Welcome to the last Saturday Sketch for February!
Let’s have a look at the rules:
The rules: Each Saturday every month a new sketch and inspirational layouts will be posted here on the blog. From these 3-5 sketches (depending on how many Saturday’s there are), you have that many chances to create a layout of your own and upload it to any gallery of your choice, or in a blog post. Once done, link your layout into the comments section of the appropriate sketch blog post and you’re entry is complete! Find FULL terms and conditions here.
The deadline: Comments with linked layout entries for each monthly sketch challenge will close on the last day of that month at 11.59 (Australian Eastern Standard Time UTC +10/Daylight Savings Time UTC +11)
The prize: 1st PLACE: One of Kaisercraft’s new collections (valued at approximately $80). 2nd PLACE: A Kaisercraft scrap pack (including new products) valued at approximately $50. Winners will be announced at the beginning of February.
Here’s the layout the sketch was based on…
‘Nobody but Yourself’ By Dani Krivan
And the sketch based on the layout:
“Sweet” Layout by Joanne Bain
Kaisercraft Materials Used – Suga Pop Collection – P1054 Fruit Tingle, PP891 Suga Pop Paper Pad, CT744 Suga Pop Collectables, EM932 Pink Ice Pearl Brads, RS414 Crimson Sparklets, SB703 Aqua Rhinestones, RB196 Girls Rub Ons.
Joanne says: ” This is my interpretation of the sketch. I minimalized some of the elements whilst others I left as they were. I moved the whole sketch to the top of the page and basically broke it into two pieces. I added the title to my embellishment cluster and used some rolls of patterned paper & rub ons for lines of text. As with all sketches that I do, I added a few extras to make the sketch my own.”
‘Scoot’ by Trudi Harrison
Kaisercraft Products Used: Suga Pop Collection- P1051 Toffee, P1057 Cotton Candy, P1053 Lollypop, PS260 Gumball Specialty Die Cut, SS170 Sticker Sheet, PP891 Paper Pad, CT744 Collectables; CS756 Clear Stamp Grunge, CB108 Chipboard Alpha #2
Other: Washi Tape, Ink
Trudi Says: “The orientation of the sketch was kept the same, but I added an additional photo in lieu of one of the rectangular elements. I also used banners from the sticker sheet the for string elements of the sketch.”