Something fun and totally different from me today! Taylor made this really fun sketch that I just knew I had to do something "different". This is for my daughter's locker. She is in high school this year (grade 9) and I thought it would make her smile when she opened her locker.
The chipboard piece is from Crafty Secrets and I covered it with my new Melissa Frances paper.
I laid down a Tim Holtz mask and airbrushed the pattern in with my Y21 marker.
I did all the stitching and laying down my elements BEFORE adhering it to my chipboard piece.
I thought the stitching followed the sketch pretty well. The rest well.....
A couple of my favorite elements are this picture of Marie. I took it when we visited the Calgary Zoo this summer. I just resized it, printed it on my printer and then framed it! Take time to read the little rub on quote too....love that Dr. Suess!
Thanks for indulging me in a little bit of abstract thinking today in regards to the sketch! I sure had fun!
Here are my project details:
On the Desk (Rummage Bin) by Cornish Heritage Farms
Vintage Photo (Ranger), Emerald Versamark (Tsukineko)
Patterned Paper (Melissa Frances)
Airbrush System (Copic), Flourish Mask (Tim Holtz), Chipboard (Crafty Secrets)
Frame, rub-on, glitter letter (Melissa Frances)
Button (Making Memories)
Here is the sketch so you can play along in TAYLOR'S challenge.
Don't forget to see what the rest of the sketch crew came up with:
Jami Sibley: More is More
Monika Davis: M.A.D. Stamper
Donna Baker: Serenity in Stamping
Jackie Pedro: The Scalloped Edge
Lynn Mercurio: Stamperosity