Today I am sharing with you the new challenge over at Life Zesters and it is a fun colour challenge this month!
I loved this as soon as I saw it but when it came to putting a page together I struggled a little until I came up with my ingenius idea!! Haha!! More on that in a minute!
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And now onto my layout!
When I 1st saw these colours and came up with idea I thought the Midnight edition of Project Life would be PERFECT but I just wasn’t feeling it, the yellow wasn’t quiet right and I hadn’t yet worked out how I was going to bring in the pink and the blue. And then it hit me!! Photoshop, my friend!! Hehe! I am a novice at Photoshop but I did manage to colour up some of the papers from the Midnight edition simply by using the eye dropper tool and the paint bucket.
Here is my double page spread
As usual for this time of year a busy week!
Here is a close up of the left hand side
And some close ups of some of the “bits”
I have been hanging out to use these stamps from Studio L2E, I LOVE them!!
And the bottom flap flipped with a little bit of a story
Our right hand side
And again a close up of some of the “bits”
I’m actually super happy with how this little title card turned out!! It was originally white with black text but as you can see I changed it up and printed it out onto some matte photo paper – note to self, next time print onto thicker copy paper so it is able to be written on!!
And the flip in the middle open 🙂
I had a heap of fun with this colour combo and can’t wait to see what you come up with!! Make sure you head on over to the Life Zesters blog and check out the other DT’s gorgeous takes on this challenge and make sure to get your entries in before the end of the month for your chance at some great prizes from our sponsors!!
One reply on “Life Zesters March Challenge”
I would find this really hard, too! You've done an awesome job, though….good old photoshop, eh??!!!