Thursday, August 10, 2006

Well Faloola...you've done it again!

Just had a bit of ooomph yesterday and completed the second Ann(i)e Hafermann/Ali Edwards challenge. The charge was to create a layout with an angular approach, cutting a large photo on the wonk at the bottom. It did also say to use ribbon to define the edges and to stack triangles under the photo...and here I have gone off on my own tangent. I based my layout on a French movie poster I had spotted online and loved loved loved the design of...et voila! Faloola strikes again.

Piccies are obviously of the nutty people I have to share living space with. I tell Celyn all the time she's a nutter, and she just laughs at me..."No Mummy!! Daddy's a sausage and I'M a cheeky monkey!"

Anyway...off on our family outing to the dentist/Ikea today (if I put my ear to the ground I can hear a plate of Swedish meatballs calling my name!). Celyn's still not terribly happy about the whole dentist thing. No idea why, as she's never even been to one! First visit ever. What are the rules about taking 'First Ever Dentist Appointment' photos for scrapbooking? Bwaaahaaaahaaaa!

Ciao belle!!

6 comments:

Nicola said...

your so good at getting these challenges done i tired last night and failed althoguh i did tell my friend sharon and she done one.

Chrissie said...

I am really BAD because I should be doing other things and not these challenges! I've got 3 (1, 2, THREEEEEEEE) classes to get ready by 21 August!

Taniwha said...

I seriously love this one Chrissie, it's fantastic! I didn't like the sound of this challenge and wasn't going to do it but seeing what you've done has inspired me. I love it!

Chrissie said...

Yes, I wasn't keen on the challenge until I spotted the movie poster I based this around and then I hit the floor running! Thanks Rach xx

~LN said...

I really love this LO - you have great style!

Julie said...

fantastic job on the challenge! i especially love the pictures...pure fun....those real life personality pictures are my favorite moments to capture.

btw - thank you for all the insightful, contemplative comments on my blog. truly appreciated!!