Monday 18 January 2016

The Memory Nest - Make It Monday Challenge #52

Time for the second January sketch at The Memory Nest And it's a bit of a beauty wouldn't you say!

This was one of those pages that just flew together and I'm loving that I was able to use some of the left over papers from my December Daily album.

And it's so good to have at least one member of the family who doesn't winge and whine when I get the camera out.  My problem with him is snapping quick enough before he moves - multiple blurred images!

I loved the proportions and shapes on this sketch straight away but wanted so much to use these two rectangular photos. I solved this by cutting the mats into the two different sized squares and printing the photos different sizes too. I think it works, but what do you think?

The ROARR is not a mispelling, that's just how it is on the onesie - in fact it has three Rs on the end but I didn't have enough Rs left for that.

Ppaer: Kaisercraft, A Touch of Gold
Alphas: Simple Stories, Legacy; Freckled Fawn, Puffy Alphabet Stickers
Die: Xcut, spiro circles

Go visit the rest of the DT's interpretations of this fabulous sketch at The Memory Nest - you'll be inspired!

Thanks for looking at my blog today, you time and company is really appreciated.

And keep crafting!

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  1. How cute!!! I think the two photos work perfectly with the sketch! I also like the mixture of papers you've used. A great take on the sketch!

  2. Cute page! It's funny that you point out the roarr. I just thought it was an extra ferocious growl. =)

  3. Very cute! Love the way you did the circle element part of the sketch!

  4. Cute layout and love the papers

  5. Cute layout and love the papers


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