Tuesday, 3 May 2011

52 Week Scrapbook Challenge - Ripped Up and Grungy

When I read this challenge to my husband he laughed and said, "You can't do that one, Nanc!" He actually is very supportive! Really, he is! lol Just because I want him to keep his yard, garden and garage mess out in the yard, garden and garage doesn't mean I can't create an artsy mess, right? Also, just because it's a "grungy" page doesn't mean it can't be happy and joyful page too, right? I just had to use these photos of my girls when they were little. This was back in the day when we just loved to sit and watch them make a BIG mess. We would sit and watch and laugh and laugh, and enjoy every single second of it! My girls always looked so healthy with their rosy pink cheeks! it was probably the staining from the Alphagetti or the rawness from scrubbing off the dried-on mess!! haha :o)
Paper: Recollections - Kraft;
Dies: Spellbinders Nestabilities - Labels Fourteen,
MM Slice Design Card - Fa la la;
Chipboard Letters: Scenic Route;
Delta Texture Magic: White, Cashmere;
Folk Art Acrylic Paint: Wicker White, Raw Umber;
Ink: Fired Brick Distress Ink,
Stampin' Up Basic Brown; 
From my stash: cheesecloth, jute, buttons,
cardboard box flap.

8 comments:

  1. What a wonderful page and I think you aced the challenge! I love pages like this that really add so much fun to your layouts! Great job Nancy!

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  2. Nancy, this is great. Even your grunge is neat though. lol TFS Great lo!

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  3. we were cute kids

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  4. Love the way you have taken this challenge so literally :) Great stuff and a lovely fun page Nancy. Thanks for sharing your delightful daughters with us.
    Love and hugs
    Lynn xx

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  5. Absolutely love it :)
    TFS my friend hugs Alee'

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  6. It's a wonder our kids still have any skin left on those little cheeks. LOL It is fun to be messy every once in a while, especially when it's in the name of art. LOL This is a fantastic layout nancy! Love the cardboard pieces and the way you used the paint. You did good girlie!

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  7. Adorable, absolutely adorable. I remember when my children were little like that too and the messy faces they had would make me laugh out loud.

    Love this page. Your "grunge" is delightful, just as your babies faces. This is more whimsical grunge than down and dirty grunge :-) Love this page and what you've done to it. I especially like what you've done with acrylic paint and cheese cloth. Totally fantastic!
    Love you - Leslie

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  8. Great page,
    Love those photos!

    Hugs
    Bree

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