Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Take 5 Tuesday Challenge - March

Hello friends, it's time for the newest Take 5 Tuesday challenge!!  Here is this month's idea and inspriation list, we can't wait to see what a.m.a.z.i.n.g things you create!!



If you're new to the Take 5 Challenge, be sure to read all the way to the bottom for ideas and info on how the challenge works :)

And, here is my layout, using the Chasing Dreams collection by Maggie Holmes. My 5 items from the list are, the colors blue and mint green, stitching, stickers and leaves/flowers.  You might notice that I didn't use any patterned papers at all, just my cardstock base with a bit of blue paint brushed on, then pieces of ephemera, chipboard and alpha letters. It's not very often that I don't use any patterned paper at all, but I was so in love with the ephemera from this collection, once I started pulling out pieces to use, they all layered together so well, I just went with it! How perfect is that map piece and castle book for a Disneyland layout!



Now for more inspiration from the team...

Pol used the beautiful Hazelwood collection for her layout, doesn't this look fabulous! She uses mint green, stickers, patterned papers, leaves/flowers and a circle from the challenge list.


Check out the stitching on this layout from Ali!! Wow, what a beauty!!  Her 5 items are the color blue, stitching/twine, 2 or more photos, patterned paper, and flowers/leaves. 


I always say Lisa is the queen of the cards, and she proves that yet again this month! Look at all the fabulous layering! Her 5 items are the color blue, stitching, stickers, patterned paper and circles.        


Rachel used Shimelle's Little by Little collection along with mint green, cardstock, stitching, 2 or more photos and patterned paper. What a sweet layout about her special time with her son!


Renee's 5 items are cardstock, stickers, two or more photos, patterned paper and circles on this cute layout about her and a friend. So fun, Renee!


What sweet photos on this layout by Raechelle! Along with a cute baby, she uses mint green, cardstock, twine, stickers, 2+ photos patterned paper, leaves/flowers and circles on her layout. 


I am so in love with this grid design by Ann, isn't this fantastic!! I think I need to scraplift this one ;)  Ann uses mint green, two or more photos, circles, patterned paper and chipboard.


Amanda said she was "stashbusting" on this layout, using some of Maggie Holmes' Gather collection along with mint, peach, cardstock, stickers and chipboard. I love those fussy cut flowers!!!


Next we have two pocket page layouts from Kristie!  I always love the beautiful photos in Kristie's layouts, they are always so colorful and fun!! She uses Simple Stories Posh collection along with mint green, blue, peach, stickers, leaves for flowers 2 or more photos and patterend paper.                



Next up is this cool layout from Annelie! Such a great design that draws you right to her photo!! She chose mint green, blue, peach, cardstock, stickers, frame, patterned paper, chipboard, stripes and a title with 3 or more words. Wow, you rocked the challenge list, Annelie!     


Stacie played along too with this wonderful layout of her and her husband. Awwww! She mixes together cardstock, stickers, patterned paper, flowers, stripes and a title with 3 words.  


And last, but surely not least, is the amazing layout from Cat!! Do you see all the fun layers on this one!! Love it! She used mint green, twine, 2 or more photos, frames, patterned paper, leaves and flowers, chipboard and a title with 3 or more words. She only needed to use 5 items from the list, but notice she snuck in 8 ;) Way to go Cat!      


So are you inspired??  How about joining in on the March Take 5 challenge!!
If you've played along with the Take 5 Challenge before, you know what to do, but if you're new to Paper Issues, or our Take 5 challenge, here's a quick recap of how it works...
I give you a list of items to use as your inspiration and starting point for your project. From that list, pick 5 items to use on your project. You can use more than 5, and combine your own ideas too, but to play along you must use at least 5 items from the list. Also, Take 5 is open to everyone, and is for scrapbookers, card makers, pocket pagers and off the page project makers too! If you are a paper crafter, this challenge is for you!!  You have until April 2 to add your project to the March Take 5 Challenge album over in our Paper Issues {friends & fans} Facebook group. You could win a gift certificate to the Paper Issues store!!  

Thanks for stopping by today, and remember to use code: Mary Ann in the Paper Issues store for 20% off your entire purchase!!


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