I tried my best to find papers and embellishments that matched the colour combination chart. I think every one of those colours is on my layout.
We also had to find stash items for the letters of our first name.
Here's what I came up with;
Cut file, clock, chevrons
Text print, teal coloured ribbon
Heidi Swapp ghost letters, handwriting
I scraplifted the words banner at the top of my page from one of Design Team member, Karen Yagel's layout. She featured her layout on her YouTube channel, Yes Please Papercraft - Layouts of 2019, which you can watch here.
As soon as I saw her layout, I knew I had that particular paper in my stash and that those words described my grand-daughter to a T. They also matched the colour combination so that was also a plus.
Here are some close-ups:
Cut files of the circle frame, flower and leaves are from the Silhouette store. You can also see the clock, the chevrons, and the Heidi Swapp ghost letters. The flourishes are from a Stampin'Up set.
Finally, the journaling about my grand-daughter, Rosalie at 7 years old.
I enjoyed working with this challenge, and I'm pleased with how my layout turned out.
Thank you to SCRAP OUR STASH for pushing me to create pages using items that have been in my stash for years.
Until next time, À la prochaine,