Saturday, 23 June 2012

**Cybercrop Challenge 4** SKETCH IT!

Shhh, almost time for bed, but before you go, or maybe first thing tomorrow here is a sketch challenge for you. Take the sketch below, supplied by our very own Jane, and use it to inspire a layout or card.


Of course we have a couple of Design Team illustrations for you. 

Karen Moss uses Simple Stories Destinations papers in her Bologna Babes layout replacing the circle with a giant luggage tag and swaps the photo placement on the far right with the journalling block on the far left.


Katherine's Jet Ski Layout
For this challenge I shrunk down the sketch and placed the circle up in the top section of the page. I used the lovely Websters Pages Sunday picnic papers to document our family fun at legoland

Jane's Canvas 
For this challenge I was keen to use my latest photos of my niece Daisy who is now back in our lives after a 4 year absence. I made my layout on a canvas that had been painted with a dark cream acrylic paint. I chose the Echo Park 'Times and Seasons' papers because I wanted a daisy design but my niece is not a 'girly' girl so I didn't want a pink or overly flowery theme. Some plain white 'daisy like' paper flowers and 'Roller Rink' Thickers completed my canvas.


Dawn's Happy Days layout features Simple Stories papers and sticking pretty close to the original sketch format for a fresh summary page.


As always we'd love to see your creations so when you are done, some share them on this post using the inlinkz tool and maybe win a little something crafty from us. We will be back again tomorrow morning for the final day of our cybercrop. Enjoy and feel free to post some late night chat telling us how you are getting along this weekend. Just leave us a comment!

4 comments:

  1. Loved the sketch - onkly thing I have managed this weekend but I will do some of the classes at a later date

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  2. Love this sketch....I'm sure to use it many times.

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  3. Loved this challenge. The sketch and the DT examples were fab. Thanks :)

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  4. I'm very partial to sketches so I couldn't pass this by ... thanks so much for the inspirational examples!!!

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