Day 3 of Pattern Play was all about using loud in-yer-face patterns and how to calm them down. One treatment is to chop them up - divide and conquer! (That was our motto for dealing with our two kids when they were loud and in-yer-face btw. Dividing and conquering. Not chopping them up.)
I went a bid mad with the homework and made four cards using the same technique. This first one I'm entering into the MUSE challenge which has Marion's card as the inspiration:
Hopefully you can see what inspiration I used for my card, but just in case - the large flower images and the blocks (mine are of DP rather than different shades).
Here are the four loud patterns that I worked with for my homework:
And here's the rest of my homework:
For the next two, I couldn't decide which sentiment/border to put with which card as each one changed the emphasis of the colours in the background.
So here's what I decided on - mainly because the green panel wasn't quite wide enough to sit on the pink card.
Back to school for Lesson 4 - I'm still behind!