Monday, September 26, 2011

Google it!

This month at From Screen 2 Scrap! the challenge is to use the movie poster from Rio as your inspiration. As an additional challenge you can include a one word title, use blue, yellow and red cardstock, and add a bird.


Blue, yellow, and red made me think of my recent tour of Google! This page was pretty easy and cheap to complete, since I used cardstock scraps and stamps, plus one sticker from the sheet of Google stickers I bought in the gift shop. I've been trying to use white cardstock on a page for awhile and never liked it, but the bright cardstock and inspiration from the Google logo made it possible.

I was originally just going to use "Google" as my one word title, but it seemed redundant with a giant Google sign right underneath it. Once I added the wise owl I decided he's done asking, "Who?!" and now knows where to find the answer, creating a 2 word title instead.

11 comments:

DebiJ said...

Wow - imagine going to Google...that must have been great!
I love how you have the bold colours, & the Google name big & bright. Thanks for playing again, lovely to see you

Mary said...

what a fun place to visit. Love the way you had made your bird. Thanks for playing.

Scrappi Sandi said...

You're right! The colours were perfect for this subject!! Great LO...& what an amzing visit to document too!! p.s. I do miss 'proper' red telephone boxes!!! :)

Jane said...

What a fun take on the challenge - well done.

Shazza said...

I love your 'Google' take on the challenge! Perfect colors! Welldone and thankyou for joining in this month at FS2S :)

Jenna Ruth said...

Wow! Great subject for your layout! Love it!

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Fun page! Perfect for this challenge! Thanks so much for playing along with us this month at From Screen 2 Scrap!

Natalie Elphinstone said...

You're right... the white cardstock was the perfect base for this layout with it's bright and bold and graphic colours. Wonderful page!

stephanie said...

Google knew what they were doing when they crafted their name in pimary colors.

Alanna said...

Great colour blocking! The bright bold colours look fantastic on the white cardstock! Love the owl too :) Thanks for playing along this month :)

Karen Williams said...

fun Lo- what a great trip to have made- thanks for playing at FS2S- cute owl