So onto the scrappy haps at hand!
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Moving right along......
My Sketch World is gearing up for summertime!!! WooHoo! That means lots of chatter on the board, fun challenges, sketches, and crops going on. Lucy is doing it up big this year and I canNOT wait! But before the crop starts in July......we have to get through June. The best way to do that is with some great sketches!
This month I did both the card and LO sketch for my DT duties. Here's the ATC I came up with:
I have really been working on creating my backgrounds myself by building up with patterned papers, paints, goops, stamps.....basically taking more of a collaged, mixed media approach. On this background I used patterned paper and misted dictionary paper. I tore the papers and adhered them with some gel medium. Next came some paint dabbed on lightly (I still wanted the bottom layer to show....*wink*), then some molding paste spread on with my finger, stamps with paint, and the rest of the embellishments.
All that came together using this sketch:
Here's more picture of it cuz' I think it shows off the sparkle better and I love me some sparkle!
Purr-ty, huh? Lots of pearl paint, PearlEx, and glitter!
Next up my LO for June. Can I just say it felt so super good to be scrapping with one of Lucy's LOs sketches. It's been a while. Here's what I came up with:
Stuck Like Glue
I really don't know why DH is so red in the larger picture, but such is life. I love this LO anyway! I used this sketch in creating it:
Fab, isn't it? I didn't get a chance to do any close up editing, maybe for the next post. There are a lot of fun little things going on on the page. I do have a challenge posted as well so be sure to head on over to MSW to check that out. I'll be blogging about it tomorrow? Well, that's the plan.
Well enough for tonight. I sure thank you for coming by and visiting me.