Friday, March 8, 2013

Inspired Blueprints | Sketch 86

Welcome to back to Inspired Blueprints! We hope you're having a lovely Friday, wherever you are in the world. Today's sketch features one 6x8 photo, which can easily be manipulated to suit the photos you have in your you will see with this week's design team reveals...

Layout by Chloe Nielsen
Chloe has shrunk the size of the sketch so that she's able to have more white space around her photo and cluster of embellishments.

Layout by Azumi Izuno
Azumi has stayed true to the sketch, however she's swapped out the 6x8 photo for one significantly smaller.

Layout by Dana Tatar
Dana has swapped out the two doilies for a funky fractal! The shape reminded her of a wave...perfect for this vintage beach page.

Layout by Jolanda van Pareren
Jolanda has added extra dimension behind her photo using paint and tulle.

Layout by Gail Lindner
To give the sketch a more "boyish" feel, Gail swapped out the doilies to circles cut in her background cardstock, then added patterned paper behind. A third circle cut out was added where the accents were placed on the right of the layout.

Layout by Linda Zanotto
Linda has stayed fairly true to the sketch, eliminating the doilies to give it a more masculine feel.

Layout by Lisa Warren
Lisa has taken inspiration for her title from the popular television show MasterChef for this layout of her son learning to cook. The layout itself was the inspiration for this week's sketch.

Layout by Tessa Wise
Tessa has swapped out the 6x8 photo for two 6x4! Her fun title is actually an autograph from the green army man himself...a great way to incorporate memorabilia into your layout!

Layout by Amanda Lawrence
Amanda has created this pretty pastel number featuring a series of six photos of her darling daughter learning to walk. Swapping out the 6x8 photo for several smaller photos is a great way to showcase a sequence.
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