Sunday, August 24, 2014

In His Footsteps - Red Carpet Studio

There is a new challenge up today over at Red Carpet Studio. The movie for this challenge is Billy Madison. This movie follows a man who has grown up in the life of luxury without any responsibilities and in his quest to go back to school he earns his diploma without any help from rich relatives. The challenge is to create a project that uses "back to school" supplies such as paint, coloring, spray ink, stamps, etc.
Yay, may favorite kind of challenge, to get messy!! I used lots of mists and some Gesso and stamping on the background Core'dinations paper which I sanded to distress the page up even more. Added lots of layers under this picture of my son and daughter that I absolutely love. My daughter is following my son and wearing his cap last year after his graduation ceremony. I couldn't ask for a better son and big brother for her to follow after "in his footsteps".

Product List:

Cardstock: Core'dinations Whitewash
Patterned paper: Rosa Moka Equinoxe - Dream Street Simply Stated - Fancy Pants Happy Together - Chatter Box Inc. Together
Embellishments: Chick Tags - Crate Paper Buttons - Prima Pearls & Flowers - Maya Road Paper Flowers - October Afternoon Chipboard - Fancy Pants Envelope
Alpha: Thickers
Stamps: Unknown
Ink, mists, paint: Gesso - Heidi Swapp Color Shine Black - Tatttered Angels Choc. Cov. Cherries, Crushed Shells and Silver Sugar - Dylusions London Blue and Perfet Pearls Mist Forever Blue
Miscellaneous: Teresa Collins Transparency - Fancy Pants Flocked Transparency - Vellum, Studio 490 Stencil
Challenge Site: Red Carpet Studio

This page was published in the Let's Get Inspired Issue 5 Magazine!


  1. Wow Nadine! Gorgeous page! Love all the texture and fabulous colors!

  2. This is gorgeous! Love all the background work and that photo is just adorable!

  3. seriously LOVIN your background here!!! just totally amazing, great colors!!!

  4. Amazing work Nadine! love all the layers and background

  5. I love the theme of this page. It's a page that both kids will look at some day in the future and talk about together. I love the textures and colors of this. You've got artistic talent with your blending and eye for color. I really like this page a lot. Hugs, Gail

  6. Wow the details on this are really great! Your picture is so great too. Very deep page - makes you think. Well done. I just joined your blog - love it!


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