Sunday, August 7, 2011

August 1st Challenge at Once Upon a Sketch

Been away from my scrapbook room for quite some time because of some missing mojos.  To address my lag, I went back to one of the few usual sites I frequent for some artistic boost, Once upon a Sketch, not only for the great sketches but for the love I get from the people there.  

August 1st Challenge is up.  The sketch provided great potentials and my right brain got the simulation it needed.

August 1st Sketch:



My take:

I am currently in love with the use of mix media to make the brick-like element as introduced by Ms. Iris Uy.  This was made by mixing gesso, pumice gel and paint of chosen color.  Spread it based on the desired shape.  Scrape the excess mixture to form parallel lines and vertical lines in alternate spacing for that brick-like look.   Special thanks to Ms. Karen Ngo for supplying my gesso and pumice gel.


 Journal: You Measure Up to a perfect day. We thank God for your for every single day.

Supplies: PP: Webster's Pages Your Life Beautiful; Border: Crate Paper School Spirit Collection; Sassafras arrow; Alphas: Lilybee Design ABC Stickers; AC Nutmeg; Stickers: Bella Blvd. Super Stud; MM Big Ideas Photo Slang; October Afternoon School House; Mask: TH Idealogy Time Works; TH Distressing Ink; Memories Mists in Mango Lemonade and Blue Martini; Gesso; Pumice Gel; Kaisercolour in Yellow; Imagination Project Coasters Circles Ocean; Stamp: Technique Tuesday Loving Words by Ali Edwards.


Thank for looking.

5 comments:

Irma said...

thanks for taking part in our OUAS challenge! Your layout is very beautiful!

sandi said...

What an absolutely adorable lo! Love all the cut outs! Tks. for playing along with us at OUAS!

phamil said...

Absolutely love those fun pics and this fun take on the sketch! Thank you for joining and playing along with us at OUAS!

Vicky Varvadouka said...

This layout pops out! Great take on the sketch! Gorgeous design! I love your colors, photos and embellishments!Thanks for playing at OUAS!

Gerry van Gent said...

What an admirable layout, Regina! Thank you for playing along at OUAS! Gerry