretty simple. It just looks busy with all the patterns on the paper.

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Let me see… all that you see here came from part of a Studio Calico kit and an October’08 Scarlet Lime kit. Yes, I am still trying to use my old stash up! There is a KI Memories La-Di-Dah flower button, some Prima flowers and alpha, Martha Stewart butterfly punch, Basic Grey paper and stickers, and Creative Imaginisce paper.


That’s that and more later!!

11 thoughts on “The Color Room

  1. wow…. I love this page…. it’s lovely, as always 🙂
    And yes, I have problems with color challenges too…. but I find that challenging for cards as well…. 😛

  2. this is just fabulous and the colours are just right. Otherwise, its hard to see teh pictures if there are too many colours.
    I love the layout, and flutters flow that you had created along the way. Beautiful. The chipboards letterings just enhance the relationship of the two siblings.
    I totally love this page. 😀

  3. cute cute! I luv it, looks like you did lot of work bec of the pattern but you really didn’t. You won’t believe this but i’m seriously considering scrap booking because i realized i have a lot of stuff that i need to use and can’t fit on my cards most of the time, so yeah, scrap-booking is on my agenda 🙂 it’s gunna be a difficult transition but ima give it a try, so thanks for the inspiration!


  4. Man, this looks SO PRETTY!!! Great job, love it! Especially how the blue border ties in with the blue-ness of the photos, and the rest is understated and kinda eclectic… mmh nnnice ^^

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