Thursday, April 26, 2012

One-page Week, Part 4

One-page Sketch #21

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

"Special Day" by Christy Arthur 
Supply List - Patterned Paper: Crate Paper (Story Teller Archives, Document, Journey, Tomorrow, Yesterday, Trademark, Tag Cuts, Pretty Party Cake Stand, Streamers); Embellishments: Target (Red Washi Tape), Crate Paper (Story Teller Border and Phrase Stickers), Bananafishstudio (Everyday Clips), October Afternoon (Farmhouse Word Stickers)

Variation #1: I used arrows as accents instead of the hearts in the sketch.

Variation #2: I didn't extend my accent paper strips all the way across the layout. I cut them off a little bit shorter than is shown in the sketch.

Variation #3: I added a border at the top and bottom of the layout, along with some additional accents.

Variation #4: I only used three photos in my layout.

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"The Toy Pile" by Katrina Hunt 
Supplies - Patterned Paper: Echo Park (Happy Days); Stickers: Echo Park (Happy Days); Chipboard: Echo Park (Happy Days) Adhesives: Scotch, Fabri Tac and Scrapbook Adhesives; Stamps: Unity Stamp Co. (KOTM March 2012); Punch: EK Success; Pen: Zig Micron

Variation 1 - Rotated page orientation.

Variation 2 - Changed picture sizes and used less pictures.

Variation 3 - Added the banner in the top corner.

Variation 4 - Added a punched border strip at the top and bottom of the striped section.

Variation 5 - Moved journaling to the bottom of the page in the corner.

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"5...4...3..." by Jennifer Larson 
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned paper: Echo Park, October Afternoon, Crate Paper, Jillibean Soup, Pebbles; Corrugated Alpha: Jillibean Soup; Embroidery floss: DMC; Journaling Spot: Ruzzell and Hazel; Pen: Zig; Punches: EK Success, Fiskars; Buttons: Basic Grey; Ink: Jenni Bowlin; Other: Brads, photo corners

Variation #1 – I only had one photo, so I converted some of the squares to patterned paper to house the title.

Variation #2 – I changed the hearts to punched circles since hearts didn't fit my story.

Variation #3 – I eyeballed the paper strip measurements and added a few strips on patterned paper to the top and bottom of the paper block.


ZoezMom said...

All of these layouts are great! Love the sketch. Jennifer has incredible style and I love every single page she creates!

Ashley Horton said...

All 3 of these are so awesome!! I love the little changes everyone made to the sketch!! Great job Ladies!

Melissa Williams said...

This sketch is great and I love the inspiration provided by the accompanying pages! I used this sketch on a page as well. :)