Another month, another Sketchy Challenge!

I love working with sketches. They give me a place for my left brain to rest and my right brain to take over; sometimes the transition is that obvious! Sometimes a sketch speaks to me so much I work with it just as it is, but most often I want to change it up and make it mine. I rotate them, flip them, add more pictures or less, it is the starting point of so many options.

For this month’s sketch, I flipped it as if looking into a mirror!

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I pulled some gorgeous paper and product from Close To My Heart [CTMH]. I have wanted to play with this Wanderful Workshop to Go for some time.

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The layout is done with patterned papers from the kit. I cut all the country and city names from one of those papers and love how they completed my vision.

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The “explore” camera and compass quote are stamps from the Wanderful set as well. They fit perfectly into cuts from the CTMH Artbooking Cricut cartridge.

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Most often when I complete a scrapbook layout, I quickly put together a card while I have coordinating products scattered across my desk. This card uses cardstock and patterned paper from the same Wanderful kit.

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The sentiment box was cut using the CTMH Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge.

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Hope you find time to pull out this month’s sketch and let it be the starting point for your right brain!

kim

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Comments

  1. Jennifer E Reply

    Fantastic! Love the sketch both ways and love how you used all of the city names!

  2. The sketch is great either way — would love to travel more and hopefully will — one never knows

  3. Ali MacDonald Reply

    🙂 🙂 🙂 Beautiful job, Kim, I love how you used the sketch and the papers from the CTMH Wanderful Workshop on the Go!! Also, a great tip about making a card after a LO since everything is on your desk. Smart! Thanks for sharing this with the world- it’s awesome work. Must bookmark this blog- Thanks! ~ Ali

  4. My husband and son just got back from a 5 day trip in Boston. I needed some inspiration to scrap their pics. This is perfect. TFS! <3Kim

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