Just the four of us

Hello everyone!

9 A.M. and believe it or not, I tidied up my office/scrapbooking room! It was NOT possible anymore! I couldn't see anything, all my collections of papers were getting mixed up: I needed some "blank" space! I still have more work to do, but at least, it's a BIG start.

Anyhow, I am now sipping my coffee (Yes, I  even cleaned up before having breakfast) while blogging... And it feels good!

I wanted to share today I LO I made using yet another sketch by Creative Scrappers. I think I am going to try and work on ALL their sketches (at least the 165 they included in those 2 PDFs). I like sketches right now because they teach me the basic organization of a LO + my pages come together much more quickly, which is great since I am SOOOO behind!

Here is the sketch:

Before you have a look, I must say something! Those of you who regularly read my posts (I hope there are many) know that I was nearly out of "Hello Luscious" paper. But since I have been scrapping that many pics of my brother's wedding, I went and bought some new sheets! Unfortunately, the shops which are close from my house don't offer coordinating stickers or alphas so... But I am using the scraps I have left!!! NO WASTE :)

And, FINALLY, here is my take:

And here are a few close-ups:

I just found those "Hello Luscious" rub-ons! I was sooo stocked!
Plus, you'll notice that I decided to spritz a little white paint

Can you see the Glossy Accent (well I have another brand, but
you see what I mean) on the heart and on the second one?


The black thingie I used for the title. I've had that for a long time and hadn't used it in quite a while. And I like the mix of both "fonts".


* At first, I was thinking that those black and red papers were a bit dark, so I threw in a little yellow and I think it jazzed it up!
* LOVE the rub-on


* Cardstock: AC
* PP: BG "Hello Luscious" collection
* Rub-On: BG "Hello Luscious" rub-on book
* Paint: "White Wash" Americana paint by DecoArt
* Punches:
                        * Circles: Marvy Uchida
                        * Heart: EK Success
                        * Border punch: "Threading water" by Fiskars
                        * Corner punch: "Large Rounder Corner" by EK Success
* Ink: "Chipped Sapphire" distress ink, by Ranger
* Alpha: "Marquise" Thickers in red, AC


5 commentaires:

  1. I love your take on the sketch. Great color combo... Thanks for sharing.

  2. great job on the LO and love that sketch. oh, and I LOVE using Dymo labels, love!

  3. Very nice layout....I love the rub on and the sketch is definitely a fun one!

  4. Thanks for sharing the link to the sketch site. I hadn't heard of it before and I liked it. Thanks