fredag 19. august 2016

Stick it Down double sketch August

It's time for more inspiration from the double page team over at Stick it Down.

I have used photos from our trip in USA last year. One day we stopped at the Prairie Village Museum in Rugby, ND.
On this layout I have used photos from outside the buildings.

The sketch looks like this:

As you can see have I choosen to use all the photospots, also the two circles are used for photos on my layout. Since I had so many photos this was great for me. I think this sketch opens up for a lot of variations on what to use all the possible photospots for. They can of course be used for embellishments or as journaling spots. Try it out!

Since I buy kit's which has one of each of the patterned papers I always struggle when I have a double page sketch with layers of 12x12 papers. So this time I wanted to try out to use different papers through the page. Without coloring it you can just see the lines between them on the sketch and it's all up to you have you want to use it. I covered my background with different patterned papers, but you use just one or two and let the cardstock be in between.

Here are some closeups from my layout.
First a couple of flower clusters.

The journaling is about the place and tells a bit about some of the houses.

I put the title right on the backgroundpapers without the banner that is on the sketch. I think it worked well for mme.

Papers and embellishments are from the March kit from Swirlydoos. The papers are from Prima and BoBunny.

mandag 15. august 2016

Feeling Sketchy sketch #151

It's time for a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy.

I looked and looked at the sketch and just saw a layout, so a layout it had to be. 
We visited Marifjøra in Lustrafjorden, the inner fjord from Sognefjorden, in West Norway, this summer. Our host took us around in an amazing landscape and on a walk up to the waterfall Feigefossen, a 229 meter high waterfall. I used some of the photos we took on this walk for this layout.

The sketch look like this:

Our sponsor this time is Polka doodles.

Here are some closeups. First of the flowercluster.

I let one of the photos pop out of the page, using some cardboard under it:

lørdag 13. august 2016

To bryllupskort

Har vært i bryllup i sommer og da måtte det jo lages bryllupskort. Min svigermor spurte pent om jeg kunne lage et for henne også, så da ble det to.

Det første er et vanlig 6x6 kort, helt enkelt og veldig standard oppsett.

Her er noen detaljer:

Det andre hentet jeg inspirasjon til fra ett Ett Trykk tidligere i år, der de viste kort brettet tre ganger til et trekkspill, som så kan stå pent.

Jeg har brukt en punch fra StampinUp for å lage kanten nede.

Så noen detaljer:

Med disse kortene deltar jeg i Scrappelands Sommerland, oppgave #15 Alt er lov.

mandag 1. august 2016

Feeling Sketchy Sketch #150

It's August and a new sketch is up at Feeling Sketchy today!

Here is my card, this time I've not made a folded card, just a single page with the pocket and a tag.:

And here is the sketch:

Our sponsor this time is Star Stampz.

Here are some closeups, first the top of the card and the tag.

Here is the big flower with a butterfliy sticked behind.

Here is the front of the tag. I left the other side blank to write on.

With this card I participate in Sommerland at Scrappeland, challenge #3 use butterflies and glitter..

tirsdag 19. juli 2016

Stick it Down double sketch July

It's time for more inspiration from the DT on the double page sketch this month.

But before I show you the page I will remind of the Blog hop we had last month. I drew a winner and you can read about it in this post - Winner. I still want to get in contact with the winner, Phillis Walrath. Please email me on

My page looks like this:

As you see, I choose to follow this sketch very close. I used a photo for my title, since I had a photo of my DH outside the center under the banner with the name of what we attended. "Norsk høstfest" is Norwegian fall festival in english and it is in Minot, ND, USA. We where there last year and took a lot of photos, so here are some of them, thelling the story of our visit.

Some closeups:
I used a punch around the edge from Martha Stewart on the edges of the backgroundpapers, and had a cardstock behind that.

I used some metal and some stickers here and there.

I used an cut off edge from a pp from Kaiser craft and brad from BoBunny.

My journaling is as usual handwritten, and I put on some bling on the side to mark it out.

To "hold" the banners I used some metal.

I used more stickers from Kaiser craft. These are blank with black print,

fredag 15. juli 2016

Feeling Sketchy #149

It's time for a new sketch at Feeling Sktechy Challenge Blog today.

Here is my card:

And here is the sketch:

I choose to put a square card base under the circle and since the circle die I wanted to use was a bit small I choos to put a handcut circle under it.
I used a pretty large flower from Prima and some palletts together with some bling to get this card to sparkle a bit..

The sentiment says Congratulations on the Day.

For my background I used a large stamp that covered my card base.

With this card I participate in the Summerchallenge at Scrappeland, Challenge #6 - Birthday and palletts.

mandag 4. juli 2016

Winner from the Stick it Down Blog Hop in June

I'm so sorry for the delay of this announcement.
Things happens in life and I totally forgot about this.

So, first a great thanks to Denise Bryant, who sent me a reminder.

I gave you all a number, and two got two numbers, for following, and put all the numbers down on a piece of paper and draw from here:

The winner is:

and the lucky girl who got that number was Phillis Walrath.


Send me your address on email, hanne.g.sinkerud @ (cut out the two blanks).

and this will come to you:

Thank you all who participated and for all the kind comments.

I got a comment about that it was hard to fine out how to follow my blog. I checked the Bloglovin link and it was wrong. Now I have put in the right link. So on the right side boarder you will find two possible ways to follow this blog.