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Monday, March 14, 2011

March Prima BAP & Palette

OK, I think I am addicted to this challenge since I have had the honour of being featured on Prima's blog since I started these sketch contests a few months ago. This month pushed me out of my comfort zone which is a good thing. I've been hanging on to this adorable pre-sewn background paper for way too long and it was time to use it. FYI - I don't sew ANYTHING since I failed my grade 12 project many moons ago, LOL. I made good use of some Prima packaging too. Too pretty to throw away :). This layout was a little inspired by Janine on the Prima DT as she always does amazing layouts with circles.

So funny story behind this picture. We were Spring camping, it was dusk, almost supper time and were freezing and hungry.  I stuck my daughter's daytime vest overtop of her bunting suit, with a bib (ready to eat) and bundled in a blanket. She was such a fashion hazard we had to take a picture. Surprisingly it worked out really well for this layout, LOL. I just love these peach Prima flowers too!

Here is the Prima sketch I used...

Lastly, I didn't do the palette this month but I am posting it in case you wan to give that contest a go too!

Prima's Product Picks for March are filled with lots of lucky leprechaun greens! We never knew green could look so GOOD!
Just look at these gorgeous NEW products:
  • Butterflies
  • Arco Iris Flowers
  • Deshire Flowers
  • Lovely Leaves
  • Delightful Day Flowers
  • Raffia Flowers
  • Champagne Roses
  • Crystal and Lace borders
  • Trinkets
  • Cabachon Flowers
  • Lace
  • and DeSoie Flowers


Unknown said...

I love the story behind the photo! LOL...fashion hazard! Awesome job with all of the circles and I loooooove the lace.

Alma Carter : Emsige Biene said...

Such a BEAUTIFUL LO!! I'm in love with the lace flowers!!! Did you make them yourself or did you buy it? please let me know as I have never seen those before.

whoistracy said...

Wow, what a stunning layout!!

Robin Shakoor said...

This is gorgeous! You do wonders with their sketches!