Today I've got another awesome layout based on a challenge from Scrap Our Stash.
Here's the challenge:
Here is my layout:
To start I picked a line with gold in it because I struggle a little with color challenges. Turned out I was pretty good at finding items with gold in them though.
I put my journaling on this kraft tag but then added a little doodling to the back so it would add to the page instead of showing it journal side up or having a plain back.
This large ornament came with the kit that had this paper line it. I really liked the idea of using ornaments hanging from the top just like the sketch so I added this cute santa to it and then put a couple more on. I tied some twine in bows to add at the top of each ornament.
I finished my layout up with some stickles! lol It's been a bit since I used them. Worked perfect.
Inspired by the challenge I made a layout of my kids playing together on a Saturday. It's fun to watch them work and play right? They raked all of these leaves out of the neighbors yard and brought them into ours to have fun with. lol
I stuck fairly close to the layout by doing lots of patterned paper layers.
I tried to give the impression of flying leaves by using the leaf stickers around the final photo in my photo sequence.
Using a long title is hard for me sometimes but I really like the way this one turned out and it tells you a lot about the photos in a quick glance. I also used my fruit embellishment here, an apple.
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Today I'm sharing a card I made to go along with the sketch challenge at Sketch N Scrap.
This goes with card sketch #155 I thought this sketch was perfect for using some of the wreath stickers that I would be less likely to use on a layout. Then I added my sentiment and some fun little snowflakes.
We have officially gotten to my favorite holiday of the year! I love me some Halloween!!!
So this challenge was right up my alley.
Here's the layout I made:
I started by picking my photos and then pulled things from various Halloween lines I have. I chose a background that was a little on the plain side, but it has the required orange for the challenge in the pumpkins on the border. I love that it was black because it really helped the rest of my elements pop.
After that I added my patterned paper and washi tape layers before dripping the Ranger inks over my layout.
After it dried I added my photos and then started adding all the fun little embellishments.
I left this bottom corner a bit plain so my title would really pop. After I got it on there then I added a few more embellishments until I liked the look.
For my word I used these products:
C- circle stickers
Today I'm sharing this super fun back-to-school layout using this challenge from Scrap Our Stash:
I used the sketch, the back-to-school theme and lots of educational symbols on my layout:
I used a bit of spray ink on my background and then inked the edges of my patterned papers to help them pop off the page. The strips above and below my photos are washi tape. From there I added some die cuts and the apple/worm wood piece then I spruced it all up with some enamel stars, hearts and triangles.
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Today I bring you a super fun layout I made using the August Scrap Our Stash Cartoon challenge:
So the challenge is to use the cartoon as inspiration to create a family themed layout using the sketch and mixed alphas. Here is my take on the challenge:
So here's my family having some water fun and I even remembered to get some group pictures. Honestly I'm not too great at that lately.
You can see my mixed alphas and I stuck fairly close to the sketch.