So here's what we found...
This cool sketch from Grand Diva's Creative Corner:
This bright, happy color palette from Kelly's Creating With Paper & More:
And this fun Tic-Tac-Toe challenge from Through the Eyes of Rochelle. Such a clever challenge! You have to pick three in a row, but I decided to go for a triple tic-tac-toe and use all of the items.
So here's my page. That's my husband and brother-in-law. Dan always says Farzad's his "brother from another mother," hence the title.
Here are some details. I used lots of different patterns on here. The background paper is American Crafts. Other papers: Lily Bee (green polka dots); Studio Calico (green triangle); Sassafras Lass (green grid); October Afternoon (turquoise); American Crafts (speech bubbles); Jillibean Soup (red polka dots).
The black Dymo-tape-looking stickers are super old and are by Pebbles. The wooden stars are Studio Calico.
"Brothers" is a Silhouette cut file. The little wooden men are by Studio Calico. Dan is super-tall and Farzad is on the short side, which is why I chose those two different sizes. There's an enamel dot inside the O for the tic-tac-toe box. And of course you can see the mini-alphas from another tic-tac-toe box.
The little camera was cut out of a Webster's Pages paper. I added a rhinestone for the "something that sparkles" on the tic-tac toe box.
These cool flair pins are by A Flair for Buttons. I love their buttons!
It was super fun playing with these challenges, and I'm sure I'll be visiting these girls' challenges again!