This is my oldest, where has the time gone??? I made this layout for the May challenge at Once Upon A Sketch. As usual, my journaling is on the back. I need to work on getting it on the front 🙂
I used this mood board from Berry71Blue.
I picked the pink roses and the green as inspiration.
I made this layout for the May Ces’t Magnifique challenge using the May kit.
Here is the sketch
Here is my layout that I made using the mood board from Color Me Scrappy. I love the earth tones.
The background was done with some masking through a stencil and paint spatters. I layered some papers and also used Prima wood ATC’s for the first time.
I made this layout with pictures my daughter and her friend took of themselves goofing off in the yard. I used the sketch from Stuck Sketches and the moodboard from
I loved the rainbow colors on the moodboard. I “made” my background paper by coloring on freezer paper with chalk edgers and then misting with water. I then pressed a piece of white cardstock onto that and the color transferred to the cardstock. Pretty cool what you can find on the internet 🙂
The rest of the background is pretty simple, some washi tape and a few strips of torn paper. For my flower cluster I used the silver and gold starts from the moodboard and also added gold to everything with some gold rub paste. I found the glasses in my stash and thought they went well with the photo so I added them in also.
I tried something new here while editing my picture. I changed the color saturation around and came up with different colors of the same photo.
I used Sketch #25 from Scrapfriends
and the color palette #168 from The Color Room
The background was pretty low key (for me!). Just a tiny bit of gesso, washi tape, watercolor circles and paint splatters.
I painted the chipboard with different paints and coated them with glossy accents.
The Color Room challenge has a “Use this Household Item” prompt, and this month was “Thread”. This was easy, because I almost always use thread.
I made this layout for the CSI case file #123. This was my first CSI, and it was a lot of fun. I also used this awesome sketch from Sketchabilities.
I love pictures my daughter and her best friend take of themselves. They always turn out so silly, just like they are!
The background was a lot of mixed media, it took quite a while to do. I used gesso, gelatos, watercolor pencils, lots of stamping, drywall tape, texture paste and a stencil, glass bead gel medium and splattered mist.
I used lots of paper layers, and chipboard frames that I colored with inks, paint and heat embossing.