Ready for a new sketch for a new scrapbook page? This week’s layout is one I created for the Jenni Bowlin inspiration blog and it’s a bit of a mix of some things I include often (like two photos side by side and of course… butterflies!) and some things that are a bit of a change for me (not much patterned paper, a bit of paint and a single word title). I hope you’re up for the challenge!
I used a die-cut paper right on top of a 12×12 cardstock sheet, though you could leave out either of those papers for a different look. The block of photos could be any number of pictures you like – just one large horizontal shot perhaps or a collage of smaller images printed as one sheet. I used a paint dabber to add the matching blue colour above and below the photos, but you could replace this with two strips of patterned paper or even wide ribbons if paint just isn’t right for you.
As always, adapt the ideas however you would like and have fun. If you create something inspired by this week’s sketch, share a link in the comments so we can come see what you’ve made!
And here are a dozen page ideas from last week’s sketch for a bit more inspiration! I loved reading on many of your blog posts that you used the sketch as motivation to get some more words out of half-used letter sticker sheets!
For more about each page, check the corresponding blogs:
Top row, L to R: one, two, three, four.
Middle row, L to R: five, six, seven, eight.
Bottom row, L to R: nine, ten, eleven and twelve.
So… will you put a piece of die-cut paper to use this week? Let’s see what you’re scrapping!
xlovesx16 February 2011