Monday, December 19, 2022

Christmas at CKC - 12 Days of Christmas - Challenge #9 - MF Leslie

We are all dancing round here but let's see where this prompt took MF Leslie today!

MF Leslie here - so happy that you are joining us for another fun, inspiring seasonal challenge. A few days prior to the Master Forger Design Team receiving the details about the December prompts, I ran across digital photos of this 2004 family outing that was somehow never scrapped! How often does THAT happen? Definitely a God breeze. Not only did the live performance fit the theme but the music angle figures into our family tradition.

 I first searched for a theatre graphic to frame my stage photo & found this from The Graphics Fairy.

Isn't it cute? I added my photo in Photoshop. Next I fussy-cut the nutcracker & the ballet slippers from this 2012 Graphic 45 Nutcracker Sweet collection. Fussy-cutting makes me so happy! I also used the N card & added a few subtle bling embellishments to each.

I decided what size I needed the audience photo to be & created a Photoshop file that incorporated my journaling in white letters on a black background to blend in with my page. The final touch was a little gold star sequin with a musical note next to my journaling that meets all three criteria for this challenge!

 Be sure to return tomorrow for the Ten Lords A-Leaping prompt!

We'd love it if you'd join in. 

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 Thanks so much for stopping by! We can't wait to see you playing along with our festive fun this month.


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