Tuesday 28 November 2017

Tuesday Talk

I'm sharing a scrapbook page today using the second November sketch from Stuck?!Sketches.


This page is all about the determined streak appearing in my youngest grandson's character - can't begin to imagine where he gets that from!

So there we were at the playground and he wanted to go up the large climbing frame. Well as you can see the ladder was a stretch for him and I said 'no'. Hmm so much for my control!

I used a stencil and distress oxide ink to make the sunray in place of the circular element from the sketch. Then I adhered the photo stack on top and built up an embellishment cluster using stickers, die cuts and enamel dots.

And scare me you did - here's the proof:

Got that I told you so look! And then began the struggle to get you back down .......

Paper: Doodlebug Designs, Dragon's Tails
Stickers: Doodlebug Designs, Dragon's Tails; Kaisercraft
Stencil: Create A Smile
Ink: Ranger ditress oxide, salty ocean
Embellishments: Sparkles enamel dots

So pleased to have had your company today, thanks so much for visiting.  And keep crafting!

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  1. Love your sun ray, gorgeous behind your very cute photo. A fabulous layout and a great take on the sketch. Thank you for joining us at Stuck?! Sketches.

  2. Love that cute face!!! I'm so loving this page, especially that sun ray! Beautiful! Thanks for playing along with us at Stuck?!Sketches!

  3. Such a cute photo! Love all the little details on this, and the sunburst is a cool element that adds energy to your page! So happy you played with us at Stuck?! Sketches!

  4. This is so fun, great playful colours and fun use of the circle element! Thank you for joining us at Stuck?! Sketches!

  5. A fun and fabulous take on the challenge. Little ones have a mind of their own and yes, they do scare us at times. Love your bright and colourful page and the story that goes with it. Thank you for joining us at Stuck?! Sketches!


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