Wednesday, January 15, 2014

New reveal at Color Me Scrappy: Phone Snatcher

There is a new reveal over at Color Me Scrappy, and this one is amazing! 
This "color" palette is so challenging, but the Design Team rocked it!
Here is my take:
 I called this one "Phone Snatcher" because my little one often "borrows" my phone to take pictures of herself.  I found this one not long ago.  She was laying down at the top of her slide, and I actually love's a super clear photo (that doesn't always happen on my phone!).
I was able to bust into my sequin collection to meet some of the color requirements.
 And here is a place where I spilled some color mist, and said many inappropriate things.  I actually liked how this splatter looked after I cleaned off the excess.  I couldn't have stamped those splatters as perfectly.  Guess I just got lucky.
 And here is the palette to challenging, but I loved what everyone did with it.  And the twist this time is to incorporate some sort of tribal element---I used arrows.
Head on over to Color Me Scrappy for some inspiration...and to link up your project!


  1. Such a wonderful layout Sheila and I love it when I find awesome photo's on my phone that the kids have taken! Don't you just love happy crafty accidents?

  2. Gorgeous! LOVING the fun photo, the colors and the sequins!!!!!!!!!

  3. Wow - fabulous! I love the mist... why is it so hard to get a great look when used properly, but it looks fantastic when it spills?!

  4. ohhhh great work with the colors!!! LOVE the cute photo and title!!! too fun

  5. Great layout! I love the selfie pic, and the very pretty monochromatic palette.

  6. So awesome Sheila!! Really love what you did with the color scheme!

  7. I ended up loving the colour scheme after at first thinking hmmmm. I agree everyone did such a wonderful job with this challenge & it had become on of my favourites. Such a fun, happy photo you have used and I love how you have the camera embellie . Fantastic take on the challenge Sheila

  8. Such a fun photo and absolutely gorgeous page, Sheila!