Thursday, November 10, 2011

Two-page Week, Part 4

Two-page Sketch #22

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"Super Star" by Suzanna Lee
Supplies used - cardstock: Bazzill Basics; patterned paper: Little Yellow Bicycle, Scrappin' Sports, SEI, KI Memories; letter stickers,stickers and mini banner: Little Yellow Bicycle; journal spot: Maya Road; Chipboard: Creek Bank Creations

Variation 1: Omitted the outer most background layer.

Variation 2: Photos vary in size but closely approximate 4x4.

Variation 3: I still have all the vertical stripes but I used whatever worked rather than specific measurements. The last stripe on the right is a punched border. I didn't stitch for the added dimension.

Variation 4: I added the chipboard soccer ball edge.

Variation 5: Addition of the "pass" mini banner.

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"Trailer Feast" by Noey Hunt
Products used - Patterned papers: KaiserCraft (forks), Making Memories (dots), Pink Paislee (grid), Lily Bee Design (yellow/blue), My Mind's Eye (yellow/cream), Bazzill Swiss dot; Journaling block: KaiserCraft; Accents: KaiserCraft (lemons), October Afternoon (date); Letters: American Crafts Thickers

Variation #1: I stretched the central layout design all the way to the right edge to incorporate more photos.

Variation #2: I cut my photos to the same height as the guide cover from this event. To make sure enough of the patterned paper still showed, I placed the photos lower on the layout instead of centered.

Variation #3: The patterned papers and my photos were busy enough (especially since I added extra) that I simplified the accents. I left off the swirls and I placed only a simple journaling block on the right page.


dawn said...

I really like these, so much fun they are. Love that chipboard soccer ball, have never seen that before. Great job on these sketches ladies.

Amanda said...

When I first saw this sketch, I was kinda eeeehhh about it--however, as the week goes on and I see all of the awesomeness I like it more and more! Great job! Love, love, love that giant soccer ball--it's perfect!