Monday, September 9, 2013

another sketch from Scrapbook Challenges...

Hello and welcome to my scrappy space! I've got another sketch from Scrapbook Challenges here for you today. Remember that every Monday we release another great sketch and this week you are in for a treat as we've got a double-page sketch! 

I had some photos that were screaming my name from a recent baseball tournament down in Tacoma Washington. 

My son is a true baseball fan and player and he loves to steal...whenever he can...but unfortunately for the other team he is FAST! So it's not very often that he gets caught out on a steal or on his lead-offs from the bag...

One of the things I LOVE about Close o My Heart's cardstock is that it's white when I want to sand it or distress it I can see this awesome contrast!

Now if you've been with me for long you would know that I love all manufacturers of Scrappy stuff...I've been getting the Studio Calico Project Life kits for quite a few months now and in one of my recent kits I got these awesome cork adhesive asterisks! Aren't they fantastic?!!

You can also see in the photo above that I have sanded the edges of the photos, which makes them stand out against the black CS base nicely and adds a little roughness to them for this baseball layout ;)

Love mixing up my title with various alpha fonts and stickers...adds a great connection of colours to this page and it's a great way to add some interest too! My arrows are an assortment from CTMH, Studio Calico and Freckled I said, I love to mix it up!

Here's the sketch:

Thanks so much for stoppin' by today!

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1 comment:

  1. Kristine I love this sketch and I love the layout you created with it. Strong and masculine... great for a baseball layout.



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