Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Child' Play Challenge- Sidewalk Chalk

I completed another challenge for Child's Play.  This one is using Sidewalk Chalk as the influence for your layout.  I knew right away I had some great pictures of my two oldest granddaughters that would be perfect for the layout.  I used black for the background and cut the cute little girl using her easel out of A Child's Year.  The letters are Tim Holtz chipboard letters and I inked them with Quick Quotes inks of various colors and then added three Sharpie pen dots.  In the center I used an actual chalkboard shape that I got last year in the Michael's $1 section.  
The tie dye paper is from Joanns.  
The little quote I cut out from some quotes and it says
"There are no mistakes in art."
The painter is Katie who is 27 months old.  The colors remind me of the Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.   The little chalk artist at the easel is Kenzie who is 19 months old.  

2 comments:

  1. great pictures and the chalk borad embellishment is a great addition to the layout.

    Thanks for joining us at childs play challenge

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  2. Oh Suz, I love, love this layout!!! What cool colorful paper you have and I just love the little girl in black with a yellow shadow, it looks so awesome and just pops off the page!! Your title is fabulous too-I swear you come up with the best titles! Katie and Kenzie are so darn cute doing their art. Just like your quote, there are no mistakes in paper crafting either, right?!! lol

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