Monday, May 18, 2009

DreamGirls Challenge #28

Live. Laugh. Love!

That's what this challenge is all about!

Prompt: the quote "Live, Love, Laugh" - use these words somewhere on your creation.

Products: We want to see a piece of fabric (at least 3x3 in size) AND the colors RED, TURQUOISE, BLACK & WHITE

Technique: Cut up some patterned paper and use that cutout to embellish your project

For this challenge we wanted you to be inspired by the famous quote "Live, Love, Laugh"

Here's my layout:

I think the photos are so apt! I love this series of photos taken with Dave's handphone camera! Obviously my darling boy was in a very cooperative mood and just got "into" taking self-portraits with us.

I just adore the Live. Laugh.Love moment!

Most of the items are from my Scarlet Lime Dec'08 kit except for the Prima Marketing Burlap/fabric material which I think was from the recent CHA winter release?


just a shout out here to those who read my scrapblog.

There's a DT call over at DreamGirls!!

Yupz, the winter DT girls' (including moi) term is till June'09.

So Dolores and Debbie are looking for people to come join in!

Think you got what it takes to be a Dreamie Diva? Hop right over to the blog for their terms and conditions to apply.

All the best!!!


meganklauer said...

Great layout! Love the layering!

Lisa T. Howard said...

LOVE this LO! I haven't done anything with this Scarlet Lime kit yet. I got behind and now I'm itching to dive into this one! Thanks for the inspiration! And those photos...adorable!!!

yyam said...

The photos are great! Your boy looks like he's having loads of fun! He's a little cheeky huh?

Fantastic use of embellies. I love that with all the patterns going on, I'm still drawn to the photos.

verysherry said...

Daran is soooooo cuuute!!!! Love his cheeky smile as always!

*Paint & Ink Chick* said...

Hey girlie, yep our lil' term is sadly comly to a end lol it was fun. We'll have to def. keep in touch. Hugs!!

scrap-myself-silly said...

Absolutely priceless photos Sophia ! Love the layering.


Glenda T. said...

I just love that fabric that you used Sophia, this is awesome!