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October-2014_Sketch-Challenge

2  agnieszka - DT Strip

I love the challenges with sketch. Sketch are very inspiring, they can be used in many ways. I turned my composition, I used a larger amount of tags and I focused them closer photos. for variety, I used a mist of white background in different colors. I’m very curious of your work!

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Do you love white space? How about basic scrapbooking supplies, like tags? If you answered yes, then this month’s Pretty Little Studio sketch is for you! Based on a layout by design team member Malika Kelly, this sketch will have you scrapping a beautiful layout in no time.

As with all good sketches, there is a little room for interpretation. Instead of tags, I chose to use journaling cards and die-cuts:

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I used a mini instagram photo of my 6 month old baby girl napping on me as the inspiration for my page. The Baby Claire line could not have been more perfect! To follow the sketch, I stacked the journaling cards and die-cuts so that my journaling could read from top to bottom, from card to card.

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In the title space, I used this Pretty Little Studio die-cut and placed it between cards, rather than on one like the sketch calls for. I also adhered it to my layout with foam adhesive so that the shadow created would help it pop off the white cardstock.

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I embellished with flair, confetti and a little bit of mist.

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I absolutely loved this sketch and am certain I will refer to it again. I’m sure you’ll love it, too! Happy scrapping!

 

2 Lisa S - DT Strip

Hi, Lisa here.  For this month’s sketch, I was a little stumped at first.  How to make one of my lumpy bumpy layouts with just four tags?  Well, I decided to just use the sketch as my starting point. And when I say “decided” what I mean is,  that’s what happened, because I rarely plan things before I start a page.  I knew I wanted to turn the sketch so I did, and I laid my four tags down and just went from there.

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A look at the embellishment cluster on the bottom…I know I’ve said it before but I just love how well all of Pretty Little Studio’s lines work together.  This layout is a mash-up of Nature Walk and Marigold and they really work so well together!!

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And the tags at the top.  I tucked the last tag into a vellum bag to soften up the typing…

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Thank you for stopping by today and be sure to link us up or share on our Facebook page if you play along with our sketch challenge!

 

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“Sketches are a wonderful way to get the creative process started.  Using the Silly Monkey collection I have layered all of my papers, journal cards and tags down the right hand side of the page as shown on the sketch.  From there I added lots of other interest from the left side and the bottom, as I am not one to have a lot of white space.  I chose the turquoise colour out of the collection with a hint of brown, grey and red, I actually quite like this colour combination.  I added a monkey Shipping tag down the bottom to tie in with the shipping tags of the sketch and I  just had to add in the Silly Mango diecut to the top of my page, he is sooo cute.  Lots of flags, tags and a flair were also added to my layers.”

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