April’s challenge at Scrap It Girl is to create a project using only black and white and one additional color.
I decided to stick with mostly white — using black and yellow as an accent — and play with texture. Here’s what I came up with ….
This is one of my new chickens, Emma, an Ameraucana hen. She’ll lay blue eggs when she grows up. Chickens grow so fast and change so quickly, I take lots of pictures and I thought this one would be perfect for this month’s challenge.
I started by ripping a piece of paper (Stampin’ Up), folded the corner, stapled it and then adhered it to white cardstock. Then I used Texture Paste and a Dylusions stencil to add to the background.
I triple matted the photo to make Emma really stand out and cut out a little tag for her name. I also added some white embossed chicken feet to the area under the tag, but they are hard to see.
I also added a few ribbons and some vintage buttons to the page.
Then I added a few fibers and some little pearls.
(I know there is a pink cast to my pages … it was the only way I could get all of the white layers to really show up in the photo).
Now it is your turn. Create a project using only the colors white, black and one other. A project can be anything … a card, scrapbook page, home decor, banner, altered art, mixed media …. whatever you choose. Then share it at Scrap It Girl before the end of April. You could win a great selection of prizes! Good luck!!
So very adorable!! Hugs, Robin