Hi everyone, it's Debbie F, bringing you this week's challenge.
Go to this site: http://www.random.org/dice/?num=3
and virtually "roll" 3 dice.
* The value of the first die is the number of pictures you are to use.
* The value of the second die is the number of patterned papers you'll use.
* Now add all three dice together. This is how many embellishments you'll use on your layout.
* A final twist... use black and white somewhere on your page.
As I was looking for photos to work with these papers, I came across my last pictures of Mike's grandmother, who was a dear lady who always made me smile whenever I saw or spoke to her.She passed away this year, and I truly miss her. The pictures are from her 90th surprise birthday.
So I rolled 2-5-3. Two pictures, five patterned papers and a total of 10 embellishments. My embellishments were the banner, the wooden chip, the doilie, the resin rose, title Thickers, one element cut out, 3 tiny type stickers, and one circle sticker. I used plenty of black accents and cream as my shade of white. Love how it turned out! I hope you have fun with this challenge.
Elizabeth: This was so fun! I have never heard of this site before, but it was cool! My numbers were 2, 4, 1. I loved the addition of black/white to the challenge.
Janet M: What a fun and creative challenge this one was. My numbers were 4 -5 -1 .I didn't see the addition of black and white on the page post though so mine just has to count as the journaling strips.Amanda: How fun, Debbie! I rolled 1-3-4. I loved working with the new BG Marjolaine line! SO PRETTY!Debbi T: Such a fun and clever challenge, Debbie! I was surprised when I rolled a 2-2-2. This was very challenging limiting myself to two patterned papers and only 6 embellishments, but I was very thankful that I didn't roll a 6 for the picture part! I realized I'm running out of space in my paper cart that holds my kit papers, so I decided to dig into an old Studio Calico kit from a couple of years ago and managed to use up a bit of that--hence the green cardstock, which I'm not sure goes with the rest of the layout, but I was very happy to finally open up the package rub-ons that came in that kit! This is for my book of all the little reasons I love my husband.