I'm playing along with Let's Get Sketchy today, so it's a scrapbook page to share.
All those strips were a challenge and I met it by stamping and adding narrow washi tape:
I picked up the colours from the photos for my background paper and stamping and then added an embellishment cluster instead of the third photo from the sketch.
I balanced that embellishment cluster with a smaller one at the bottom, creating a diagonal line to help the eye.
The title was added to make that triangle of elements that we all love and I finished off with some splatters of ink. I simply applied an ink pad to an acrylic block, added water and then used a paintbrush to flick the ink where I wanted it.
Stamps: Precious Remembrance shop, DIY, Totally, Little Things
Inks: SU, blueberry bushel, tempting turquoise, sweet sugarplum, bermuda bay, calypso coral
Alphas: Simple Stories, Summer Vibes, Bloom & Grow, So Rad
Stickers: The Happy Planner puffy stickers; Shimelle Box of Crayons; AC, Maggie holmes & Vickii boutin sticker books; Cosmo Cricket, tiny text; MAMBI sticks, MAMBI washi; October Afternoon, the Ocean blue labels; Jillibean Soup labels; Lilybeedesigns labels
Thanks so much for looking today. It's been great to have your company.
And keep crafting!
Gorgeous, Jo xReplyDelete
Hi Jane! Love the cluster, cute photos and great job with the stamping/washi combo-so creative! thanks for joining us at LGS!ReplyDelete
I love that you used stamps for this challenge!! Soo fun! Thanks for joining us at LGS!ReplyDelete
Love your take on the sketch. Thanks for joining in with us at Let's Get Sketchy.ReplyDelete
What a great idea to use stamps!! I didn't think of that, thanks for the inspiration, and thanks for joining us at Lets Get Sketchy. Deb xxReplyDelete
l love your take on the sketch, especially the stamping! Thank you so much for joining us at LGS❤️ReplyDelete
Lovely take on the sketch! Thank you for playing along with us at LGS!ReplyDelete
The background border is very nice. Thank you so much for joining us at LGS☆ReplyDelete
Love how you tackled the strips... nicely done. Thanks for playing along with us at Let's Get Sketchy.ReplyDelete