Hey, all! Welcome back to the Tres Jolie blog!
This week I’m bringing you my sketch challenge project using this month’s scrapbooking kit. I didn’t do a whole lot to my layout, because I really loved all the detail in the beautiful Blue Fern Studio’s paper and I just couldn’t bring myself to “covering it up”!
Check out the video below to see the simple steps I took to put this layout, featuring a photo of my great-grandmother, together!
Have you seen this month’s sketch? It’s a beauty!
|Here is the original sketch:||And here is how I rotated it:|
Now, how about a few close-ups?
Here you can see how that Shimmerz has just a touch of sparkle to it and pools around the crackle paste, giving a touch of color that goes along with the pinkish-purple of the flowers.
Using one of the 49 & Market flower packs found in the kit this month I created three clusters, and under each cluster, I added some extra detail from some fussy cut flowers and lace from another sheet of the Blue Fern Studios paper. Then, for some more detail, I added some texture pebbles and glass glitter from my stash.
I added three layers of Baked Texture (from my stash) to the large chipboard frame found in this month’s kit, added my photo, and used some corrugated cardboard to lift it from the page some so a couple of the flowers could get tucked underneath.
I hope you enjoyed this project and it gave you some ideas of what can be done with items found in this month’s Scrapbooking Kit!
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October 2020 Scrapbooking Kit:
In addition to items from this month’s Scrapbooking Kit (*from previous Tres Jolie Kits), I used:
The Emerald Creek/Seth Apter “Ancient Amber” Baked Texture, Shimmerz “Berry Hot” Creameez, Ranger Big Emboss It Ink Pad, Brea Reese Texture Pebbles, ReneaBouquets “Lavender” Chunky Glitter Glass, Prima/Finnabair “Floral Net” Stencil, *Prima Waterbrush, Fabri-Tac, Art Glitter Glue, JudiKins Diamond Glaze, Hot Glue Gun