Good morning everyone! I have a super cute layout to share with you today. Its based on a sketch from Deanna, who hosts the Sketch w/ a Twist Challenge over at A Cherry On Top.
I really love this sketch. The simple 4×4 pics/paper squares. The border. The huge title. Its awesome and one I’ll save for later!
I chose to scrap Jasmine & Shelby’s first vet visit, which occurred the day after we adopted them. I can’t believe how little they were!
I used bo bunny cardstock and pattern papers, and embellishments from various manufacturers:
“Save a Life” sticker: MAMBI
paw print stickers: Sticko
“Best Friend” word bubble sticker: Reminisce
“WOOF” sticker, dog die cut: The Paper Studio
Here’s a few close-ups
Journaling reads: We took Jasmine and Shelby to the vet the following day after we adopted them. They did so well, and were so brave. Shelby, though, clung to Rob’s neck for dear life. But Dr. Hoke checked them over and he said they were in good health! April 28, 2017
Hello everyone! First time in a while I’m posting a layout. Its based on the new Becky Fleck Sketch Challenge over at A Cherry On Top, as well as a couple of other challenges there.
I used mostly Bo Bunny “Head over Heels”, along with My Little Shoebox alphas. The pinks were perfect for these pics of Penny tearing up her pink turtle. I can’t believe this is just over 4 years ago. Time sure does fly!
Here is the sketch I used:
I used only black, white, pink and red for the Color & Shape Challenge, which was to use those colors at least 75% of your layout, along with a heart. I used several small chipboard hearts.
The Mood Board Challenge was also a great fit for this layout, as it had pink and red, along with hearts.
Good morning everyone! Today I have a brand new card sketch designed by Heather Hall to share with you:
I love this sketch! Its so versatile and I see myself using this sketch again!
Here is my take on it:
I used Bo Bunny “Serenade” collection here. I fell in love with the “thank you” sentiment rub-on, and just went from there.
Make sure you check out the rest of the DT’s work on the Sketch N Scrap blog. Hope you can join us and play along.
Good morning everyone! Today I have the 2nd card sketch for the month of March from Lisa Hidy:
And here is my take on it:
I used Bo Bunny “Love Letters”. I thought that sticker was perfect for this sketch. The rest of the card came together rather quickly.
Make sure you stop by the Sketch N Scrap blog to check out the rest of the creativity by the DT. Hope you can play along.
Good morning everyone! Today is my turn to share with you a new sketch by Bev Code for Sketches In Thyme:
And here is my take on it:
Its an old photo of me and Kandie. I used Echo Park “BARK” for the papers/stickers. A bo Bunny doily; Paper Studio dog brad; Jolee’s paw prints and a Sticko “WOOF!” sticker.
Make sure you stop by the Sketches in Thyme blog to check out the other sketches. You have until the end of the month to play along!
Good morning everyone! Today I’m sharing with you a wonderful card sketch designed by Heather Hall:
Its super cute and LOVE those flowers! So here is what I came up with:
Everything is Bo Bunny. Very very very OLD Bo Bunny. Like Vicki B (sentiment sticker and cream colored pattern paper). And Mango Luau (the flowers that were fussy cut from pattern paper and the striped pattern paper). And lets not forget Flower Child (lime green pattern paper). LIke I said…OLD Bo Bunny. But it works! LOL
So head over to Sketch N Scrap blog to check out the latest card sketch and what the fabulous DT came up with! Hope you can join us!
Good morning everyone! Today I will be sharing with you the newest card sketch by Lisa Hidy at Sketch N Scrap.
It has so many possibilities! And here’s my take on it:
I used Bo Bunny “Pincushion” collection and moved the hearts over to the other corner. I turned the longer, skinnier piece into a banner and because the banner has “faux stitching” on it, I did the same around the light black cardstock.
Hope you can play along with us over at Sketch N Scrap! You have until the end of the month to submit your card. Make sure you check out the rest of the DT’s awesome work.
Good morning all! Today’s 1st sketch of the month was designed by the very talented Heather Hall!
This sketch has SOOOO many possibilities! And here is my take on it:
The basic design is the same, but my scallops are larger, and I brought the photo and title down a bit more. Everything is Bo Bunny “Serenity”. Every year, since 2010, my husband and I have gone out for sushi for our Anniversary Dinner. This collection was perfect as its an asian-theme collection and check out those chipboard chopsticks!
Make sure you stop by the Sketch N Scrap Blog and check out the rest of the amazing DT layouts.
Hello everyone! Its almost the end of the month and I’m wrapping up my September list of Use it or Lose it. I’ve used quite a bit and here are a few layouts featuring those items:
Friends: Used Zazz! glitter glue and MAMBI pattern papers
Generations: Prima Flowers and The Paper Studio “Family Heirloom” collection
Born to Scrap: Bo Bunny “Forever Young” chipboard
Love: MAMBI pattern paper
Hey ya’ll! I’m back with my first layout from this weekend. I usually get 2 layouts done the first night during Scrap Weekend, but this time…barely got one done. But it worked out as I got FIVE more done on Sunday!
Anyways, this first layout is based on Let’s Get Sketchy Sketch from Week 2 of this month.
I love the simple one photo design, with the borders. I also wanted to do a sun burst of sorts and grabbed my Crafter’s Workshop stencil and Shimmerz Texturez in Gold Mine to create the sunburst.
I love how the gold looks on the darker papers – which by the way, are from Bo Bunny’s “Mamma-razzi” collection. The stickers/alphas are also from that collection, which I had originally posted for my August Use It or Lose It Challenge.
This photo is one of my faves of Miss Penny. You all know how she is “all about Squirrely”. Well, before we moved to our new house last year, she was accustomed to having a very large front AND back yard with no fence in between. So she could roam around when ever where ever. Our new home, though, has the back yard fenced, and that’s it! Its great for us. Not-so-great for Miss Penny. Within a week, Penny realized that Squirrely could get away from her much more easily. And I caught her pouting. What is she thinking? Is she mad? LOL. She sure does look like she would be!
This layout is also for ACOT’s Supply List Challenge. Out of 10 items, we had to use at least 5. Mine are:
Enamel dots and/or brads (2 black enamel dots)
2 or more patterned papers (used about 5)
Sunshine (can be in the photo, paper, whatever) (used a sun burst stencil)
twine/ribbon (twine around my photo)
something from your stash that is either from a discontinued manufacturer or at least 2 years old (Bo Bunny Mamma-razi collection. It came out in 2011)