Friday, August 12, 2011

Two-page Week, Part 5


Two-page Sketch #18

You can download and print this sketch by clicking on the two-page sketches link found under the "printable sketches" tab on the right sidebar.

"Oh So Little" by Christy Arthur
Products - Bazzill: Cardstock; Studio Calico: Piglet and Orchard Mister Huey, Documentary Fabrip, Die Cut Stickers; Crate Paper: Emmas Shoppe Playhouse, School Spirit Homeroom, Portrait Border
Stickers; My Minds Eye: Lime Twist Fly a Kite Spring Zag and Happy Go Lucky Hello Zig, Stella and Rose Mabel Love and Hazel Lovely Label Stickers; October Afternoon: Thrift Shop Label Stickers; EK Success: Large Circles Border Punch

I used the left side of the two page sketch for my layout.

I used the layered waves from the bottom of the sketch and turned it into the layered paper and border stickers at the bottom of my layout.

I flipped the "sun" from the sketch and turned it into my journal element.

I added some patterned paper and a die cut behind the photos.

I misted the white border sticker at the top of the blue paper to turn it into a pinkish orange to match my layout.

I added a strip of paper and a title sticker to the top of the layout and ruffled another strip of paper above the photos.

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"Busted" by Amy Roller
Supplies - Patterned paper: Creative Imaginations; Cardstock: Close to my Heart; Stickers: Creative Imaginations, Bella Blvd; Flocking: Enchanted Creations

On this layout, I used the left side of the two-page sketch. I flipped the pictures to have the three on top and one on the bottom to leave room for the bottle of baby powder and mess. I sort of kept the swirl element from the right side of the sketch as well and incorporated it into the bottom left corner.

To make the spill of powder, I used my finger to dab glue all over and then applied flocking over the top. Then I added in little embellishments across the page. Some are stickers, some are hand cut from the pattern paper.

 This was a real quick layout and I love these pictures even though I wasn't very fond of the mess!

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"Cat-a-tude" by Suzanna Lee
Supplies - Patterned Paper: Pink Paislee, Prima, We R Memory Keepers; Flowers and Doilie: Prima; Stickers: My Minds Eye, Studio Calico, Recollections; Letter Stickers: American Crafts, Making Memories; Chipboard: Bella Blvd; Twine and Stamp: We R Memory Keepers; Button and Tag: Kaiser Crafts

I used the right hand side of the sketch and made a single page layout. I am not crazy about my pictures being right at the edge of the layout so I shifted then in, creating a visual frame around the page. I kept the big embellishment elements to the right of the picture with the flowers. My journaling is still within the journal spot per the sketch, it's a circle instead of rectangular.

I placed the title here as well. To create balance and complete the visual triangle, I put a scattering of elements at the top right.



dawn said...

Great takes on just doing one side of the layout. so fun to see what everyone does with the sketch.

connie said...

Great way of using just one page of sketch.

COScraps said...

Like how you used one die of the sketch. It shows the versatilely of sketches.

COScraps said...

Ok sorry for my typing that was supposed to say "one side"