Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Two-page Week, Part 2

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Two-page Sketch #27


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.


"Hollywood Studios" by Jill Sarginson
Supplies Used - Patterned Paper: My Mind's Eye; Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Alpha: Jillibean Soup; Embellishments: Disney; Ink: Vibrance; Tools: Creative Memories star punch, circle maker; Font: DJB Tweenybopper

Variations

• The sketch has three vertical 2.5 x 2.5 photos on the right hand side - I opted to go with two photos here.

• The sketch has a 5 x 3.5 photo on the right hand side. I opted to use two photos that were about 3" wide each.

• I put my journaling at the bottom of my page vs. the top.

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“Mini Golf” by Andrea Friebus
Supply list - Cardstock: American Crafts; patterned paper: Bo Bunny, Little Yellow Bicycle; stickers: Jolee’s Boutique, Creative Imaginations; journaling spot: Jillibean Soup; ink: Clearsnap; other: chipboard letters

Variation #1 - I eliminated the small photo on the left page so I could use large title letters. (I thought it was funny to use such large letters to spell the word “mini”).

Variation #2 - Rather than three small square photos on the right page, I used two photos that had the same dimensions. I also changed the orientation of the 6x4 photo and turned the 5 x 3.5 photo into two smaller photos.


Variation #3 - I added some embellishments next to the journaling in the upper left.

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"Disney Highlights 2011" by Christine Chain
Suppliespatterned paper: American Crafts, Crate Paper, Echo Park, Jillibean Soup; buttons: Crate Paper; label and letter stickers: Jillibean Soup; ink: Tsukineko; corrugated letters: Jillibean Soup (all from my February Green Tangerines Kit Club)

Variation #1 – I used a cute mini-heart print from Jillibean Soup rather than striped paper. I didn’t have a good stripe to match all the patterned paper I was using, and I liked how this paper coordinated and had a small enough print to work.





Variation #2 – Instead of using labels and a swirl on the far right, I used little letter stickers and a couple of buttons. I was able to write the sentiment I wanted to in the same space without changing the overall design.

Variation #3 – For the title, I kept the embellishments and actual title similar to the sketch by using letter stickers and a button, along with a small label. However, I omitted the actual block behind the title.

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3 comments:

dawn said...

WOW!! Look at these fun pages and themes, love them all.

Andrea how funny to see your putt page done in blue, so different from my typical green ones. I like the blue!

Great job ladies!

Ashley Horton said...

Disney layouts make me happy!! All of these are really amazing and I love the fun, bright colors that each one of you used!! :)

Virginia said...

Oh how fun are these pages, fabulous!