Scrapping Everyday Miracles – March Sketch

It is that time again when we release a new set of three challenges at the Scrapping Everyday Miracles Challenge Blog.  This month I have created a layout using the Layout Sketch which is very versatile to say the least.

I have used one of my favourite photographs of Milton from 2013 on this layout.  It was actually April 1st when we went to Tannum Sands for this impromptu photo shoot – and I love the results.

Scrapping Everyday Miracles - March 2014 Layout Sketch - Alicia Redshaw

I have used the new Hazel & Ruby Gone Typo (which is available instore at Scrapbook Fantasies) range along with a piece of cardstock that I had already misted and stuck back in my stash.  Who know what I was doing when I misted the cardstock, but I love the results.

Scrapping Everyday Miracles - March 2014 Layout Sketch - Alicia Redshaw

As you can tell I turned the sketch on it’s side and adjusted the size of a couple of elements to help with the flow of my layout.

Scrapping Everyday Miracles - March 2014 Layout Sketch - Alicia Redshaw

I have also used the layout framing technique that I posted a tutorial about at the Scrapping Everyday Miracles Blog last month – here.

Scrapping Everyday Miracles - March 2014 Layout Sketch - Alicia Redshaw

And now for the sketch I used:

Scrapping Everyday Miracles - March 2014 Layout Sketch

I would highly recommend popping over to Scapping Everyday Miracles and checking out all three challenges, what the Design Team have done with them and possibly having a go yourself.

Products used:
Patterned papers – Hazel & Ruby Gone Typo
Numbers – American Crafts Thickers
Cardstock – Bazzill (Lily White)
Mist – Lindy’s Stamp Gang
Ink – Versacolor (Pinecone)
Other – Edge Distresser

Alicia Redshaw

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