We’re asking you to use Chevrons on your layout. It’s one of MY absolute favourite shapes!
Here’s the layout I created:
I found this old photo of Mathieu while I was packing and decided I would use it for the challenge. I used Kaisercraft’s “Hide & Seek” collection. This sweet collection worked perfectly with my sweet photo. 🥰
Looking now at the photo of my completed layout, if I were to do it again, I would change a few things. But overall, I like the randomness of it. I learned long ago not every layout is going to be a favourite! Some days you’re on your game, and other days, not so much. Today was a not so much day for me!! LOL!
Anyhow, we would LOVE you to join us over at The Studio Challenges. If you do, please link up your layout. You may be chosen to be our next guest designer!
The sketch is all about layers and I’m not a huge layer-er (is that even a word? LOL!) but I did incorporate some layers onto my page and I was inspired by the stars on the sketch.
For this layout, I used a bunch of different manufacturers.
Believe it or not, the paper is from Bella Blvd.’s “Sweet & Spooky” collection (not a birthday collection even though it’s a birthday layout!), the flair is from “A Flair for Buttons”, stickers from the Pink Fresh “Boys Fort” collection and the foam words I used for the title and epoxy dots are Jillibean Soup.
So head on over to The Studio Challenges to see the sketch I used to create this page and have a look at what the rest of the DT came up with.
Here’s my interpretation of it. I chose to turn the sketch counter-clockwise.
I used papers from Kaisercraft’s “Blessed” collection, ephemera bits from Vicki Boutin’s “Colour Kaleidoscope” collection and a piece of paper from her “Field Notes” collection. I chose to do a black and white background so my picture popped!
The title word is from Jillibean Soup’s “Harvest Garden” collection.
I finished off the layout with some yellow enamel dots, a few yellow flower stickers with little crystal centres and a piece of black and white flair.
So head on over to The Studio Challenges to see the sketch and check out the gorgeous layouts from the rest of the design team.
And here’s my take on the sketch (also week 13 of “52 Favourites”):
I used the Vicki Boutin “Colour Kaleidoscope” collection I purchased from Scrapbook Nerd.
I also used a few enamel dots from My Mind’s Eye, some stickers from Simple Stories, a wooden button from an older Shimelle collection and the title “this” is from the Jillibean Soup “Garden Harvest” collection.
If you aren’t already a member of the Scrapbook Nerd Facebook Friends Group, head on over and join. If you participate in the sketch challenge and share it in the group, you have a chance to win a $15 gift certificateto the Scrapbook Nerd shop! Who doesn’t love FREE stuff! I sure do!! 😉
The colour palette is one of my favourites – blues and yellows!
Here’s my take on the challenge.
The majority of the papers and embellishments I used on this layout are from the Jillibean Soup“Farmhouse Stew” collection. They were PERFECT!! I also incorporated a few elements from Vicki Boutin’s “Colour Kaleidoscope” collection that I received recently from Scrapbook Nerd.
I created a “coffee cup stain” by inking the bottom of an old coffee cup.
A few blue and yellow enamel dots and journaling around the edges of the page finished off the layout.
So, head over to The Studio Challenges blog and check out the inspiring colour palette and the awesome layouts from the rest of the design team.
Then don’t forget to play along and link up your layout for a chance to be a guest designer with us!