Products Used: Cardstock: The Paper Studio; Patterned Paper: BasicGrey; Flower: Prima; Font: Brush Script & CK Girl; Thickers: American Crafts; Teeny Alphas: Glitz Designs; Pins: Recollections; Punch: Marvy; Wood Accents: Studio Calico; Acrylic Paint: Apple Barrel; Pearls: Zva Creative; Pom Pom Trim: My Mind's Eye; Doily: Hobby Lobby
Today was also the last day for our product swap with Nikki Sivils at Sketch Support. I worked with Nikki's Audrey collection, which was one of the 4 new releases from W-CHA. It is a great girly collection and I had so much fun with it on the May One Page Sketch.
I changed the sketch up, just a little bit, by using one photo instead of two. But for the most part, I kept the basic design of this sketch pretty much in tact. I had a little fun misting on this layout, because I finally got some masks. My sweet friend Angela sent me a little goodie box and lo and behold there were two awesome masks packed away in there!! So excited! I also misted the white doily, just to dress it up a little bit.
Products Used: Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper and Stickers: Nikki Sivils; Spray Mist: Smooch Spritz and October Afternoon; Thickers: American Crafts; Font: CK Girl; Punch: Anna Griffin; Doilies: Hobby Lobby; Pom Pom Trim: Wright's; Buttons: Michael's; Edgers: Provo Craft; Mini Clothes Pin: Canvas Corp; Punch: Marvy
And this final layout, is one that I ended up loving the final product. Let me explain...!! :) I am on the Design Team for my Local Scrapbook Store, ScrapHappy Pensacola. Christy, the store owner, gives me and the fellow DT Ladies new products as they come in to the store, to make samples to go with the product displays. When I visited on Wednesday, she had some of the new Graphic 45 Tropical Travelogue in the store. Now, I would not normally buy G45, because even though I consider it to be phenomenally gorgeous, it just doesn't work for the type of layouts I create. Anyway, I brought some of the paper home and a couple of this and thats along with it and I thought, "hey, the 'B' sides of these papers are pretty cool!". So I found a photo and went to work and here is what came about:
So not to sound braggy, but I think I am in love with this one!! :) And it just goes to show you, that even though you may think a paper line is not for you...you may just end up surprising yourself, if you take a chance on it. I just went to work adding some layering, fussy cut some of the pretty flowers from one of the 12x12 pages, splattered some Smooch Spritz in the background, and added a few knick knacks here and there. And just a little side note...the stripy piece of paper (red & white) behind my journaling strips, was the backing piece in a package of Flash Cards from Elle's Studio. Hey, sometimes the packaging is just as great as the products!! :)
Products Used: Cardstock: The Paper Studio; Patterned Paper: Graphic 45; Smooch Spritz: Clear Snap; Font: Arial & Arial Black; Alpha Stickers: Doodle Bug Design Inc.; Flash Card: Elle's Studio; Buttons: Blumenthal Lansing; Brads: My Mind's Eye; Baker's Twine: The Twinery: Washi Tape: October Afternoon; Embroidery Floss: Janlynn