Happy Thursday everyone! Have you heard about our monthly Sketch Challenge yet? The sketch above is our September sketch and we'd love to have you join us in the challenge! Check out this post for the details on how you can have the chance to win some Fancy goodies when you create a project based on this sketch. (Psst! The challenge ends Sept.26, so you still have time!)
Our Pockets Chicks have taken the challenge and they're sharing their projects here today to give you some inspiration! Take a look!
Happy by Pamela Young
Pamela says, "I added a bit more embellishments to the sketch, but other than that I followed it pretty closely. I LOVE this fun collection (The Good Life). I combined it with the awesome white corrugated cardstock and it made the color on the papers just pop! Another product I just LOVE are the new Artist Edition Stencil Cards, they are a great addition to any page!"
Be Happy by Piradee Talvanna
Piradee says, "I love the sketch that Jodi provided, the possibilities to create with it is just endless. And for my layout I wanted to create a balance between the white space and being able to incorporate all the different elements. Using the Summer Soul collection, I first started cutting various pattern papers for the center piece and also created a fun confetti envelop in the middle. Then using the rub-ons, I added the faux stitching to the sides and cut out the flower to be used as an embellishment. Then finally, using my silhouette machine I cut the title for the layout with one of the pattern papers; to complete the layout. Be Happy!"
Introducing... by Jess Mutty
Jess says, "I immediately knew when I saw this sketch that it would be perfect for a page featuring my baby girl's birth announcement. The design is simple and keeps the focus on the photo area. My 5x7 card was already a collage and it had plenty of detail so I didn't want to overwhelm the page with lots of embellishments. And it was super excellent that the Hopscotch line perfectly matched my announcement colors!"
Home by Vicki Chrisman
Vicki says, "I love the Country Boutique line and thought that I would choose papers from the line that were monocromatic in color. I like how the subtle colors and patterns are so beatutiful, but still keep the focus on the photo."
Are you inspired? We hope you are! And we can't wait to see what you come up with using this sketch! Don't forget to post to our Facebook page and specify that your project is for the September Sketch Challenge. See you soon!