As our October Challenge is all about women in our life？ Crew Member Chris Pozzi today share a project dedicated to a women that has been important in her life –； her Grandmother.
“；I have always been inspired by my Grandmother! She has lived her entire life with lupus! To me she was always a bible loving/preaching grandma. I look at this picture and realize that she was also young and playful too!”； –； Chrisaccent pillow case baby burlap outdoor
Follow a few， easy steps to create something similar to what Chris did. This is how she created the layout：
Fussy cut frame the from 7 Gypsies Architextures 8×；8 Paper Pad Collection #1. Distress the Frame with Distress Ink and add colored pencil highlights in blue， red and yellow.
Distress the edges of the 7gypsies papers &； letters with distress ink. Layer patterned papers to create interest. Chris used Architextures “；Song Bird Sings”； 12 x 12 paper &； the Wallpaper piece that comes with Architextures Junk Pack “；Parlour”；. Use a mini stapler to attach the distressed letters？ to the page. Add the framed photo and 7gypsies Architextures Treasures –； Vintage Market Bicycle.？Add the title to finish off the page.
Products from Canvas Corp Brands：
7gypsies Architextures 8×；8 Paper Pad Collection #17gypsies Architextures Junque Pack –； Parlour7gypsies Architextures 12 x 12 paper –； Song Bird Sings7gypsies Architextures Treasures –； Vintage Market Bicycle
Canvas Corp Cardstock 12×；12 paper –； Kraft
Other products/tools：？Distress Inkpersonalized father's day gifts，？Colored Pencils，？Seth Apter/Emerald Creek Vintage Beeswax Embossing Powder，？Versamark，？Market Day Font Cricut Cartridge，？Mini Stapler
You don’t have to spend a fortune getting Valentine’s gifts for him that he’ll remember for a long time and truly appreciate. These gifts all clock in under $25 and they will surely put a smile on his face, and represent a token of your affection.
As you probably know by now – We love to do challenge our Creative Crew and do fun things that keep us creating.In 2018 we wanted to push our dear Creative Crew into new creative adventures. We want them to push their limits, try new things and evolve their creativity. We decided to create a serie of out of the box challenges that we call “Good for the Creative Soul”. For 2019 we have taken this challenge one step futher. We give our Crew one of our paper collections to play with each month – in January they have been playing with “Compose Your Life“.
Today media photographer and PhotoBox guest-blogger Maria Slough is here to share some valuable tips on how to take great photos of your beloved pets. So if you're finding this a difficult task, keep reading. Over to you Maria'