Sunday, January 15, 2012

Sunday Sketch January 15th

It's another Sunday and time for another sketch.  I know this one is a little simple, but I am sure a few of you will take it over the top with ideas for embellishment and I know some of you will have fun with the simple design - so all is good.  I have to tell you that it makes me happy to regularly share sketches again - 2011 was such a busy year for me and I kinda want to get back to my roots.  I also cannot believe how many of you have shared links to your projects with me.  Please keep them coming!  I really get a lot of joy seeing what people do with my sketches and I have always been a proponent of sharing my sketches with no strings attached.  Thanks for leaving me a link to your pages so I can drop by and admire your wonderful work....seriously!
If you do not regularly visit the Adornit blog - you are missing out on some serious inspiration.  Not only does Adornit still create quality scrapbook supplies, but they have moved into the quilting industry too and the women in the family are so talented.  I just love everything they do.  Please stop by and tell them I sent you!  When I saw Adornit's Circle of Friends collection, I knew I had to use the gorgeous pink paper on my project with my sassy little daughter.  It looks so bright and fun and a nice compliment to these photos.   Since there was no friend in the picture I decided to mix and match collections. I cut off the bottom of the Circle of Friends patterned paper and added it to the blue striped patterned paper from the Photo Girls collection. Then I added the “whatever” sentiment from the Girly Glam cardstock stickers
When was the last time you used clear stickers? ADORNit makes some of the best and they have so many different themes that there is a lot to choose from.. The flowers and the words “sweet” and “adorable” are from the Princess Clear Stickers. They added just the right amount of pizazz to the project. Then I tied on some of ADORNit’s Squiggle Ribbon. It is so cute and there is just a tad of glitter on the stitching on the ribbon, BUT, since it is what I call “responsible glitter” because it does not come off and get all over you!

I also had to include some of the tiny alphabets and used the Multi Reds Tiny Alpha to weave my title. I also added some pink and purple flowers from the Princess Foam Stickers. This is such a happy page and it was fun to mix and match all of the wonderful collections and embellishments.

ADORNit Products:
Circle of Friends collection – Circle of Friends patterned paper
Photo Girls collection – Photo Smiles patterned paper
Multi Reds Tiny Alpha
Foam Stickers – Princess
Clear Stickers – Princess
Cardstock Stickers – Girly Glam
Cardstock Stickers – Princess Dreams
Ribbon – Squiggle in Turquoise

Thank you so much for stopping by today!


Debbie Garcia said...

Beautiful sketch

Kris Berc said...

Another wonderful sketch (and your daughter is most definitely adorable)!

Elisabeth said...

Another GREAT sketch. Now I need to convince my little one to give me a break so I can get to my scrapping!