Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Coloring Down The Lines -- Rich Razzleberry

Hi, it's color hop Wednesday.  You should have arrived from Liz's blogsite.  I think she has something super for you today, but I haven't seen it yet.  We didn't get to craft together this time.  She is back in school and so her days are full. 

Our challenge this week is to use Rich Razzleberry with Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie or with Basic Gray and Basic Black.  I thought immediately of Halloween when I saw Rich Razzleberry with Black.  The other day I was looking through some blogs and found someone who made a little hand held scrapbook of sorts by using graduated sized die cuts.  I thought, hmmmmm, I can do that.  And with the challenge coming up I decided to do a little hand held booklet for Halloween.  Here is what I came up with using Rich Razzleberry with Basic Gray and Basic Black,

Or course, I would like to add some orange and maybe a few Halloween stickers, but needed to stay true to the colors and Stampin'Up! for the challenge.  I plan to make 5 more pages so that I have a total of 7.  These 2 pictures are just placeholders for now.  After Halloween I plan to get 1 picture of each of our 7 grandchildren for this Halloween "brag" book. 

Here is how it opens........

And here is another page with pictures.  As I said, I'll be changing pictures and decorating a little more before finalizing it. 

I hope you like the start to my book and the way I used the colors for today.  I used the Window Frames Framelits, and the Basic Gray paper is Co'redinations paper that I embossed with Chevron and sanded.   The bat is a retired SU punch from a couple years ago -- sorry.

So let's hop now to Teri's blogsite to see what she has for us.  I'm sure it is great.  I always like what she has.  All of our contributors seem to have such nice things for inspiration.  I love our hop.

Hope to see you again soon.

Crafty Hugs,


Joni said...

Very crafty & cool idea!!! Love it!!!

Laura Haffke said...

great design for a scrapbook photo journal! I have the same problem trying to stick to the colors! Hugs Sandy!

Amanda Frankel said...

Very cute (especially love the missing tooth!). Love the flip book design! Nice switch from a card!