Feb 3, 2012

Sketch Challenge at Quick Quotes

Hello fellow scrappy friends, i  wanted to share with you a layout i did for the February Sketch challenge over at Quick Quotes.

We were inspired by a sketch by Liz Qualman,
here is the sketch

and here is my take on the Sketch.  The photos are of my oldest son Elijah, and they were taken on a camping trip we had this past summer. Really makes me realise how fast he is growing up.
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I used Quick Quotes Damsel in Distress line, when i saw this line this past summer at CHA, i fell in love with it, its so versatile that you can use this line for anything (feminine or masculine)
journalling reads:
You amaze me, i look at you and the young man you are becoming.
Spread your wings Elijah, you can do anything!
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here are some detail shots.



martha stewart butterfly punch for the butterflies, ek success border punches
Powder Puff Midnight Confessions chalk ink was used to colour the maya road chipboard letters.


 those hearts are from an old sizzix die

banner base is from one of my cricut cartridges.
You can find the papers here online at Quick Quotes
Powder Puff-Chalk Ink-Amaretto, Powder Puff-Midnight Confessions

The Challenge: 
  • Using the sketch, take inspiration and create a project.
  • You can create a layout, card, mini album or altered art, just use the sketch as your inspiration.
  • We know what you like to do with a sketch so go ahead, flip it, rotate it and tweek it as you are inspired, just have fun with it!
  • You may use any products to participate in the challenge.
Challenge begins today and will be open until 11:59 pm PST on the 25th.
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The 'Top 3,' as chosen by our Design Team, will have bragging rights with a 'Top 3 fave' button to display at their own blogs + everyone who participates will be entered to win the prize for this challenge.

Prize = $25 gift certificate* to shop at http://www.shopquickquotes.com/
Happy Scrapping!!

2 comments:

  1. Great male page, Karan...and fantastic take on the sketch!
    Love all the layering of the hearts :)

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  2. I love this paper line too! GREAT take on the sketch. love it!

    Adora

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Thank you for dropping by today I really appreciate your comments.

Karan