a SWEET challenge

THIS LAYOUT IS OUT FOR PUBLICATION

Once again, Beck Fleck (owner of my favorite sketch site pagemaps.com — see my favorite links) has challenged us with a sketch. I think I am getting in BARELY under the wire…but, here’s my take on her latest sketch challenge. You can’t see it in the photo really well — but I added liquid glass and glitter to the bottom halves of the chipboard letters SNOW — it looks cool, if not a little more subtle that I anticipated, in person. And, of course, the papers & photos look much brighter in real life, too. Thanks for checking it out!

I had to remove this picture, as this layout is being published in a new book by Memory Makers’ Big Book of Scrapbooking Ideas due out next Spring.
I’ve spent some time looking at some of the other entries — it’s so fun to see how others interpret these sketches. Here are a few of the MANY I found inspiring:

http://www.scrapinstyletv.com/portfolio/view_layout.php?layout_id=150677&user_id=9361

http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/pg.asp?cmd=display&layout_id=1438674

http://emilyjones.typepad.com/controlledchaos/2009/01/basic-grey-yum.html

http://creativelymine.blogspot.com/2009/01/bittersweet.html

Awesome job, ladies!!!

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5 responses

  1. Thanks so much for the sweet comment. I rarely like pictures of my but this one I can appreciate. It was taken while a group of photographers (amateur and professional) were taking a break from the cold Winterlude festivities. I had no clue he was point a camera at me let alone taking this picture. A week later I saw it on Flickr.com and had to scrap it. (actually, thats the second time I have scrapped it. lol)

    Thanks again. Enjoy your weekend.

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