Friday, July 15, 2011

Organize your Stuff: Week 16 (round 4): Chalks, Paint, Glitter, and Stickles

Well the quiet week has come and gone way too fast! Creative Me finished this layout from our desk picture on Wednesday.


Originally, the plan was to use stickles on all of the red dots, but at the last minute the POW decided to reign in Creative Me and leave it as is. OCD Me was a little conflicted, since we always try to tie in to the week that we are organizing. However, OCD Me is also the one who constantly criticizes Creative Me for swinging too far to the Dark Side and venturing perilously close to the infamous Product Vomit.

The POW, self-proclaimed arbiter of my mind, decided that when OCD Me is worried about our craftiness, then something must be done quick… lest we tear a hole in the space time continuum or something. So, a few clicks later, and we were off to create a card.

This card uses the color scheme from The Play Date Café Challenge #90. Creative Me just loves the pictures that these folks put together each week to represent their colors!


Also, this card uses the “I Miss You” sentiment from Operation Write Home’s Wednesday challenge. The POW thinks that these people rock, as Awesome Auntie gets a card from her deployed spouse every other day or so, and those cards are free from OWH to him so that he can write home.

As for storage, not much has changed since last round.

This little bag has my stickles (name brand for dimentional glitter glue) mists and chalk inks. A reusable grocery bag has two stacked mini-milk cartons of acrylic paints and one set of watercolors in it. 

Hope that you all have a great and crafty weekend!

6 comments:

Mary Pat Siehl said...

great projects--love the colors!

Rach H said...

Lovely projects- the colors are great!

Brittney said...

Love how you fit all of the photos on your layout!

Brenda said...

Love the layout. Very orderly and neat, which I like

Blessed Ladybug said...

great color layout ill be working on something this weekend...

Jaclyn Miller said...

Wow, that chalk effect is really neat. It looks so soft and real. Thank you so much for playing along at The Play Date Cafe.