Sunday, January 1, 2012

ScrapFIT Workout #60-Inspired by the Music

Workout #60 -Inspired By The Music! 
The inspiration for this challenge is Pat Benetar's classic song, "Love is a Battlefield".  I actually saw her in concert YEARS ago---she came to Ithaca college and played in the gym...must have been 1988! Here is my layout:
My daughter and her friend have a garage band and wanted a "photo shoot" one evening.  I loved this one because they look so tough and serious.  The song  was perfect because young people think they are tough and invincible and you can never tell them anything different!
Using Picnik, I printed the photo with a brick wall background, and then just continued the bricks onto my layout with some colored pencils.  I cut my title letters on the cricut and then embossed them. 
Is any layout complete without stickles?
I hope you feel inspired to complete this workout...

 This workout is being sponsored by 
Boys Rule Scrapbooks kits is a monthly scrapbook kit club for those of us who love to paper craft boy subjects.  Care and consideration is key as each kit is assembled for the boys.  Cool embellies are paired with  handsome papers you will love to play with each month.  
Boys Rule Scrapbook kits also has exclusive embellies with each kit....they are all different and very unique, and are included each month just for you.

It's fun to create when you have a complete kit that is designed for the memories of dirt, grunge and smelly things!

The winner of this Workout will receive this amazing collection of goodies!
Head over to ScrapFIT for complete details---can't wait to see what you come up with!
Thanks for looking!


  1. Loveeeeeeeeeeee this!! LOVING that photo and the way you did the title! Happy New Year! :):):):):):):):):):):)

  2. I love the photo too! I agree, a layout with out Stickles is incomplete! I really like the title, too.

  3. I love the story behind this!!!! Great post/lo!

  4. I love how you extended the brick design!! And of course love the tltle.

  5. Love it! Was the paper splotchy/polka dotty in that one spot, or did you add that in somehow?

  6. Erin, those were polka dot rub-ons from Glitz---I think I got them in a Scrapbook circle kit?