Sunday, October 16, 2011

My First Ever at Sketchabilities

Yay! I am so excited, Sketch 57 is up at Sketchabilities.  I am so happy to see my first ever submission as DT along with the rest of the talented DTs.  My first sketch with Sketchabilities came as a breeze.  I did not have a hard time coming up with my own interpretation.  The sketch was so inspiring and it fits perfectly my style (at the moment). :D

Here is Sketch 57:


 My take:



Title: The Look of Love
Did some paper rolling here:



I love how the color of my butterfly matched the page's motif.  I put pearl powder around the edge of the butterfly for some shimmer.


Supplies: PP by Webster's Pages Country Estate Serenity; CS by AC; Mask by Prima; Alphas by AC and Cosmo Cricket Tiny Type; Butterfly by Pink Paislee Butterfly Garden Collection; Flowers by Prima; Doilies from Gourdos (local store); Journal strips from Little Yellow Bicycle; Die leaves by Sizzix; Stamp by Technique Tuesday (one of Ali Edward's); Others: washi tape, ribbons; pearl powder; pearls.

Head on to the site to get some inspiration and do not forget to link your take.

Thanks for dropping by.

11 comments:

Margrethe said...

Oh, I absolutely love your take on the sketch - such adorable photos! It's so great to have as part of the team!

Camila Borssoi said...

What a wonderful layout! I like the romantic feeling in it and the colors.

vavietipoun said...

Great layout : love it !

Kay said...

This came out wonderful!! I loved the colors you used & the interpretation of the sketch...also that paper rolling really adds a nice touch. Fabulous work!

Leanne said...

beautiful..x

Marina Johan said...

Sweet layout! Love the soft feeling of the layout.

JJ Sobey said...

Love all the texture on this. The laser cut paper and doily add soft a nice soft look.

Umenorskan said...

Lovely layout

Mary Ann Jenkins said...

Beautiful layout! Love the colors, and such sweet photos :)

Patricia said...

this page is gorgeous... the little house and the flowers... very beautiful!

Susie said...

You did such a great job with the sketch. Beautiful work!