Friday, July 8, 2011

Feel like a Colour Challenge?

... then pop over to the Colour Room today!  :)

Just a quick post today and one lonesome little layout to share.  The new palette this week at TCR is out and it included two of my favourite colours in the one palette.  I was so pleased to see orange and blue together, but wasn't so sure about the green.  I was therefore pretty bemused to see that the finished product made a major feature of the green!!  What the?.... not at all sure how that happened, but I'm pretty happy with the result:

{a beautiful friendship}

A real mish mash of product lines in there, but i tend to cross brand boundaries all the time when scrapping, rather than use a product kit.  How about you?  There is a Crafter's Workshop template (naturally...:)), a Dusty Attic chippy frame, Kaiser and Prima flowers, Hambly overlay, old TCP Studios pp, Glitz and Pink Paislee too, 7Gypsies tape... oh, and i fussy cut those vines from a really really really old piece of Urban Lilly pp.  I also popped on some of Miss Wally's bakers twine and Chantelle's Creative Bits little bird button that i've been holding onto for some time now.  Geez, did i forget anyone!! lol. 

I just adore this photo of dd#2 and ds#2 together at a sports carnival.  The relationship between both girls and their not-so-baby brother has always been one that i enjoy to watch.  Probably because the age gap between them is larger, they are both really protective and mothering towards him, even when he breaks stuff and paints their doona covers with nail polish and lip gloss!!

.. and check out the amazing inspo pick and palette:

Still school hols in these parts, so the house is a bit chaotic at best!!  The kids are enjoying just spending time at home and decompressing from what has been a really busy school year so far.  It's nice to see them finding ways of enjoying each other's company and inventing games and activities... most of them amicable!  :)  Today's scented balls and chocolate mud cake making were a major succes!!  And i managed a sleep in.  Woohooo!! 

I hope you are all well.  I'll be back with some more shares and 'random everydayness' as soon as we are back into our normal routine... whatever that is!?    :))

Thanks so much for stopping by.



Felicity said...

jules, I think you have used that palette wonderfully, because that page is a real feast for the eyes. Love all your bits and bobs and yep, I always break product rules!
That is great that all children get alone and love each other, hope they will always do that.
oooh and if there is any mud cake left, send it this way - somehow I think it will be all gone!
YA at the sleep in :)
enjoy your weekend. x

Melinda said...

Such a stunning layout Jules!! Yeah I tend to mix products up all the time! Sounds like you have all enjoyed the holidays! Have a great weekend :))xx

janice said...

another amazingly gorgeous page Julie.... so many bits and pieces yet so uncluttered...
love this.
Enjoy your weekend. x

Christine said...

ooh, gorgeous colour combo. I love that little birdie button!

Marelize said...

Love this layout Jules!! You do such beautiful things with the Crafters Workshop templates!!
Have a great weekend! :)

kathie said...

It's a beautiful page Jules! I'm like you and mix everything up on my page. I rarely (unless that's the brief!) stick to one manufacturer when left to my own devices :)

Jasmine S said...

Yep this looks ace and how you can mix all that and create such a wonderful

Cathy said...

Gorgeous LO Jules.. love the softness you create in your LO's.. just beautiful!! I'm always mixing different products.. makes thing more intersting!! Sounds like you are have a lovely break! :))) x

Tanya Tahir said...

Jules, your pages are always impeccable!!! I love the mix of products. School hols have just started here - thankfully I now work 3 days a week so I only have to deal with it for part of the time LOL...I really do love my kids LOL!

Belinda Lowe said...

Just amazing Julz - you know I love your work

BabyBokChoy said...

This is just absolutely glorious, love the misting you did for the background. and the lovely embellies you chose to use!