Monday, June 20, 2011

The Sampler {sketch challenge}


On the 20th of every month, Holly and The Sampler put together a sketch challenge. There are prizes and it's quite fun to hop through the DT's pages and see what they made with that month's kit.

So here we are, hopping along and sketchin' it up for The Sampler. I do hope you'll play along!


I made this page using silly pictures of my son at the park this spring. He's such a ham. So much so, that it's getting more difficult to get a nice, simple picture of him. But I'll take these! So much personality, and it just shines in pictures like this.


I did make the rosettes on this page using the buttons in the kit as well as scraps of paper left from the kit. One nifty little trick on this—see the doodles on that background paper? I mimicked that by drawing similar white swirls on the buttons of the rosettes.

Thanks for stopping to see my page today. Hope you all had a fab weekend. And don't forget to stop and see the sketch as well as link up your entry here at Holly's blog!

9 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

You know... I was 'working' yesterday and found two flowers that I had ordered from you a gazillion years ago... I finally used them... I know I was hoarding them... need to place another order from you ASAP... ohhhhhhhh and the lo I made??? On a 'secret' blog that you know about??? LOL!! I loveeeeeeeeeeeee this lo of Nate! I loveeeeeeeeeee those photos, the TITLE and loving the rosettes!!! :):):):):):):):):):)

Dena said...

What a great color scheme to go with the photos! Love the rosettes also. Thanks so much for sharing! :)

mborrero said...

Love this really nice LO! especially the accordion flowers

namaste
Melina

living, creating, and appreciating
~my blog

Everything Scrapbook and Stamps DT member

Amanda Johnson said...

LOVE IT!!!!! The colors are great anf am totally lovin how you included doodling on the rosettes!!!

Jingle said...

Super cute!

Diana Waite said...

love the colors!! GREAT layout!!

ScrappnBee said...

Love the rosettes! Just proves that you can have "flowers" on a page and still be masculine! Great splash of red too! Awesome job!

Rebecca said...

love the colors--they go perfectly with the photos :)

EverydayMe said...

so cute... {{hugs}} Michelle