Wednesday, March 28, 2012

One-page Week, Part 3

One-page Sketch #19

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"Just Like Dad" by Cherie Nymeyer
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill Basics and American Crafts; Patterned Paper: October Afternoon; Die Cuts: Silhouette; Chipboard: Crate Paper; Stickers: Jillibean Soup, 7 Gypsies, and Sassafras Lass; Journaling Tag: Jenni Bowlin; Buttons: Unknown; Stitching Template: Stampin' Up!

Variation #1: I made my strips different sizes/lengths and different amounts of them.

Variation #2: Instead of flowers, I chose clusters of stickers and embellishments.

Variation #3: I put my journaling on top of the patterned paper instead of off to the side.

Variation #4: I moved my title to below my photo.

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"Pirate Night" by Christy Arthur
Supply List - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper: Crate Paper (Paper Heart Friendship, Delivery, Love Letter), October Afternoon (Sidewalks Marbles); Embellishments: Crate Paper (Paper Heart Border Stickers), October Afternoon (Farmhouse Wrap Trims). Americam Crafts (Chap, Dear Lizzy Fabric Paper Firefly), Bananafish Studios (Graphic Ledger Tags); Tools: Studio Calico Hero Arts (Alphabet Stamp), Jenni Bowlin (Weather Vane Ink), Bazzill In Stitch Floss; Mist: Studio Calico (Mister Huey Dewey)

Variation #1: I moved the embellishments to the right side of the layout and used stars instead of scallop circles.

Variation #2: I added another strip of paper on the right side of the layout.

Variation #3: I moved the journal tag to the bottom right instead of on the right side.

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"Extreme Makeover" by Janette Kincaid
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill, Core’dinations; Patterned paper: Bo Bunny; Alphabet stickers: American Crafts; Rub-Ons: Bo Bunny; Embroidery floss: DMC; Scallop punch: Martha Stewart; Journal Pen: Zig; Adhesive: Glue Arts, Helmar; Unknown: buttons, sanding block

This sketch was an easy transition after doing the flags in last week’s sketch - the notched banners are almost the same just on a larger scale (and of course there’s no flag pole!)

Variation #1 - I stretched the One Page Sketch over two pages to create a double page layout.

Variation #2 – I increased the number of photos from just one on the sketch to six and adjusted the orientation of each.

Variation #3 – I limited the embellishment clusters to three since my paper and photos make the layout busier.

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“Hi” by Andrea Friebus
Supply list - Cardstock: Amercian Crafts, Core’dinations; patterned paper: Basic Grey, Jillibean Soup, Crate Paper, Bo Bunny, Echo Park; ink: Clearsnap; journaling spot, bingo cards: Jenni Bowlin Studios; canvas sticker: American Crafts; embroidery floss: DMC; die cut machine: Slice, Making Memories; chipboard, buttons: unknown

Variation #1- My photo is still 4x6 but is vertical so I added the title directly on top of the photo.

Variation #2 - Since I wanted the subject of the photo looking in, I moved the journaling to the left and the photo and strips of paper to the right.

Variation #3 - I overlapped the background strips and cut some of them with only one point. These background strips were really busy so I matted the photo and journaling on solid patterned paper so they wouldn’t get lost.

Variation #4 - Rather than placing the buttons and flower embellishments in various places, I grouped them all together underneath the photo.

I omitted the stitching and added a canvas sticker and glittery chipboard flourish instead.


Kathy said...

I love seeing how everyone makes this sketch their own. Pirate night has a decidedly feminine look with the lace added as one of the strips! And stretching it for a two page layout is amazing:)

Ashley Horton said...

Awesome work Ladies!! All of the One-Pagers have great colors and embellishments and I love that your turned it into a Double-Pager, Janette!!

dawn said...

WOW these are all amazing and fun. I love the story in the first one, that is sooo true with my dad also. Great colors you picked.

I'm loving all the takes and themes on this sketch.

Great bingo card flowers on the last layout, I've never thought to do that with mine LOVE IT!!