Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Two-page Week, Part 3

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Two-page Sketch #20


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.


"Play Football" by Carolyn Wolff
Supply List - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper: Bella Blvd; Stickers/Chipboard: Bella Blvd; Journal Die-cut: Little Yellow Bicycle; Football Die-cut: Svg file from SvgCuts; Alphas: Queen & Co; Border Punch: Fiskars; Sanding Tool: Basic Grey; Stamps: My Favourite Things; Ink: Memento, Ranger; Brads: unknown

Another awesome 2-page sketch!

Variation #1 – I used all 4x6 vertical photos instead of the sizes shown on the sketch. I cut the photos slightly smaller so that they appeared to be matted by the black cardstock.

Variation #2 – For my title I used a banner for the first part and then continued with the rest of it.


I incorporated some footballs for the letter ‘o’.


Variation #3 – I eliminated one of the strips on the left side of page 2 and I added brads to my scalloped border along the bottom of my layout.

Variation #4 – My embellishments are themed around my photos. I replaced the large heart with a die-cut football.


I used stickers and other themed elements for the rest of the embellishment clusters around the page.

Variation #5 – I used a pre-made journal die-cut to record the statistics of my football star.


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"Minnesota State Fair" by Jennifer Larson
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper: Studio Calico, American Crafts, My Mind's Eye; Flowers: Basic Grey; Stickers: Studio Calico, My Mind's Eye, Jenni Bowlin, 7gyspies; Chipboard letters: American Crafts/Studio Calico; Journaling spot: Studio Calico; Fabric Brads, shaped paper clips: American Crafts; Pen: Zig; Wood: Studio Calico; Punch: EK Success; Floss: DMC; Other: Machine Thread, buttons.

1. I used the sketch pretty much as is.

2. I did want to fit more photos on the page, so I moved the journaling to the left hand block and added another set of photos where the original journaling block was.


3. Rather than trimming or resizing many photos to 4x6, I used Photoshop elements to create a 4x6 template that contained 6 photots 2x2 in shape. No trimming required!

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"Beware of the Woodland Creatures" by Amy Roller
Supplies - cardstock: Close To My Heart; patterned paper: DCWV, Scrap Within Reach; marker: Creative Memories; letters: American Crafts, Doodlebug, Girls Paperie, unknown

Variation #1: I changed several of my picture sizes to incorporate more photos. I also used a embellished block of pattern paper in place of one of the photos.


Variation #2: I left off the vertical stitching and the scalloped strip.

Variation#3: I added a few extra embellishments by the title.


 Here is a look at more of the details:


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"1st Trip to the Dentist" by Jill Sarginson
Supplies Used - Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned Paper: Pink Paislee; Ink: Vibrance; Embellishments: Kristin Aagard's Toothy Grin digital kit; Adhesive: Pop Dots; Title: Kristin Aagard's Toothy Grin digital kit; Tools: Fiskars Bracket border punch

• I reduced the sizes of the larger photos to 3.5x5 and substituted one of the vertical photos for two horizontal photos.

• I moved the embellishment cluster on the lower right hand side up so that it appears in the journaling section.

• I moved the title to the far left.

• I used a circle as the base of my embellishment cluster on the left side.
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5 comments:

dawn said...

WOW WOW WOW ladies, so many great photos on all these. The titles and embellishments are so cute and fun on them all. Way to go on this sketch, they all came out awesome!!

Lynette said...

I am blown away by all this gorgeous layouts...well done ladies.

connie said...

More great LO's.

Shari Thurman said...

Seeing all these a amazing takes on the sketch makes me wish I had more time to play with the sketch. Love all the embellishing and theme variations.

Sue Althouse said...

I love how creative everyone was with the photos and customizing embellishments - wonderful layouts!