Monday, June 18, 2012

Challenge #10 - A Photo Inspiration!

Hello everyone and welcome back!

It's another Monday here at The Paper Girl's Challenge Blog which can only mean one thing, a new challenge!
For our tenth challenge (can you believe it?! Ten!) I found a photo to draw inspiration from.  While spending some time on Pinterest a couple months ago I came across this pin that I added to my colour board. I loved the vibrant colours and the movement of the piece so I tucked it away and hoped that I could come back to it one day.  This challenge seemed like the perfect time!
The mosaic was created and made by British artist, Natalie Warne. You can check out her online gallery here.

I thought with this photo there was so many different ways to draw inspiration to create a layout or card. The colours, the wavy lines, the mosaic itself, the flowers, the cirlces, the tiles are just some of the many different possiblites. So there is Challenge #10, use this photo in any way you can imagine to create a project!

I love what our talented Team Members came up with!

My Layout (Kyla)











If you want to join in and submit an entry to our challenge use our linky tool down below to link up your photo! The deadline for this Challenge is Saturday July 7th. Usually we give 2 weeks, but with Canada Day (July 1st) and Independence Day (July 4th) coming up soon we thought we'd give everyone an extra week!

Don't forget you can always check out all our Rules and Guidelines on our How To Play Tab

And now to announce the winner of Challenge #9!

The Lucky Winner is.....Sara R!!
Congratulations Sara! Please send us an email at papergirlschallengeblog@gmail.com and  we will send a prize your way!

How To Join the Fun at The Paper Girls Challenge Blog:

1. Start by following our blog. To do so, click on the "Join this site" button on the right hand side of our blog.
2. We will post new challenges the first and third Monday of every month. It will be up to you to create a layout that has been inspired by our challenges!
3. Your entry should be made after the challenge has been posted. We won't say no to older projects but we prefer to see your new creations!
4. Create a blogpost about your entry and make sure to include a link back to The Paper Girls Challenge Blog. If you do not have a blog you may post on our facebook page and then link that photo to our linky. But please only do this if you do not have a blog.
5. Add a link to your blogpost (or facebook photo) to our Challenge using the Inlinkz tool located at the bottom of our posts. Please make sure you link the actual post with your entry and not your blog's address.
6. The Deadline for each challenge will be the Saturday at 11:59pm MST before the next challenge is posted. This will give you 1 week and 5 days to complete your projects.
7. The most important thing is to have Fun!

6 comments:

Mynnette said...

Thank you for the fun challenge! LOVE the inspiration photo--those colors are so summery and fun! The DT creations are amazing, too! :)

Misty said...

I just found your challenge blog though a google search. Looks like much fun. I'm glad to be joining in.

Erica B. said...

Misty so glad you found us! Can't wait to see your entries!
--Erica
the Paper Girls Challenge Blog

Rev. Samara Rachel Navi said...

Hi there! I love the inspirations...but what I want to say is that these are the most beautiful and my most fav. colors in the world! I love the spiral and how you have shown them. It is art in itself. I could look at it for hours!!! I hope you don't mind my art in a journal...that is where all my art is going - I've just been on 10 design teams for cards and am still on a few but taking a siesta from scrapbook pages (my kids) and cards and doing all my art in journals. I LOVE it - no limitations... Thanks. Hugs and love. Samara

Erica B. said...

Samara your journal is great! Make sure to keep checking in for the next challenges I think you will be able to use them for your journal pages easily!

Erica
PGCB

Mistylynn said...

I am so disappointed that I missed out on posting darn it!