There is a display team called The Red Arrows!
I got caught up on last week with my forest palette:
Monday, April 8: Alphabet or Numbers
Tuesday, April 9: Painted
Wednesday April 10: Multiple Patterns
Thursday April 11: Border
Friday April 12: Scatter/Irregular Pattern
Saturday April 13: Start with a Photo (from one of my own photos)
Sunday April 14: Damask
Another one with my forest palette.
Monday, April 15: Plaid
Tuesday, April 16: Grunge
Thursday April 18: Doodles
Here is my words paper:
Friday April 19: Embossed
Yay! Since I had the day off I actually got ahead of the game with this palette.
Saturday April 20: Arrows
Wednesday April 17: Words
Sunday April 21: Glitter
Here is my arrow paper for the 20th:
My glittery paper.
My doodles: Got my brushes at HG Designs. Lots of freebies there.
My embossed. Yep, I cheated a little and used one of Marisa's overlays.
It's looking great everyone! Here are my arrows for today:
Here is mine for tomorrow (out all day):
Glitter is not my thing. So I glittered the cupcakes, but it is not overwhelming visable
Here is my paper with glitter for April 21. I just made a paper with glitter accents:
Whew, what a busy week this has been. I've had these done for a while (with the exception of the doodle paper...still not sure I really like it...but it's my first attempt at something like that completely from scratch) but didn't have time to post. So here they are...
Glitter: Sorry, it's turkey season here and I can't get camouflage off my mind.
OK, so I'm way behind! I decided to just start this weeks papers and go from there! It was a lot of fun, I decided on a color palette to make a Fathers Day kit that I wanna do. I like how challenging this is, it really has me thinking outside the box. I was wondering how in the world to incorporate glitter on a Father's Day paper, but I think I like how it came out. I hope I can find the time to see this out to the end,lol:)
Embossed: (I made two of these and couldn't choose, so I kept both)
Here's the preview of what I have so far all together:
@Elizabeth, I love the camo glitter pattern.
@Sheila, wow you do gorgeous work!
Here's my glitter paper: