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Inspiration From The Everday: Children's Books

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With my two little girls, we spend many moments reading together. Some children’s books are real gems for their drawings and the stories they tell. I already took a lot of inspiration from children’s book to realize my layouts so I immediately thought about doing this to show you one of my everyday inspirations.

I chose a book entitled La colère de Banshee (Banshee’s Wrath) written by "Jean-François Chabas" and illustrated by David Sala. I love this colored and enchanted universe. It seems to me that this universe is itself inspired by one of my favorite painters, Klimt.

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So I took my inspiration from the colors of the drawings to create this layout entitled "Smiles". I created a frame with superimposed flowers and buttons, just like the illustrator did in the book with his recurring colored circles. I also cut the wave of a Beach Bum paper to recreate the wave on the drawing. Finally, I wrote the journaling part like the way it is written in the book.

Benedicte Raphalen-Smiles

Getting your inspiration from children’s books enables you to create layouts using different collections. To make this one, I allowed myself to combine many different papers: Beach Bum, Saint Nick, Off To School papers with a Baby Mine Flocked Transparency and flowers and buttons from various collections.

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I hope I succeeded in getting you inspired by my vision of this theme. Happy new year to you all and happy holidays!

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-Bénédicte Raphalen

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