Chicken Soup

Friday, 4 February 2011

Recipe #27 & Welcome Alana Harrod

Welcome to this most blustery Friday evening across most of the UK! We sure hope you are tucked up in the warm and looking forward to the weekend ahead.
Before we go ahead and share with you our recipe for inspiration this week we would like to introduce an addition to the ChickenSoup Design team - a very warm welcome to Alana Harrod.


























Alana undertook a guest design team spot for us last year when we ran our 12 days of Christmas challenges and we loved her work so much we have asked to join us and are very pleased that she accepted. More of her crafting work can be found on her creative blog so be sure to pop on over and get to know her!

This week we bring you a recipe that Mel found for us with plenty of scope for inspiring your next crafting project.




















And here are the design team projects for this week.


Mel focused on the grid pattern to create a holiday memory page


























Alana created a set of Calendar Girl ATCs inspired by one of the grid images.

















Ann also focused on the grid pattern to inspire her fun layout, as well as the vibrant colours in this weeks recipe.























Last up this week is Annette with her super lovely card also focusing on the grid style of this weeks recipe.






















How will you be inspired? Will the grid style kickstart your next project, or maybe one of the images? Maybe the loveable Mickey Mouse? Be sure to share with us your card, layout or indeed whatever you create - we love to see them! Until next week crafty friends!

4 comments:

Karen said...

I have made a quick card inspired by one of the blocks in the print.

http://talesfromthescrapheap.blogspot.com/2011/02/finding-february-loooooove.html

Thanks for the inspiration

Karen xxx

Karen Williams said...

loved the grid - great chance to use some old paper

http://icouldbescrapbookinginstead.blogspot.com/2011/02/all-kinds-of-inspiration.html

Sarah said...

Great work by the DT. Love the inspiration photo.

Here's my LO

Esellek's Crafty Playground and Other Stuff said...

I've been playing and seem to have done some catching up! Recipe 25, 26 and 27
http://esellek.blogspot.com/2011/02/blogging-on.html

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