Last but not least Darlene is here to show us what she can do with Serendipity. Her daughter is always a cute model so she could not go wrong here!
Serendipity squares? What in the world is that??? Well, my dear bloggy friends, serendipity squares are just too easy and fun to make. Just use any scrap paper in your choice of colors/patterns and glue. Tear your papers in any fashion you like and paste down on a 12x12 sheet of paper. Sounds too easy? IT IS REALLY! And this month on If It’s Groovy, the challenge is to make a serendipity layout. Fun!
I’m pretty happy with the way this layout turned out, and the layout pretty much made itself once I had the background done. I just used 4 sheets of different yellow, red, and blue paper and Modge Podge glue to get it all to stick down. I found that I used about 4x4 inches worth of each paper to make the background. I think I will totally use this technique again when I have scraps laying around. :))
Don’t forget to join me for the fun challenge of making your own serendipity squares layout on IIG. :) I’d love to see what you come up with.