Sunday, October 30, 2011

Sketchy Thursday on Pebbles' Inc Blog


It's my very first Sketchy Thursday assignment
for Pebbles' Inc and I sure had fun with this layout :

 " I loved this unique grid design that I've never considered before and was particularly pleased to go with a multi photo layout, allowing me to scrap my teenage kids with their church youth group here.  I usually follow any sketch closely at the beginning of my design - in this case I followed the placement of the photos and the ticket border across the top half of the layout. After that I made the sketch my own , using different types of Fresh Goods embellishments to create what I want in terms of a balanced design."


Pebbles supplies used: 
Fresh Goods Flower Basket  (751183)
Fresh Goods Window Display (751189)
Fresh Goods Rain Check  (751184)
Fresh Goods Dimensional Phrases & Icon Stickers (732076)
Fresh Goods Embossed Masking Tape Stickers (732078)
Fresh Goods Chipboard Flowers  (747155)
Fresh Goods Dimensional Butterflies  (747154)
Fresh Goods Toothpick Flags (747153)
Fresh Goods Chips  (744118)
Fresh Goods Clothes Pin Natural Wood  (747278)
Welcome Christmas Buttons (747147)

Other supplies used:
Cardstock (American Crafts)
Border Punch (Martha Stewart)
Tickets

7 comments:

BabyBokChoy said...

This is absolutely beautiful, you really leveraged this collection and the sketch well! LOVE IT!!

Lynette said...

Gorgeous...I love every detail..you really worked this sketch.


xx

Helen Tilbury said...

Gorgeous Pearl! Looks great!! These Pebbles papers are so lovely :)

Kim said...

gosh the first word that came to mind when I scrolled down was FRESH!!! I soooo love the combo of papers and embellies and the colours just scream SUMMER!

Jennifer said...

Love, love your LO!! Wonderful in every way!!

Audrey Pettit said...

LOVE this! Such a great take on that sketch. Love the multi-photos and love that row of tickets. Pebbles has such CUTE stuff. :)

Eila Sandberg said...

Totally suck with multi pick layouts myself but yours is just fab! oooh the papers really are so pretty too!