We are almost half way through our month of Nursery Rhymed themed challenges...how many have you done???
Here is a recap of last week's challenges:
Petra started the week off with a "Marry had a little lamb" inspired challenge to use flocking on a layout:
Doesn't that white flocking make a perfect snow layout???
Then on Wednesday, Tamara used the rhyme "Hickory, Dickory, Dock" and asked us to use a clock of some type on our prjects. Here is her layout using a beautiful timepiece paper:
On Thursday, Michelle played a little game with "Eeny, Meany, Miny, Moe" and asked us to use the rhyme to select 4 embellishments to use on our layouts... Here is the Christmas layout she created with the embellishments she selected:
For Friday's Focus, Annie gave a tutorial based on "Mary Mary Quite Contrary" using multiple layered embellishment that "grow"....make sure you check it out!!
For Sketchy Saturday, Cassy started with this sketch from jennifersjumbles.blogspot.com
and combined it with her rhyme of "little Jack Horner" with the focus on the line "Pulled out a plum" and asked us to use fruit on our layouts... Here is her cute example:
And on Sunday, Sandy used the rhyme "There was an old woman who lived in a shoe" and asked us to use a vintage ad from Jello which used the poem as our inspiration for a layout which also focuses on the relationship between two or more special people. Here is her layout:
We hope you enjoyed these challenges and keep checking back for more in our