This is my page for this fun sketch this month. There is always inspiration to be found here – Sketches in Thyme!
The base papers are from a DCWV pad, plus a solid. The top flowers were fussy cut from a sheet of patterned paper. The big fabric flower was in my stash. I used glitter paper for a large sprig and a few little ones using a punch.
I was fascinated with the sketch calling for vellum. Always love the look but rarely use it. That’s because it is not handy – out of sight, out of mind. Plus, it is perplexing when it comes to adhering it down so it doesn’t show. In this case, it is layered under the photos, for one, and then with the added elements on top it was easy to stick some glue under there.
Hope you are inspired to scrap a layout today!
Be safe, be brave – the storm will pass. Trust God and follow the teachings of Jesus.
For these fun little photos of the great grands I used the Sketch N Scrap sketch #180 again. It has been fun and challenging to find all 7 layers and figure out the dimensions.
Except for the solid, all papers were found between two pads – DCWV and Recollections. Title letters cut with Cricut. Added some leftover circles from where DD cut out a die on alcohol ink over photo paper. Added one Rainbow Drop.
I played with watercolor paint, added a stamped image with some heat embossing, and die cut the title with Cricut Explore Air. I also used some metal bits for the stamped words, punched hearts and a die cut filmstrip.
Thanks for stopping by today, hope you have a marvelous time filled with some happy moments you want to scrapbook about!
Following a sketch from Sketch N Scrap blog I had a good time putting this page together. When ever I look for photos for a sketch challenge I try to match the size and orientation whenever possible. These two are from a set of pics taken at a restaurant so I’m sure I will make a companion page with some of the others. These worked together as they are my precious girls, between the two pics they are all accounted for.
I took some liberty with the added elements but kept the main sketch. Some of these elements I used are pulled from odds and ends, like the glitter strip. I cut the strip from a scrap I had recently used and still had out, where I was intending on using a ribbon.
The flourishes are stamped and heat embossed. I enjoyed making this page. Of course, gazing on these happy faces is always a delight. The added fun came as I scouted around for the additional goodies to add on.
Thanks for stopping by. I wish you lots of loving memories with your family and friends.
Here is a page I did using a sketch from Sketch – N – Scrap and two photos from 2016 of my great grandson.
I swapped the locations of the title and journaling. Look at the photo on the right and please tell me if he looks like any 5 day old baby you have ever seen. This sweet and precious fella was delivered naturally by a 5 foot one inch mother weighing in at 10 pounds 5 ounces. Thankfully, both were, and are, healthy. This is another layout for the 8 x 8 album I have been building for him. Although a bit over due, hopefully he will still enjoy looking through the pages himself some day.
I am happy to have been on a scrapbooking streak, and thank you for stopping by to check out what I’ve been creating. Please visit the challenges at Sketch N Scrap for lots of inspiration.
I drew my inspiration for this layout from “Let’s Get Sketchy” for the sketch and from “A Cherry on Top” challenges for using washi tape. This is also entered on Facebook for the RG Avenue Community challenge to use one of there sentiments, which I used as my title
This is the first Baby Page I’ve made with this pack of Kaisercraft. Not the first page I made with the photos of this precious new baby girl, because I had lost this pack – for a few months now. Crazy. Just found it yesterday I am relived to announce.
As you will notice I used the paper pattern as my upper right triangle in the sketch. It is so pretty. My washi tape strips are vertical rather than vertical. The flowers are colored with Spectrum Noir pencils and fussy cut. Hum, just noticed I forgot to paste down the word sticker in the upper left of the photo. Hopefully the “Sketch Challenge Police” won’t arrest me. I may have to add it because now all I see is that missing piece.
so, thanks for taking a peek at my page. Hope you check out the challenges and get scrapping your own memories with your dear photos. Be save, you are one of God’s precious people!
When I was introduced to rubber stamps around 2005, it was to make greeting cards. However my world of making memory pages for photos expanded. I began to make my own embellishments to add to the pages where I used to add stickers or simple cut shapes. That is probably my favorite – stamp my own embellishment for my pages.
This sweet face, smiling up at the camera in the sun, is for my last offering to Lasting Memories blog as their guest contributor with the design team. First I stamped directly on the base page, the borders over and under the photos. The bird and flowers were heat embossed with gold detail powder from Nuvo, water-colored quickly, and fussy cut out to use as my embellishments. I die cut the greenery, added some pearls and a bit of doily. Then for the title, I stamped a sentiment from rubber stamps with the same color of ink I used for the border, drew around it with gel pens, and fussy cut it for this page.
It was a beautiful day we spent with this precious child. Having these photos is good, of course, but having created this scrapbook page for an album is even more delightful. What a joy for me to flip back through the many pages and get that loving feeling we spent together. She is 7 years old now and the beautiful moments continue, but because children grow so fast it is nice to view these glimpses of her over the years. She is the sunshine in my life and I am thankful for her. I see God’s love for all in that sweet and joyful face.
Thanks for popping in to check out my post. If you are a scrapper, I hope you have found some inspiration. For more inspiration, please click over to the Lasting Memories blog, lots of crafty fun and inspiration will be found there.
This layout of my darling at the age of 2 1/2 is for the sketch challenge at Sketches in Thyme blog. When we had a JC Penney photo shoot, I ordered a few extra pictures. Gladly this 10″ x 8″ was left over and just too sweet to use for this sketch.
The large photo fills much of the page. The sheet of paper, the floral and the stripe, was just enough pattern and blends well with the colors from the photo. The floral side is torn while the striped side was cut into small borders. This little princess of ours is totally a Glitter Girl! Various dies for the hears and Cricut for the title were used. Once the journaling was typed and printed, I was done. That’s one of the advantages of starting with a sketch; having a large photo and pretty elements also helps. I chose this title because her smile is so infectious. She can draw a crowd when she smiles. I was thinking how an umbrella keeps one out of the rain, well, her smile keeps any sadness away, too.
Not much else to say about this layout. I hope you find a spark of inspiration and head on over to the Sketches in Thyme for more ideas.
Thanks for stopping by! May you enjoy beautiful and loving memory making days. 2 Samuel 23:4 “He is like the light of morning at sunrise on a cloudless morning, like the brightness after rain that brings grass from the earth.“
All this month, over on the Lasting Memories Scrapbook Challenges blog, the challenges have been about incorporating our stamps with our scrapbooking. I have been the “Guest” this month so was privileged to create layouts for each challenge. In spite of my vow to make more posts on my WordPress blog, I failed to post some of those pages. Hopefully you visited the blog for some awesome inspiration in your own scrapping endeavors. Sunday another, and the final challenge for May’s stamping set of challenges, goes up. So I will not reveal that page of mine yet, however, I want to tell you about the two in the middle I didn’t share here.
The first challenge was “Alphabet Stamps”. The 2nd was “Patterned Stamps”. Here is my layout using patterned stamps on my background.
Following a sketch I utilized papers from an Amy Tangerine pad; matted some items. On the background I lightly stamped with two stamps: hearts and spatters. The bird was also a stamp that I fussy cut out. I added some Nuvo and heart bling. Even the title is from the pad that I fussy cut.
The next week we were challenged to use “Tiny Stamps” for our layout. I chose a sea star stamp and various shades of pink ink, making a sort of swirl. The title was cut with Cricut.
By throwing down some pink scraps and a couple of embellishments from the Julie Nutting mermaid pack I had the page. Just needed the few blue sequins to go with the glitter paper for the title.
In my last post you saw the “Sentiment Stamps” challenge, a technique I often enjoy employing. Stop back Sunday for my final page, won’t you? And get to using your stamps!