Its a super color challenge at DRS Designs. Here is the inspiration pallet:
Such yummy colors and I love the inspiration picture too. Reminds me of my camping years - you know those years prior to make up, curling irons, hair straighteners, and boys! LOL As I have aged, I look at this picture and I think it is beautiful, but I wouldn't want to be out in it. Here in Alabama, and probably everywhere else, this picture is full of hidden scary things - bugs by the millions, spiders, snakes, wild hogs, and no bathrooms! Anyway, it is great for inspiration.
I decided to go with a wood theme, continue on the boy theme from last week, and incorporate as many of the colors as I could (I left out the brown accidently as I had intended to have a kraft layer and forgot - but it is in the bg of my picture...).
I started my main panel with some white card stock (a full page which is where I got my stars too) and masked off a portion and sponged it. I did five stripes. I did not try to be even as I wasn't sure what I as going to do with the stripes. Then I stamped the Wood Grain Background stamp across the whole paper. Next,I cut my panel and die cut my stars (MFT star die). I stamped the new (to be released in a few days) Happy Father's Day stamp on one of the stars and layered the stars on the main panel (sponged the edges to make them stand out a bit more).
My Pop and I have a glass of wine together at least one night a week. He tells me stories of the wars or what it was like to group up in the 30s and 40s - I just sit mesmerized. So I had to add the wine glass from the Pour Me...Bottle and Glass image. You can't see it here very well but I layered 6 of these wine glasses and covered them in versamark and clear ep so they would shine like glass and really stand out. Looks like a charm IRL. I also made a few scrap pieces into some banners and stapled them on for a bit more of a festive feel.
Hope the picture and colors above inspire you - we would love to see the result.