Wednesday, November 1, 2017

My November Design Team Reveal
"think BIG"

Hello Everyone!


 This is what I made for the November Kraft+ challenge.
This month we had to "think BIG"
I have added a BIG musical note, treble clef, printed from the computer and coloured with  inks and stamped randomly with a music stamp. I used  foam dots to adhere to create some dimension. Then cut a  photo to pop inside the note.

Kraft Plus November Challenge -"think BIG"

 Stash busting with some wonderful music Twiddlybitz chipboard, simply inked black.
Scattered around is some little musical note buttons

 "To learn music is to learn a whole new language"
Pinterest is an amazing place to find quotes. I loved this one and thought it was perfect. I do not have a musical bone in my body so really admire  people who do play musical instruments.
I use some old thickers alphas for my title and the chipboard note is again Twiddlybitz which is no longer around. 

A close up of the photo I cut to fit inside the Treble Clef.
Sarah played the Saxophone for 3 years.
She had lessons once a week at Cummins school. She played in the Port Lincoln
High School Band. We travelled to Port Lincoln once a week for practice. A big commitment but she loved it. It required lots of practice and lots of puff.
Love the sound of the Saxophone. 

We hope you find time and feel inspired to play along and share with us on the Kraft+ Blog to be in with a chance to win a prize from the amazing sponsors.
You can share on our Facebook page too but you must link to the blog for a chance to win.
If you are unsure how to link there is a tutorial on both the blog and Facebook page, if you still cannot work it out we are happy to help you.

Look here to see the incredible Design Teams  amazing work. 

Thanks for stopping by and for your lovely comments.

Janice xx


Tiff Firth said...

oh I lurve this. I need up find some more music chip for upcoming saxaphone and trombone layouts

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wowwwwwwwww! This is simply GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Helen Wallace said...

Bam! You absolutely nailed this Janice. I love that your DD is right inside the music and surrounded by it. I agree, music is like a second language. Thanks for the inspiration

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