Last Wednesday was the reveal day of this month's first challenge over at Child's Play Challenges. The theme was Weebles. When I thought of them the only thing came to mind was the famous saying, "Weebles wobble but they don't fall down". That didn't help me because it didn't inspire me. Thanks to my great friend Kelly, she went to wikipedia and saw the definition and the term roly-poly was in it. When I think of that term I think of my little roly-poly, Buster.
Here is the inspiration photo.
Now here my page of my little Weeble.
Supplies: cardstock (American Crafts nd The Paper Studio), pattern paper (Echo Park and My Mind's Eye), gelatos (Faber-Castell), modeling paste, mist (Heidi Swapp and Studio Calico), stickers (American Crafts and Jolee's), washi tape (Scotch, Bella Blvd. and We R Memory Keepers), journaling card (Project Life), twine (Timeless Twine), stitching template (American Crafts), electronic die cutter and cartridge (Provo Craft) and frame (?)
I am in loving this photo of Buster with his yarn wig I made last year for his Hippie costume. He is so use to wearing things that he likes it and if you try to take it off he has a fit. This page was created with 90% non-Halloween theme products. I like doing that so I don't have a ton of supplies laying around my stash that only gets use a couple of times a year. With those gelatos by Faber-Castell you change the color of items in your stash easily. I use them on that spider web paper, it use to be white now it is an ombre of oranges.
While you are reading this I am probably painting, cooking, creating more layouts or sleeping. That is what my life has been like the last two months. LOL. Thanks for dropping by.