Today I bring you a LO based on this sketch over on Scrap365.
If I'm honest, at first I looked at it and thought, even for me, it was a little too heavy on white space, but then I looked a little harder and decided it wasn't so set about making this LO.
I was quite restricted on papers from my stash as I didn't have normal access to my craft room on account that it is over the room I use for my B & B guests.. and I had some in, so I couldn't get to it all.
So... first I took a blackboard sheet of paper from my July Counterfeit Kit, 'Just in Time' and used the reverse spotty side, which was a page from the Teresa Collins, Memorabilia collection. Then I added a selection of papers from the Glitz 'Dapper Dan' range which was perfect for this photo of my son and his besties messing about on his wedding day.
I gradually layered up the papers onto Navy cardstock, then decided I wanted to mount the entire LO onto navy CS too, so I cut that to fit too. I then added some star washi tape and a couple of clusters of embellies, finishing off with a smattering of co-ordinating buttons.
The title was cut from the paper pad too as was the little bow ties and the moustache.
Thanks for looking..and remember to pop back later as I am going too be catching up with some more LOs later too.
What a fab photo of your 'gentlemen' Elaine. I love the sketch, right up my street. I like the way you stayed true to it, but still ended up with quite a busy page, in your own style.ReplyDelete
There's so much I like about this. The bowties and mustaches and the title work, yes the title work is my fave.ReplyDelete
Great take on the sketch and such a sweet photo. I too will find myself using the other side of the paper then what I picked for my kit.ReplyDelete
very nice paper choice and lovely interpretation of the sketch jxReplyDelete
Excellent job on the layout and the sketch (the B side was a good choice for this :)ReplyDelete
Love your paper choices, the layout looks fab, this album of the wedding must be looking superb :-)ReplyDelete
Such a lovely page and great use of your CK :)ReplyDelete
Great page - love the photo :)ReplyDelete
OH you made great use of the supplies you had on hand. The mustache paper is PERFECT for this manly layout. You have a B & B? Wow...that is so cool!ReplyDelete
Beautiful work Elaine, love your interpretation of the challengeReplyDelete
Great pic. Great use of the sketch and love your papers and title.ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at Scrap365 this month :)
Fun and delight layout! Thank you so much for joining us at Scrap365! <3ReplyDelete
What a great page, thank you for joining Scrap 365!ReplyDelete
This is amazing Elaine and even more so if you were restricted to what you could use!!! Sometimes that's the best way, eh? Thank you so much for joining us at Scrap365, Ali xReplyDelete
oh this work has made me smile! fantastic! thank you for playing along with us at scrap 365!ReplyDelete