Since things didn't go as planned in Richmond, we spent some time driving around downtown and checking out some of the artwork from the 2013 Richmond Mural Project, which was curated by Art Whino. When I found out that there were pandas, I had to go see them. One was already painted over, but this guy was still showing plenty of attitude, painted by Adam "Woes" Martin.
When I sat down to scrap, I had a color palette in mind based on the new mood board challenge at Life.Paper.Scrapbook. From their board, I was inspired by the bold mixture of colors as well as the sharp lines from one of the images. Their February sketch challenge was posted while I was working on this series and so I had to put it to use as well! I think it worked out well for this super fun mural, painted by Greg Mike.
I'm still working on making a dent in my past Studio Calico kits, using papers from July and October. Gotta make room for some of the new lines coming out! I also wanted to finally get those cute fox badges from Freckled Fawn on a layout, and since the colors were spot on, I used them to represent the hubs and me.
I added a bit of map paper as well as Heidi Swapp Color Shine, stitching, and wood veneer symbols and numbers to all three layouts to further connect them. Lastly, you may have realized there is no journaling, but that's because the details from the day were written on January's Project Life pages along with a photo of different Love sculpture. I'll be sharing those next week and I'm pretty excited with how it all came together. Hope you have a great weekend!