Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Add-on Week, Part 2

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Add-on Sketch #15


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"Birthday Pony" by Lynette Jacobs
Supply list - Cardstock: Bazzill; Printed Papers: Basic Grey (Basics), My Minds Eye (Fine and Dandy); Dimensional stickers: My Minds Eye (Fine and Dandy); Tickets and Journal tag: 7Gypsies; Brads: My Minds Eye (Fine and Dandy); Alphabets: Doodlebug, American Craft; Punches: Martha Steward border punch and Quickutz stars; Other: Felt for stars; Sketch: Scrapbook Generation, Sketches for Scrapbooking: Travel Sketches

Variation #1: I cut my flags in different shapes.


Variation #2: I used stars to embellish them.


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"Family" by Penny Grimsley
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned paper: October Afternoon; Stamps: Lawn Fawn, Ali Edwards for Technique Tuesday; Ink: Jenni Bowlin; Black Glaze Pen: Sakura; Photo Corner Punch: Martha Stewart; Red Metal Frame: JoAnn Fabrics

I spotted this metal frame at JoAnn's and thought it could be a fun perpetual frame. I used the punch to make photo corners so that I can change my picture out over time. The little pennants are attached to the frame via magnet, so I can move them around or change them out, too, as seasons change or as my photo changes.


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"All You Need Is Love" by Janette Kincaid

Supplies - Patterned paper: BoBunny, We R Memory Keepers; Brads: American Crafts; Embroidery floss: DMC; Journal Pen: Zig; Adhesive: Glue Arts, Helmar; Unknown: toothpicks, skewer, wire, buttons

I loved making these little flags. They were so simple and easy. I can’t believe I hadn’t tried to make them before. I have definitely become a big fan. I know they will become a new favourite embellishment.

Variation #1 - I used a BBQ skewer that I stumbled upon at the grocery store for the largest flag.


Variation #2 – I added foam squares behind the flags to add depth to my layout.

Variation #3 – I varied the length and width of all three flags to add interest.

Variation #4 – Since the patterned paper was quite detailed, I chose not to add any additional embellishments.

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4 comments:

Kathy said...

Okay so the flags are getting incorporated into my next layout...they are awesome little add ons!!!

Ashley Horton said...

Fun pages Ladies!! Loving all of the takes on the adorable flags!!

Amy said...

Lynette, that LO and those pics are so stinkin cute! : )

Penny, I love that you made the flags smaller and added them to the frame.

Janette, I love your colors and its such a cute LO!

Great day today ladies!

dawn said...

OK THE FLAGS RULE NOW AND ALLISON WILL HAVE TO MORE SKETCHES WITH THEM!!

Ladies these are all amazing and fun and colorful!! It's great to see all the takes you have on the sketch!