It's time for more inspiration from the double page team at Stick it Down.
Here is my take on the sketch:
And here is the sketch:
I liked working with this sketch and had a fun time finding all the cut off strips from patterned papers, the ones with the brand and name on one side and a pattern on the other. I always cut these off and save them. They seldom get used, so I have a lot of them.
So fun to get to use them.
I cut them off in different lenght and glued them down on the cardstock.
My photos where a bit larger than on the sketch so I put four on the left side and two on the right side.
For embellish I used micro beads in two different colors on some places on the layout.
I put a clock and a tab with date down in the left corner.
Down on the strip at the edge I glued three large glass beads, and did the same on the top of the strip on the right side.
Some embellishments in the right down corner.
I used glue to seal the alphatiles and put some micro beads there too.
I tillegg til scrapping har jeg de siste par årene også sydd en del lappeteknikk.
I våres sydde jeg to vesker etter et mønster på YouTube hos Missouri Star Quilt Co, kalt Tumbler Bag.
Jeg hadde en pakke med charms (5 x 5 inch firkanter) og fant ut at jeg ville prøve å lage en slik. Siden jeg ikke hadde vatt med lim på så brukte jeg det jeg hadde og det var platevatt. Valgte å bruke det bare på utsiden av veska og ikke på foret. Quiltet langs de rette sømmene, og litt ekstra oppe på toppen.
Resultatet ble denne veska:
Siden be det en til, men jeg hadde ikke flere charms pakker, så da brukte jeg noen stoffer jeg hadde og skar til bitene selv. Litt mer jobb, men helt greit.
It's time for the reveal from the double page team at Stick it Down.
I have made a layout with photos taken in the sunset at Grand Canyon. It was great to see, but it's hard to catch with the camera.
Here is my page:
As you can see I used square photos instead of the circle ones in the sketch. I did it because I think it was better for my photos this time.
The sketch indicates two layers on top of the background paper and under the splash. I used only one and used washitape and a faux stiching to mark the other layer.
Here you can see the washi and the faux stich:
The sketch had very little embelishments, so I added in some more. On the photo over you can see a sentiment and an arrow that I put down on the left side.
I used some diecuts of trees in some places.
I used a Colorwash spray on the background and dripped some other mists too.
For my title I used thickers which I colored with gold Inka Gold.
The patterned papers are from Authenthique.
You have until October 31 to participate in the challenge at Stick it Down. And don't forget that we also have monthly sketches for cards and one-page layouts too.