Nicole's layout pulls you in with her fabulous sunburst effect, layered with lots of pattern paper and sticker accents.
Supplies: Persnickety (Finicky paper, 6x6 Tiny Tablet, Cardstock Mixed stickers, Acrylic Stamps, ABC mini-stickers), Autumn Spice (6x6 Tiny Tablet, Index Journal Cards) & Christmas Cheer (6x6 Tiny Tablet, ABC mini-stickers)
Nicole shares how she interpreted the sketch: As soon as I opened up the sketch, I knew that I wanted to do a sunburst effect on the top of the page. The Tiny Tablets make it easy to create this effect using as many papers from all the new tiny tablets as possible! I am not a measurer – so I randomly cut strips from the tablets and layered them on the background paper and then stitched them together to create the starburst effect.
Like Nicole, I to used a mix of patterns to create the details at the top of my page with a linear approach.
I love the smaller print versions on the 6x6 tiny tablets. You get a really good visual of the patterns and they stand out on any project. I used long strips of 1" wide arrows in various patterns and machine stitched to the background. For a cohesive look, I used smaller arrows as accents throughout the page.
Heather's Christmas layout is very similar to the sketch. The bold blue highlighted on her page and title treatment are stunning.
Heather explains: My daughters each have their own personalized ornaments and they look forward to hanging them in a special place on the Christmas tree every year. This sketch, mixed with the 6 x 6 paper pad was perfect for capturing the snapshots of my oldest daughter trimming the tree with her ornaments.
- Your layout must use at 70% Lily Bee products.
- Post your layout to our Flickr Gallery here to be eligible for monthly challenge prize.
- Title your post "November Sketch Challenge" so we can find it easily.
- Deadline is November 30, 2012, Midnight MST
- Winners will be announced Friday, December 7, 2012
Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you have wonderful week and a very Happy Thanksgiving to our U.S. readers. Happy Creating!