Are you ready for another Counterfeit Kit Challenge?
Today's challenge is to create a project using a grid design. You can incorporate the "grid" using elements, photos, or the paper on your project.
Don't laugh... but I literally sat over four hours staring at these photos trying to figure out how I wanted to arrange them. They were 4x6 prints, but after trimming them down some I worked out a layout that I am happy with.
Wegman's opened a new store in my community. I love Wegman's. We have 3-4 other grocery stores in close proximity but I hate their produce. I'm a bit of a snob when it comes to produce. Living in San Diego will do that to you. It's not uncommon for me to drive 25+ miles to get fresh produce.
I know it sounds crazy but I love my fresh fruits & veggies :) Now that Wegman's is only a 5 minute drive I'll have more options for fresh seasonal produce. Not only that, they have the BEST gluten free section of all of the grocery stores within 25+ miles from my home. Granted a lot of the offerings are junk foods, but it's great to have options.
Anyway, once I figured out how I wanted to place my photos, I matted them using white cardstock, adhered them to kraft cardstock, and then adhered them to the blue cardstock base using foam tape. I added a few embellishments and some alpha stickers. I've had those alpha stickers in my stash for at least two years, it felt good to finally use them.
I also rediscovered my Making Memories Magnetic Date Stamp set... remember those? I forgot how much I love it. It's another $10 goody I've had in my stash for a good 8+ years.
Thanks for looking!
I hope you'll get a chance to create something for this fun challenge.