I took a break from scrapping wedding pics and went back to my old favourite subject - one of my grandsons As he's the only one who lives close by and I look after him a couple of days each week he tends to get the lion's share of photos and pages.
I started with some green background paper from Shimelle's Box of Crayons, then pretty much all the other papers, stickers and cards were from the same collection. It's such a fun and bright collection and seemed to match the bright colours of his shirt and all the grass.
As my husband plays golf and is always watching it on television I bought this cheap little golf set from my local Co-op and then watched in fascination as he tried to balance his golf ball on the tee borrowed from Grandad's bag. Fine motor skill development without even knowing it!
Although the sketch was an easy one to follow circles always challenge me. To create them I drew round the inside and outside of a circular die with a white gelly pen. A few trios of enamel dots and I was done.
Papers, & stickers: AC Shimelle, Box of Crayons
Embellishments: enamel dots, gelly pen from my stash
Thanks so much for your time today, it's been fabulous to have you visit my blog.
And keep crafting!
Great idea using a circular die to trace some circles for this page! I think you did a fantastic job! Thanks for playing with us at LGS!ReplyDelete
I always love seeing the white pen! This is adorable jane--My grandsons are my fav to scrap too! Thanks for joining in the June challenge @ LGS!ReplyDelete
Fantastic idea to use your circle dies as a tracing tool! Love your take on the sketch. Thanks for joining us at LGS!ReplyDelete
Wonderful take on the sketch, love the bright colours, title and handwriting. Thanks for joining us at LGS!!ReplyDelete
Love your take on the sketch. Thanks for joining in with us this month at Let's Get Sketchy.ReplyDelete
Love how you did the circles. Thanks for playing along with us at Let's Get Sketchy.ReplyDelete
Cute and colorful layout!Thank you so much for joining us at LGS❤️ReplyDelete
Ooooh, this is beautiful. An absolutely =gorgeous take on the sketch. Thanks so much for joining us at Lets Get Sketchy. Deb xxReplyDelete