Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Michelle Ward's Street Team Crusade for February


Crusade #37 - XXX's & OOO's - Since February is Valentine's month, our challenge was to do a spread with the letters X and O.  I learned something interesting -- it seems rather obvious, but XXX's and OOO's are not part of everyone's culture.  I finally succombed to spray paints.  I tried not to go wild and purchase in every color.  I only have so much room to store, but it was tempting!!!! 





11 comments:

michelle ward said...

Marilyn - this spread and the one below are so fun! Love all the cool stuff going on, especially the spray paint! Thanks for sharing with the street team!!

jgr said...

Hi Marilyn,
WOW! Your pages are beautiful! I like the way you added pink to your palette of red, black and white. There's alot of nice detail in your layering, too. I think spray-paint is addictive - in a good way.

Janet said...

Oh, this is beautiful! I really like all the layers. Spray painting is so addictive! I'd do more of it if we didn't have so much wind where we live.

goudenregen said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog. I really love your pages, the colors and text, so fresh and cheerful.

Susan Sager Brown said...

Very cool pages, I especially love the little pink x's and o's on the black heart! Your blog design is beautiful, I'll be back to visit! xoSusan

Pam Aries said...

I'm really enjoying all oyur art and photos.. I especially love the photos replacing color! Very cool!

Susan Sager Brown said...

Marilyn, I love your layout. You have really mastered spray painting!! I love those little pink x's and o's on the black heart background, they really pop!! xoSusan

cathsheard said...

Great layout! And as for the spray paint thing, it does seem to be a growing affliction huh? You could always just build more storage space ;-0

mariasangel said...

love the way you used black with the red and pink!

scj said...

I love these spreads and the spray paints gives a mysterious edge to it. The little x's and o's are fun too.

Debra McWilliam said...

Marilyn,
I love the gradation of color in your spread and how it flows from red to pink, gray to black. Quite nice!

PS Thanks for the comment on my spread.