Friday, 26 February 2016

ScrapMuch? Sketch-y Friday

Hello, my friends!

It's Friday, which means it's Sketch-y Friday at ScrapMuch?
and I have another layout to share with you! :o)

Here's another wonderful sketch from Laura:

As soon as I saw the sketch, 
I knew it would be perfect for this photo from my daughter's collection.
She took it when she was in New Zealand.
I know I could spend many wonderful hours sitting on that dock! :o)

A closer look at some of the details: spatter, paint ring, weathered wood paper, and a definition of the title.

Materials Used:
Papers: Teresa Collins - Everyday Moments, GCD Studios - Family Jeans;
Punches: Fiskars - Star, EK Success - Medallion Chain Border;
Die: Spellbinders Shapeabilities - Pagemaps Pot Pourri;
Paint: Acrylic - White

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To join in the fun, simply create a layout using this sketch, and link it up in the sidebar at ScrapMuch? before February 29th.
You'll find all the rules, and many more great sketches, on the ScrapMuch? blog.
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Thanks so much for stopping by! 
Have a wonder-full weekend! :o)


  1. What a great page Nancy! This is such a fabulous take on the sketch!

  2. Yes, the title is the right one for this, I could spend a few hours there. Beautiful page.

  3. I love those colors with that beautiful picture! I also thought your journal tags were spectacular! Thanks so much for the inspiration! -DT jen

  4. Love, love, love! The papers and color palette are phenomenal! Gorgeous!

  5. It's a fabulous photo and you have chosen the perfect colours for your layout. Love the paint splatters and the rings !

  6. This is beautiful. The blue shades are the perfect background for the gorgeous pic of the dock and who wouldn't want to be sitting on that?
    That pop of gold is the perfect contrast to these gorgeous colours.


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