Wednesday, June 15, 2011

CTMH Product Spotlight...Inspirational Relay Race

Hello and happy middle of June to you!  Can you believe it is already the 15th of June?  Where oh where has the Spring (and the school year for that matter) gone?

I am so excited to be participating in this month's CTMH Product Spotlight.  This month we had some fun and put a little twist into the blog hop by doing an inspirational relay race.  The basic concept is person starts the hop with a layout, card or project and then passes it on to the next person in line who pulls their inspiration from the first piece and creates something new.  She then passes that project on to the next person who creates something that inspires them from the second project and so on...

I am 8th in the relay and had no clue what the original design looked like until the hop went live.  I worked off of what Jena created and sent me.  To get the full experience of this blog hop...make sure you go back and start with Nikka

So once again - here is what Jena created and sent to me:

and here is what I came up with:


I decided to run with the color combo and the butterflies.  I pulled the blues, browns, greens and pinks although in a different shade (and completely different paper) to create the layout and used the butterflies as accent pieces.  I love how I was able to just pull a few aspects from Jena's project and make something completely different.

Now hop on over to Vicki to see how my layout inspired her.  At the very end of the hop, you will be able to view a recap post of all the projects from beginning to end.

{Spaghetti Thief Supplies}
Cardstock:  CTMH Desert Sand, Crystal Blue, Colonial White
Patterned Paper:  CTMH Mayberry Paper Packet
Ink:  CTMH Desert Sand
Stamps:  Bevy of Butterflies - Unity Stamp Company; Comments - CTMH
Other:  Hemp - CTMH; Rhinestones - CTMH; Stickers - American Crafts


Haley D. said...

What an adorable little "thief!" It's wonderful that you were able to capture these photos and scrapbook them. I really like your layout and how you used the colors and butterflies of the Jena's card to inspire you.

Nikka Geers said...

very very cute. i didn't catch the same colors intil you said it. huh. thanks for joining the relay race.

Adeline E. Brill said...

The original design is indeed morphed into another design of it's own, with the faint hint of the original butterfly theme- awesome!

Tamytha said...

Spaghetti funny! Very cute layout. I really like how you used twisted hemp for the butterfly body. Very clever.

Corina said...

You have so much detail on this layout. From the hemp to the bling. Your work is beautiful!!!


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