As in keep it simple. Another challenge from the My Sketch World ABC Crop. A layout using only one piece of patterned paper, one piece of cardstock, one journaling spot, one font in the title, and 3 simple embellishments.
Ok, I really am not a big fan of misspelling, but I can understand that you need to stretch things a bit when you are trying to come up with a challenge for every letter of the alphabet. This challenge from the My Sketch World ABC Crop was "J is for Jems," making a card with bling. Here's mine:
For this challenge at the My Sketch World ABC Crop, we were asked to create a layout using ink on it. I chose to stamp images on kraft cardstock and cut them out as embellishments - the crown, frame, sentiment, and airplane.
Another layout challenge from the ABC Crop at My Sketch World. It was a hard layout for me; my sister Liz passed away 6 months ago this week, and that combined with the 10th anniversary of 9/11 has made this an emotionally difficult week. I am really grateful for the opportunity to revisit these memories of Liz through photos and to spend some time thinking about her.
Today is a day to stop and remember all of those you love, both those still here and those gone. To value your relationships and tell those around you what their presence in your life means to you.
I'm running a little behind at the My Sketch World ABC crop, but I'm catching up. The Day 2 prompt was "B is for Butterfly," and the challenge was to use 2 butterflies on a card. I used mists on a butterfly stamp to create the background and a sticker for the green butterfly.
My Sketch World is hosting an awesome ABC crop. All month long there are challenges posted with alphabet cues. The first challenge was A is for Arrows - the challenge was to create a layout using at least 2 arrows. I actually made a minibook to take with me when I travel; I used a Maya Road arrow sheers keychain as the base for the book: