While I don’t use sketches much anymore, I actually do use them quite a bit.
Wait – what?
What I mean is, there are basic blueprints in my mind that I know work, that I know I can utilize my 4×6 photos with for scrapbooking and that I can customize for my stories. Today I want to share a favorite sketch with you – and show you how I used it on a card too.
This sketch as you can see has very little to it.
This is because depending on my photos, my papers, and my story I can edit it to make it work for whatever I happen to be working on at the moment.
Here I have used this sketch with a ScrapRoom page kit:
I really like the bite sized kits (perfect inspiration for a page or two!) – and with just added touches I really like how this layered page came out.
Links to supplies used on both projects:
I took a different ScrapRoom page kit and used my sketch inspiration on a card:
I’m super inspired to try and use more of my page sketch designs onto card format – I really like how this one came out!
If you’re inspired to try something with this basic sketch – I hope you’ll share a link with us here, or better yet share it over at the Camp Scrap (FREE) community at Big Picture Classes.
Today’s post is sponsored by the ScrapRoom, and I used their June kits in the above projects. They are generously offering that if you join The ScrapRoom for the first time and mention “CampScrap” in the comments section of your order to receive a FREE Layout kit in your first shipment!
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