Welcome to another Saturday Sketch – the last one for this month!
For those who haven’t played along before, here are 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 June
Here is the Layout from the lovely Melissa Kennedy that this sketch is based on.
And here is the sketch:
Today we have Joanne Bain and Trudi Harrison from our Contributing Design Team playing along. Here are their interpretations:
“True Love” by Joanne Bain
Kaisercraft Materials Used – On This Day Collection – P1151 First Dance, P1153 Ido, P1154 Proposal, P1152 Vows, PP901 On This Day Paper Pad, SS182 On This Day Sticker Sheet, CT755 On This Day Collectables, RB893 Rub Ons – Forever & RS420 Sparklets – Hearts.
Joanne says: ” I have turned the sketch sideways, minimalised the background circle and offset the entire sketch to the left side if my page. As normal I have added extra bits and pieces for added interest.”
‘All things grow with love’ by Trudi Harrison
Kaisercraft Products Used: Summer Breeze Collection – P1167 Grow, P1168 Sprout, P1171 Sunny, P1172 Sunny Days, P1173 Little Thoughts, PP903 Paper Pad, CT757 Collectables; CS835 Clear Stamp-Vintage Fence
Other: Punch Set, White Gesso Paint
Trudi says: “Similarly to Joanne, I rotated the sketch as well. This was done to suit my landscape orientated photo. Elements of the sketch were moved down slightly. Clusters of fussy cut and Collectable elements were incorporated to replicate the circle elements of the sketch.”
We cannot wait to see what you come up with!