We are back once again with another challenge for you!! But before we get to that, lets see who won the last challenge, shall we?
Well the winner of the Type inspired embellishment prompt was..............................................
MandySea!!!! Congrats MandySea, be sure to email me at Thecreativetype@Hotmail.com so we can get that prize over to you.
Our next prompt involves taking inspiration from comic books!! All of those big bold words in conversation bubbles, pretty fun stuff to play around with on a layout. Our guest designer is the wonderful Angie Backen!!! I am quite partial to Angie, I was able to meet her last June at Sisiversary, she happened to be my roomie. Other then that, Angie is pretty good at creating some fun and beautiful layouts!! It was about time that we had her guest design.
"Hi! My name is Angie Backen. I am a 37 yo mama of 2 girls and a wife of one incredibly hard working and devastatingly handsome computer guru (nerd?). We share our suburban home in Phoenix, AZ with 2 dogs, a Yorkie named "Waffles" and a German Shepherd named "Pancakes". (I’m thinking we must have been hungry when we named them.) I've been crafty for as long as I can remember. I started scrapbooking in the 90's, when all we had to choose from were a few stickers, frames, and LOTS of mat packs. I eventually gave up on it (proven by my firstborn's unfinished baby album), but continued on with various hobbies. I only started scrapping again a couple of years ago and WOW... this industry has come a long way, and I'm very excited to be a part of it. I'm also thrilled to be a GD for The Creative Type this month. These girls rule! Thank you!"
Angie really captured the comic book style and I think its just awesome.
Thank you Angie!!! I think you have inspired us all for this one.
We happen to have a very nice prize for this one, and it is sponsored by one of the Typists, Dani. Thank you Dani for this generous prize.
This great necklace is made by Savage Salvage on Etsy. Be sure to stop on over at their shop and see what other fun things they have, and thank you once again Dani!
Now lets see how some of the Typists used some comic book style in their projects.