Monday, January 18, 2010

Make & Take Monday

It has been a really long time since I've shared a sketch. A year or more I think. Someone found my sketch blog Scrapbook Page Possibilities about a week ago and left a comment wondering if I was going to post more sketches. I dug out my sketch notebook and found lots of sketches I'd drawn up but never shared and never used. So I thought I would start sharing a sketch once or twice a month.


I've inclued the measurements of the papers and photos to help make it that much easier to use and plan your page.

Here's a page I've created using this sketch.


I used snowflakes in place of circles but you could use flowers, butterflies, stars, all sorts of fun things. I titlted the blue paper a little and used two wallet size photos instead of one 4"x4".

Razzleberry Lemonade
Melon Mambo
Pacific Point
Whisper White

Scallop Edge


Big Shot Dies:
Snowflakes #2 set
Lots of Tags
Top Note
Billboard Decorative Strip


Loads of Letters

Tip - An easy and quick way to color chipboard is to use a sponge dipped in an ink pad. Don't want to get messy fingers? Use a binder clip to hold the chipboard while you sponge. I used a huge clip but any size should work.


Below you will find Mr. Linky. You can easily share your pages created using this sketch by filing out the form below. I look forward to seeing what you create!!

Hope you are having a wonderful Monday. Thanks for visiting.

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