It's promising to be another lovely day here in Kent and I, for one, am really looking forward to it!
Today I bring to you a LO that I made with my Counterfeit kit, which also fitted the brief of the weekly challenge over on UKS.
My task was to create a LO documenting
1) change in my life
2) Lots of white space
3) Use something at least 4 years old.
I started off with finding a sketch to use.. this one is from Creative Scrappers Blog here. Their website os full of inspirations.. trust me.. I know! I am a regular visitor!
Here is the sketch... at first I wasn't sure if I was that keen on it..but then I got stuck in and it flowed for me.
In the end I used some old, large, white sequins from my sewing box (never knew what to do with then) as my 'item over 4 years old'. As I have only been scrapping for about 3 years that was a tough one for me!
Anyway.. here is the end result.
I used meeting my husband as the 'Event that changed your life'. I was just 14 and he was 16 when we met and we have been together 39 years! Who said love at first sight doesn't work? This is a photo of him back then.
I think you can work out the white space for yourself! I added some start as that is what he is to me.. altogether now.. aww!
Ah that's a fabulous layout, I've also done the challenge for UKS just having issues resizing the pictures grrrrReplyDelete
Love this layout :)ReplyDelete
Live what you did with the sketch! Thanks for sharing your blog with us at My Scraps & More!ReplyDelete
awwwwww :) I agree about the sketch but love how you worked it :)ReplyDelete
great story! Interesting sketch that's for sure!ReplyDelete
I loved this sketch too. Love what you did with it and so nice to hear that there are people who are still together after all this time. Lovely layout.ReplyDelete
Love your take on the CS sketch. I am visiting from their link up!! The colors you chose are so pretty. I am now following you via GFC. Would love for you to stop by and say hi.ReplyDelete
love how you interpreted the sketch and the other challenge briefs. And what a super layout that came out of it! Great jobReplyDelete