Sunday, October 13, 2013

Collage Obsession: Celebrating Patterns!


This week I am filling in for Itkupilli on the Collage Obsession Challenge. The challenge is to create something featuring a pattern or patterns. Here is the card I made:



(click on photo for closeup)

I basically fell in love with the background paper (above), and have been waiting for a chance to use it! My Grandmother had something in her home that was similar to the pattern on the left of the card. I think Grandma's was a paisley pattern though. I just can't remember what it was! A couch? A dress? I don't know, but the basic idea has stayed with me all this time.

What's your favorite pattern? Gingham? Polka dots? Hounds-tooth?

To join the challenge this week, and/or to see the other entries, just click **HERE**. 

Thanks so much for stopping by. God Bless & xo!



Credits: Photo -  Itkupilli Imagenarium's Vintage Beauties Vol. 3, Paper - Basic Grey, Bittersweet Paper Collection


12 comments:

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

I love the combination of patterns in that background, which compliments your photograph perfectly. It's funny how patterns can remind us of loved ones, just as music and scents. Blessings!

Tiffany said...

Thank you. You're so right, Arnoldo!

Ritva said...

Great topic, I have been working on this type of thing on my own. you card could also be a book cover - just beautiful.

Karla B aka Lady Skyclad said...

Stunning ATC!Love the patterns and colors!

Deann said...

The combination of patterns you have put together is stunning Tiffany...a wonderful collage.

Tiffany said...

Thanks so much, Ritva, Karla & Deann!

bluegiraffe (Sherry) said...

That a gorgeous combination of patterns, Tiffany! Well done!

sirkkis said...

These all different patterns and the image fit perfectly together. Love your card, Tiffany.

Kaylene said...

Beautifully created, a great challenge. Cheers

Tiffany said...

Thank you Sherry, Sirkkis & Kaylene! xo

EarlK said...

Absolutely beautiful. It all goes together so well including the clothes she is wearing.

lorik said...

Your patterns as a backdrop to that beautiful girl are lovely. There are patterns I associate with times past too.. especially my parents 70s wallpaper!

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