Sunday, February 5, 2012

Sunday Sketch February 5th

Ready for another sketch?  I don't know about you, but I am a bit tired of winter, so I thought it would be fun to play with some flowers and butterflies.  I also like the idea of layering journal elements and adding some hand stitching for butterfly trails.

I'm so excited about the Hello Spring Collection from Little Yellow Bicycle.  It takes your Spring pastel color palette and punches it up with a bright twist.  I really love all the fun elements with this collection.  Not to mention this super fun die cut with the multiple patterned scallops.
Ever since I found velvet embroidery thread, I am totally hooked on how fun the fiber looks on a page.  This bright green color really adds some dimension to my butterfly trail and it looks so fun with the bright colors of the Hello Spring Collection.
Little Yellow Bicycle always makes really fun journal elements with cards and stickers.  I used one of my old flower punches and some jewel stickers to decorate this element.

I'll look forward to some of your interpretations, just drop me a link and I'll stop by -

Have a great week!


10 comments:

Heather said...

Great sketch! Love the vibrant colors of the LYB collection!

Mary Ann Jenkins said...

Another great sketch!!!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Beautiful as always, Liz! I love the sketch too. Printing it now...:)

Luz Maria Bruna said...

Another fabulous sketch Liz!!

Kris Berc said...

What a fun sketch! Yay for flowers and butterflies :)

Elisabeth said...

Another great sketch and I love the vibrant colors on your layout. Your girl is such a cutie.

I played with your sketch you made for quick quotes. Have a look if you like!
http://myschnipselblog.blogspot.com/2012/02/sweet-dreams-quick-quotes.html

Christa said...

This is a wonderful sketch and the layout is gorgeous! I saw another one on Christine Meyer's blog. Thanks for the inspiration!

Izzyb said...

Beautiful page and sketch. Love this new line!

piradee talvanna said...

gorgeous layout Liz and love the border details! TFS.

Janet said...

Great sketch and fab layout, you can see my take on the sketch at
http://janetscraftycreations.blogspot.com/2012/02/layout-samples.html