Hey everyone! Check out Tracy McLennon’s take on our Feb Sketchy Challenge. Tracy created this layout using the Simple Stories So Fancy Collection Here’s the sketch. We wanna see your take! Join our Sketchy Community!!!!! CLICK HERE Happy Scrapping
Today we are featuring Kerry Engel’s take on our monthly sketch challenge. Kerry created this card using the following products Core’dinations ColorCore cardstock Neutrals Elizabeth Craft Designs poinsettia die and Simple Stories Claus & Company Elements Kerry based her card on our monthly sketchy challenge! We would like to see your take on this sketch – CLICK HERE to share your work with us! Merry Card Making!
Hi Everyone! It’s Kelly Klapstein here today to share my layout based on the September Sketchy Challenge. Here is my sketch: I used the gorgeous Kaisercraft collection “Botanica.” Actually, these products were in my September kit from ScrapShotz. With this Kaisercraft stamp set and “Avocado” ink, I added a subtle pattern of leaves to the solid green paper layers. When you stamp several times or ‘values’ without reloading with ink, you can create your own patterned paper (learned from the great ink queen herself, Cathie Allan!) The leaves are cut with my Brother ScanNCut machine After cutting them from mixed media paper, I watercoloured them with my Tombow Dual Brush Pens. I also used my Tombow pens for hand lettering my title “Hello.” Here is a video on my YouTube channel that shows how I created the watercolour leaves. https://youtu.be/Yhj_8jnlzHM I would love to see what you create with my…
Check out Desiree’s take on the May sketchy challenge SUPPLIES:Simple Stories patterned paper, Prima Marketing metal embellishment, May Arts ribbon, Tombow Xtreme Adhesive. Page pocket scrapbooking is made so easy when using Simple Stories patterned paper! For this layout Desiree used the Hey Pop collection. Desiree used May Arts Ribbon for a little accent here and there. Everything was stuck together using Tombow Xtreme Adhesive We would love to see your take on our monthly sketchy challenge! CLICK HERE to join the fun! Have a wonderful Monday everyone!
featuring Sizzix Eclips2 electronic die cutting machine, Core’dinations cardstock, Simple Stories patterned paper and chipboard stickers Ha! It’s not often you run into Marilyn Monroe (since it has been reported she died in 1962), but on a vacation in California, we were happy to see her sitting on a chair in Universal Studios Hollywood. My husband was thrilled to have a photo taken with her. The April Sketch from the Canadian Scrapbooker Sketchy Challenge was perfect for scrapbooking these pictures that I took with my phone. Rather than the circles shown in the sketch, I considered using stars but finally settled on diamonds, since don’t you know, Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend. I cut the diamonds on Core’dinations Black Magic cardstock with my Sizzix Eclips2 electronic die cutting machine. The basic shapes that are supplied with this machine are so handy. I just dragged and dropped the squishy diamond shape…
Check out Desiree’s take on the March sketchy challenge SUPPLIES: Stampin’ Up! patterned paper, ink, journaling pen, crystal embossing powder and framelit dies for Sizzix, May Arts ribbon, Recollections sticker alphabet, Be Creative Sookwang tape, Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid Glue. Desiree used May Arts Ribbon twine to mimic fishing line on her layout. She adhered the twine down using Tombow Mono Aqua Liguid Glue Desiree also used some Stampin’ Up! framelit dies for Sizzix- On Film and Word Bubbles We would love to see your take on our monthly sketchy challenge! CLICK HERE to join the fun! Have a wonderful Saturday everyone!
Hi, Connie here today. This layout was inspired by the February sketch in the Canadian Scrapbooker It’s a Sketchy Challenge and the new Kaisercraft Shine Bright collection. The latter turned up in my mailbox as part of the latest Scrap Shotz monthly kit and the colours were so striking – bright yellow and black and gray – perfect for some older soccer photos in my collection. I knew I wanted to create a soccer ball to use as the circular element suggested by the February sketch and quickly realized that my Sizzix Eclips2 electronic die cutting machine could make that soccer ball an easy thing. I simply googled ‘soccer svg’ and found a lovely free soccer ball cut file on the internet. I imported the file into Ecal (the software used with the Eclips2) sized it appropriately and then cut it out on a couple of different colours…
Just a quick share for you today. I have been working with Sue’s February Sketchy Challenge and stayed fairly true to the design, but always try to add my own spin to them. The papers I used are from BoBunny’s “Souvenir Collection”, it has one sheet that is an entire alphabet; from that sheet I fussy cut the title “WINE”. I inked up a few stencils with Clearsnap Fluid Chalk inks and painted the Magenta Chipboard “gears” with Viva Décor Inka Gold paint. The uneven borders are hand drawn and Zentangled with a Sharpie marker. Be sure to share how you use the sketch in our gallery!
Check out Desiree’s take on the Feb sketch featuring Simple Stories and Tombow. SUPPLIES: Simple Stories patterned paper, Sharpie marker, American Crafts Thickers, Ranger Industries Stickles glitter glue, Tombow Aqua liquid glue. The elements were adhered down using Tombow Mono Aqua Liguid Glue Desiree based her layout on this sketch. We would love to see your take on our monthly sketchy challenge! CLICK HERE to join the fun! Have a wonderful Wednesday everyone!
Check out Desiree’s take on the Dec sketch featuring FabScraps, Magenta and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. SUPPLIES: FabScraps patterned paper, American Crafts Thickers, Magenta lazer cut chipboard, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares, Be Creative Sookwang tape, staples transparency, unknown shoe lace. Desiree used laser cut chipboard gears from Magenta And some patterned paper from this wonderful collection of products from FabScraps The elements were adhered down using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares Desiree based her layout on this sketch. We would love to see your take on our monthly sketchy challenge! CLICK HERE to join the fun! Have a wonderful Monday!