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Wednesday, 15 October 2014

See The Impossible

Dear all,

how are you all today? Hope you're all doing great. CSI (Color Stories Inspiration) has a very interesting case this week. Check this one below...
So is the challenge from Pixels and Paper Challenge Blog with the moodboard below
I thought I would like to combine this case since they have similar color and I pretended that the teapot was me pouring out all the trouble of my mind. So, here's my layout for that....
Lately, everything has been weighing me down. My family, my life, my family's future, my daughter, how she'll be when she grows up... apparently, everything has been nothing but a trouble in my head. I used to be much better than this. I used to be more "faithful" than "troublesome". Maybe because I haven't really close to prayer lately. I know I really should now. This layout has expressed my feeling about what should I do. The journal said, "I should have cut my mind open and started to throw away all the stuffs that weighing me down and somehow be able to see that they are nicer out there instead of a burden inside me. And started to fill my mind with positive thoughts, I knew then my life will start to change to see the impossible things." Here's more details from my layout....
I sprayed Dylusions Ink Spray to create the background in two sides. One side with Cherry Pie and London Blue and the other with Black Marble. I arranged the chipboards as if they were bursting out from my head. All the chipboards I colored with black acrylic paint and rubbed with Inka Gold - Steel Blue, Red Lava, Old Gold, Ice Blue and Hematite. I used Glossy Accent to shine the title "See The Impossible"
Thank you CSI (Color Stories Inspiration) and Pixels and Paper Challenge Blog for the challenge.
I hope you enjoy my layout this time and thank you for stopping by...



  1. Such a striking layout Merry and a really interesting take on both of the challenges. Thanks for sharing with us on Pixels and Paper.

  2. Wow, love the color splatters and designs. The scissors near your head is a bit funny to me. I just love it :-) Thanks for playing along with us at Pixels and Paper