I started with some hazy greenish photos of me reading to my great-nephew when he was here back in 2009 for Shimelle's Fifteenth Challenge to treat a rubbish photo (or several) like they were every other picture in your world. There's a lot of green in these photos, but I wanted the focus to be on Andrew in his blue pjs, so I used blue paper & embellishments. I actually think this technique really improved the quality of the photos.
I had to laugh when I saw Shimelle's sixteenth challenge to use your leftovers from this weekend. I think her theory is that we've scrapped for a couple of days and have scraps covering our craft table that can be used on this last layout. I, however, clean off my craft table after every layout/card/project - it's just what works for me. So, I pulled scraps from my scrap files for this layout, some are papers that I've used on this past week, others are scraps from previous projects. I copied the design of Amy Tan's layout that Shimelle provided in this prompt.
(Those of you who've been reading my blog for a while and know what a great husband I have probably guessed correctly that he made this delicious looking breakfast!)
YIPPEE - I've completed a layout for each of Shimelle's Online Scrapbooking Weekend Challenges ahead of this weekend's deadline! How did you do? Were you able to complete all (or some) of these fun challenges?