Welcome to our October challenges – Grid layout
This month we are all about grids. The grid foundation is a layout configuration crafters use again and again when creating our pages, it’s a fantastic way to give your pages a foundation to build on. There are so many ways to use grids on your layout, and here 3 for you!
Donna’s Challenge – Use this Grid sketch
I have created a sketch for this month.
I look forward to seeing everyone’s take on this.
Debra’s Challenge – Grid x 2
My Challenge is to use 2 different grids on your layouts, in a minimalist way.
So please use 2 inch squares, and another grid.
I used a hexagon/ honeycomb grid. as my second grid.
I cut 11 x 2 inch squares from Fancy Pants range, Happy Place, running 2 rows of squares down the left hand side of the page. I used both sides of the double-sided paper. and fussy cut the elements from Bee Arty’s Bee The Sunshine – Sunny Days paper, flowers, branches, bees and Honey Comb.
I cut one of the honeycomb pieces in half. tucking it under my photo, as my second grid. and added some of my fussy cut, flowers and bees.
I added a couple of die-cuts and acetate hearts and chevrons from my stash
Have fun Creating
Louise’s Challenge 3 – Grid x 12
Grid layouts are a fun way to get creative without having to think too much.
Today I’m challenging you to include 12 same size shapes on your grid layout.
Here is my inspiration piece:
I decided to keep my photo central and build my grid around it.
I’ve used papers from the Cocoa Vanilla Studio “Happy Days” collection.
To embellish my page, I’ve used a few little embellishment trinkets and added some doodling with black pen.
Finally I’ve mounted my smaller background piece on a black and white paper to help the grid pop.
Thanks for visiting.
All entries must be created for Mystical’s challenges, and submitted to the albums by 11.55 pm, 31st October 2023 to be eligible for the prize.
The prize is by random draw. This month’s prize is a mixed Jouanalling and die-cut set from Uniquely Creative.
International entries are welcome, however, due to international postage costs, the prize is a letter-sized surprise in the post.