I think you will all like our inspiration photograph for October. What fun ways can you come up with to interpret this image. Using the colours of pink, blue and green perhaps. Or using lots of flowers on your page. Maybe you like the idea of highlighting a teapot or drinking tea or a collection of glass jars in your kitchen. Perhaps this image conjures are memories of family traditions or a specific family heirloom - a treasured teacup or teaspoon possibly.
Here is how our design team was inspired ....
I loved this challenge this month as the pastel colours were beautiful to work with.
I hope you join in this month with P&P.
I was inspired by the beautiful pink and blue and had lots of fun with this colour palette. I made the flourish using a die cut and then gluing string pearls onto it
How can you not love this gorgeous inspiration picture this month. To me it says English Tea Room, so with a few photos of the most delicious Cornish Cream Tea I have ever had, at the famous pub (from Doc Martin in "Port Wenn") by the harbour beach in Port Isaac, it just had to be a page with these photos.
I was inspired by the tea theme and the pink roses; this was my grandmother's teapot and cup. Many of my family and friends enjoy bonding over a cuppa.
From this month's inspiration photo, I have used the idea of a cuppa, in my background papers and have also taken the colours from the teapot and the glass teabag container and used these in my embellishments. The flowers have been diecut from vellum, lightly sprayed with Perfect Pearls .
I was inspired by the colours, my favourite combination.
I was first drawn to the flowers and the blue of the teapot. I found a photo of the dress with flowers on it. Then I used the blue as my accent color.
I was drawn to the concept of tea - I love a good "cuppa" and both my children know this which is why tea featured heavily in my birthday gifts from them this year.
and now it is your turn ....
Please upload the DIRECT link to your actual entry to the link tool on the LEFT by 11.55pm on October 31st.
You are welcome to submit traditional paper layouts, art journals, divided page protectors, smash books (etc etc). Digital entries are welcomed and encouraged. All entries must be new for this challenge and no back-linking is allowed. I am happy for you to combine with other challenges (maximum of 3) but the essence of the Pixels and Paper inspiration must be clear in your work. Combining with a sketch or colour challenge would be preferred. International submissions are welcome.
Please come back on the 8th when we will announce the winners for September and welcome our guest designer for the month.