My last layout from the crop is based on a sketch at Let’s Get Sketchy. It uses 2 photos, but I used one and replaced the other one for a tag:
And here is the sketch:
Its also for ACOT’s Title Challenge. To use the word “Priceless” as your title and include wood veneers. Mine are the arrows. Which I colored and smudged in some black gelatos:
My full list of supplies include:
washi tape: Queen & Co
tag, brad, stickers, pp: Teresa Collins
star paper clip: Webster’s Pages
alphas, burlap flower: The Paper Studio
white flower: Recollections
hearts: Amy Tangerine
arrows: Studio Calico
I came across these photos of Penny Lane when she was just a pup – about 6 months old. She was so little! And looking oh-so-cute!
This layout is based on Let’s Get Sketchy’s Sketch – Week One for September:
I really had fun with this one, with all the white space. I used washi tape at the bottom and added a cluster of flowers/bling in the corner:
At the top, I added a small piece of washi, along with a charm/twine, and a brad, with a sprinkling of sequins and mist:
I cut my title using Cricut cartridge “Opposites Attract”, and the Cricut Craft Room to weld some of the letters together:
This layout is also for my Fashion Challenge that I’m hosting at ACOT for the month of September (its due Oct 5th). You all have heard about that one rule – no white on labor day? Well, I say throw out that rule and wear white whenever! So I’m challenging everyone to use a white background, along with ONE other color (mine was lilac) and a metallic (mine was silver). I hope you will come and play along!
This next layout features my brother’s dog, Max, who likes to get under comforters and blankets (even if its not even cold!).
Its based on Let’s Get Sketchy’s Week One sketch for March:
I just LOVE all the white space and with that said, it was perfect for ACOT’s Guest Designer Challenge “White Space”! The GD wants us to either concentrate on the top half or bottom half only.
The layout is also for my Fashion Challenge that I host at ACOT. For March, sheer, thin fabric (think spaghetti strapped slinky dresses or silk camisoles) is what’s in fashion. So basically we’re starting to show some skin! I’m having scrappers use a neutral background (white, cream, black, brown, or tan); along with something that would be consider almost see- through. You can use transparency, vellum, a sheer washi or ribbon. AND…if you use ribbon or washi or borders on your project, make them skinny (to represent spaghetti straps)!
Here’s a close up:
The pattern paper strips are by Reminisce, and the transparency and the dog bone paper clip is by Creative Imaginations. The “Love is a four-legged Word” is by Bo Bunny.
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