Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Ad Inspiration Challenge

The Counterfeit Kit Club gave us this challenge:

Mini Challenge #1: Ad Challenge


Find an ad from a magazine, television, newspaper, ect. and use it to inspire a project! (Hint: if you have a favorite brand/company, you can google their name plus ads and it will bring up pictures for you to see.)
Here is my inspiration:

 The colors reminded me so much of my Summer Add-On Kit, the water droplets  reminded me of these photos from the spray park, and I thought that the name of the fabric softener, "Simple Pleasures" would be the perfect title!

My Layout:

I used one sheet of cream cardstock from my stash, the Mango Frost Orange Glitter Swirl cardstock from DCWV,  handmade flower and butterfly, label and border sticker from Making Memories, all from my Main Counterfeit Kit for June, and Green Thickers from my May Boy Add-On.
Be sure to play along with the Counterfeit Kit Challenge blog for a chance at this month's AWESOME prize! Read about it here:
Sandy, from http://www.socalscrapbooks.com/, has generously donated this prize pack that will be randomly given away to one of our blog hop participants on the 28th of June. So gather your Counterfeit Kits, follow along with the tutorials to "counterfeit" some product, and stay tuned for details about the Blog Hop on June 28th.



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Be sure to play along-if you don't enter, you can't win! And, if you need some scrappy goodies now-check out Socal Scrapbooks!

5 comments:

  1. Your layout looks great - this challenge was trickier than I thought it would be, but fun.

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  2. I agree with S - your layout is great and you used your inspiration perfectly. I don't buy any mags which is proving tricky for me on the ad front but I will track down something!

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  3. Looks great - love that mango frost paper.

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  4. Uhooi,,
    Wow,, This card is very sweet, pretty and nice,,

    Uhooi.blogspot.com

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