Typically I am not a sketch user, but I found these sketches made creating projects flow easily and quickly. These sketches are easily adapted to mixed media projects, or even scrapbooking. I mean, look at that cover! I am totally making those candles on the little man’s next birthday page! And on days where the mojo just isn’t around , I will be grabbing this issue for inspiration!
Paper Crafts bonus sketches. For the hop today, we all chose a sketch and created a project.
I took the sketch very literally because the whole thing just spoke to me and my usual style. To create the panel with the sentiment, I die cut a journaling card with Spellbinders Labels Seventeen (just use a little low-tack tape to hold the die template in place while cutting). And I just had to use one of my favorite lines from CHA, Kaiser Craft’s Miss Nelly.
For more inspiration, and of course a chance to win, visit these talented ladies:
- Julia Stainton
- Teri Anderson
- Chan Vuong
- Lindsay Amrhein
- Kalyn Kepner
- Regina Mangum
- Angeline Yong
- Heidi Van Laar
- Kimberly Crawford *you are here*
- Vanessa Menhorn
· My Little Shoebox’s Playtime collection
· SRM Stickers (25-Sheet Set)
· Close To My Heart’s My Acrylix: Art Philosophy Seasons
· Go-to Sketches
Two, leave a comment on my blog because I have a copy to give away also! You have until midnight (MDT) on Sunday, August 28 to leave comments.
For your comment, I would love for you to help a mom out! :) Our little man has asked for his training wheels to be removed from his bike. He is trying hard, but, you know how it goes. :) Do you have any special tips, tricks, or advice to help him conquer bike riding? We would really appreciate the ideas!
good luck, enjoy the hop, and thanks for stopping by!
Supplies: Sketch-Betsy Veldman (Card Ideas for Paper Crafters), Patterned paper-Kaiser Craft Miss Nelly (Her Smile, Her Eyes), Stamps-Hero Arts (Live and Laugh), Ink-Tsukineko (Memento Tuxedo Black), Brads-Creative Impressions, Spellbinders-S5-025 Labels Seventeen