Saturday, August 19, 2023

Just Us Girls #693 - Photo Week

I'm the host at Just Us Girls this week for their photo challenge and this is what I chose for your inspiration.

Here's a close-up.

There are a lot of elements for you to choose from to make your card.  If you need ideas, check out what the Design Team and our guest Greta have made for your inspiration.  Here is what I did.

My elements include starfish from Hero Arts, sunglasses from MFT, and flip flops from Paper Smooches cut from cork.  They are arranged on a towel made with a stencil and navy ink.  The sentiment from HoneyBee's Flippin' Fabulous is also stamped in navy. 

If you are chosen the winner of the challenge, you have a chance to be a future guest designer.  Will we see your card in our gallery?

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  1. Great minds think alike! I love your cork flip flops and tortoise shell sunglasses!!! That striped stencil and the starfish complete the beachy look! Love this card!

  2. So fun Bobby! If you get a moment, check the main post, you are not linked up.

  3. Love these cork bottom flip flops and that flashy blanket with the starfish! I'm glad you added sunglasses too!

  4. Awesome job with the photo, Bobby! Love all your elements they work so well together!

  5. Those little cork flip flops are too cute! Love your beachy themed card, Bobby!

  6. Love the cork flips - and your striped paper beach blanket!

  7. Love the sandals! So fun with the cork. This was a great photo!

  8. This is so cute! I love the sandals made with cork. So cool! Great photo this week.

  9. Comment catch-up!
    Your beach towel images - complete with cork sandals (how super cool) - is an awesome take on your moodboard. So. Much. Fun!

  10. Love the cork flip flops! Such a wonderful use of your mood board!