Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Take 5 Tuesday Challenge - June Features!

We love to spotlight some of the projects that are submitted for our monthly challenges. Here's just a few from the June Take 5 Challenge that caught our eye.

First up, take a look at this amazing camera by Janet Anderson!  Janet is a steampunk fan, and doesn't do layouts, so this was fun to see how she played along using patterned paper, wood grain, cardstock, die cut and ink from the Take 5 list. And even more amazing, the body of the camera will hold a 6x6 mini album!

Cherri Vrabel shared this wonderful 2 page layout with 5 photos! Her New Years layout uses yellow, blue, patterned paper, sticker, cardstock, die cut and the 2016 photo for the "photo of something other than a person" part of the challenge. What a great layout to remember such a fun night!

This layout by Patricia Flores has photos from a trip to Epcot along with the color white, patterned paper, two different fonts, sticker and flower. What beautiful photos, Patricia and a darling layout too! Just the right embellishments for a UK Epcot layout!

Samara Gugler uses wood grain patterned paper as the base for her layout, along with yellow, white, blue, washi tape, two fonts, cardstock, die cut and a flower!   Wow, that's a lot from the Take 5 inspiration list on her darling layout! I really like how her photo stands out from her papers and embellishments.

Katie Regner showed us a 2 page layout that includes a 12x12 for one half and a Pocket Page type layout for the second half. What a clever way to include both types of scrapbooking! This is so pretty and cheerful and uses the colors blue and yellow, patterned paper, washi, stickers and a flower.  

Natasha's project is actually 3 pages, with 1 being a more traditional 12x12 layout, and the other 2 are more the pocket page style. That cute party hat is so, so cute! Natasha uses a combination of  yellow, white, blue, patterned paper and cardstock. What a wonderful way to remember that first birthday!

Our final Take 5 Challenge entry is by Colleen Collins. Colleen uses yellow, blue, patterned paper, wood grain, washi sticker and two fonts. She also uses 6 photos!! Wow! I especially like how she used the frame to highlight the person standing on the rocks!

Thanks so much for stopping by the PI blog today!  If you haven't played along with the Take 5 Challenge yet, remember you have until midnight July 4 to submit your project in the June Challege Album!

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