Friday, December 13, 2019

Double Trouble Crazy Cousin + Big Ben Layout

I opted to ignore the holiday season and do some London vacation photo scrapbooking today! In keeping with my role as Crazy Cousin over at Double Trouble's challenge blog, I created a layout with black and white stripes, plus silver and shades of blue and green as my three additional colors. Details of the challenge can be found below, so come play along any time between now and December 29.

WELCOME to Challenge #45 - Let the Troubles Begin 

"Earn Your Stripes"

THING 1: Trouble Maker
says, "I went to the Zoo and the Zebra was my favorite animal.  Won't you include something striped (NO PLAID) somewhere in your project.  You can use any color stripe; however, if you use a black and white stripe you get an additional chance for the draw."

You can stop here...
OR, you can choose to include Twisted Sister's Optional Twist below.

THING 3: Twisted Sister
says, "Black and white! How boring! I want to add more color to Trouble Maker's life with my paint ball gun.  Along with your black and white, use three more colors to show her who's really the boss."

This is an OPTIONAL TWIST but you will be awarded an additional chance in Double Trouble's random draw if you include this twist in your project.

Now, don't stop here... 

THING 2: Double Dare says, Oh Dear! Things are getting out of control!" If you have used black and completed Twisted Sister's twist using three colors, you are eligible to join Color My Heart's Color Dare Challenges Team A #373 and Team B #374.

Glitter & Watercolor papers (Recollections)
CTMH Fall 2019 Mix-In & Moonlight papers
Color Kaleidoscope papers (American Crafts)
London Memories Journal card (Scrapbook Customs)
Black & Lagoon cardstock
Silver Metallics Marker
Silver brad
Big Ben sticker (Frances Meyer, Inc)
Colonial White ric-rac
Cricut Artiste cartridge: clocks
Pattern: Sketches in Thyme #400
Challenges: Use Your Stuff # 387 Mint


Christine Kiehl said...

Wonderful layout. Very clever how you placed the clock under the clock tower! love it!

Eli said...

Great layout, we are happy that our sketch inspired you. Merry Christmas from Sketches in Thyme.