TGIS (S = Saturday), everyone!! Got any special plans for the weekend? By the time you’re reading this, I’m recovering from my four year old’s third and last birthday party – LOL! It happened so this year that we had to spread the event between the family and friends. I’m glad birthdays come only once a year… lol, but we had heaps of fun none the less and a certain big girl is very happy 🙂
Thank you for joining me for the last week’s sketch, how fun wait it to see so many different takes on that simple layout! That’s one of the things that never get old – there’s never a limit to the number of unique interpretations of an inspiration piece. I love simple, timeless layouts especially, because every time I reach for one, I end up with a totally different outcome. Makes it all the more fun, huh?
I hope you’ll like this week’s offering, can’t wait to see what you make of it!!
It’s my pleasure to welcome my awesome friend and music connoisseur, Tenia of Jazzy Paper Designs, as a Sketchbook Saturday Guest Designer! Pop in to her blog, to see what awesomeness she’s got up her sleeve today 🙂
My eclectic card below… I strongly felt like cutting into my pretty patterned papers, which I ADORE and hoard as always, but don’t seem to use as often any more. I combined some My Mind’s Eye & Teresa Collins papers, and added the stamped bits, from the wonder of the Inkadinkado mini set, Reach For The Sky. I love it. So, so much. Funny how some brands never seem to make it to the “trend-o-sphere” even though their designs rock. Inkadinkado seems to be one of them. I own some of their stamps but they never get much use as I seem to reach for the more ‘mainstream’ stuff more often.
*making a mental note to myself, on how I surely can do better than that. Ha!
The flutterby was coloured with Copics and I added dots with a white gel pen to its wings (this one, awesome stuff). What do you think? 🙂
If you would like to play along:
– Share the link to your creation via the Inlinkz widget below, so that I can come and check it out!