Sunday, November 2

Creative Scrappers Sketch #281

Hello Peeps! I'm back with another layout using a new sketch from Creative Scrappers. This sketch is so unique with tons of white space and open to many different interpretations. I decided to make my photo a bit bigger but otherwise I stuck to the sketch. Here's my layout ...
 
 
I am in love with my friends dog "Peanut" who is anything but a peanut. She is the sweetest Bull Mastiff I've ever met. She loves to cuddle and snuggle and is such a leaner that if you are not prepared you will get knocked over. I took a sweet picture of her over the summer and I've been anxious to use it! When I excitedly rummaged through my Noel Mignon "Tea for Two" kit I saw a piece of paper perfect for the background of this sketch. I layered several other pieces of patterned papers, a doily, of course, and then added my photo.


For the title, I painted a Heidi Swapp chipboard word with white paint.


Here's sketch #281. I rotated the sketch and enlarged the photo.

 
Our fabulous sponsor for November is Paper Camellia.

Check out this GORGEOUS November Main Kit from Paper Camellia ...
 
 
For a chance to win this amazing kit
create a layout and enter in our sketch challenges using the inlinkz widget at the end of the reveals for Sketch #281 and #282. You have until November 30th at Midnight EST. We hope you join us this month - we would love to see how you interpret the sketches.

5 comments:

lenny said...

Wow!!! Saw you layout on FB this morning ... Love, love, love it!! Fun and bright colors, fab patterned paper choices, fun photo and embellies, love everything about this layout!

Lynn K said...

Thanks Lenny for your sweet comments!!

Phyllis said...

love what you can do with the sketches, textures are great

Donna B. said...

It's an awesome page Lynn. Love the colors and all the extras that you added so expertly! So funny that he's a leaner who can knock you over. My Daisy is a total leaner, but she only weighs 40 lbs. If I move she falls over! LOL!

Becky Springer said...

This is gorgeous, especially that paper combination. I always love your take on the sketches!