Friday, November 15, 2013

Inspired Blueprints | Sketch 110

Good Morning, another sketch reveal for Inspired Blueprints today with sketch 110. With this layout there is plenty of ways to make this your own as you will see from our lovely Design Team this week. A perfect layout to for you all to use those photo that we take on our phones too.

Layout by Naomi Isobe
Naomi has created a stunning layout, with lots of layers and different embellishments. Don't you just love it with the red and a touch of navy perfect for her son.

Layout by Renee Miller
Renee felt the challenge this week, she used the elements that were in the sketch, but used the envelope as another area to add embellishments and text. The photo she used was a little over sized for the sketch, but stretched it to fit the sketch.. and what a great result!!

Layout by Norine Borys
Norine loved working with this sketch and would have liked to have taken it in several different directions!  She had  to keep telling herself, "there will be other sketches you'll like just as much".
Norine has made her quadrant irregular to include the tall photo, a tag, and two journal squares and has kept the page fairly clean and organic.

Layout by Fiona Johnstone
Fiona has dissected the sketch into 4 and spaced the pieces slightly apart and smaller by using 3x4 cards & polaroids. She has left off the pocket but added a large chipboard title to connect the 4 sections.

Layout by Alina Bartan
Alina this week has been inspired by this sketch "its super easy to play with". She has used a bigger photo and leftover papers in different sizes.

Layout by Leigh Penner
Leigh has closely to the sketch, but instead of a pocket, Leigh has used a journaling tag and embellished it with some buttons and twine and she has also placed her title at the bottom of the layout instead of across the centre.

Layout by Steffanie Seiler
Steffanie has moved her photo to the left side so that her subject would be looking toward the centre of her layout, rather than off the page.  She has used an extended title which took up most of the bottom of her page. All of Stefanie's journaling is contained on the tag which is then tucked into the library pocket.

Layout by Linda Zanotto
Linda has used a 6x4 portrait photo in place of the square 4x4 and moved the rest of the sketch down to fit the page.  She also replaced the pocket journal tag with a plain journal tag.  Photo by: Beth Tahiri Photography.

 Layout by Lisa Warren
Lisa has stayed true to the sketch this week and rather than add the journaling on the tags in the pocket she has showed it off telling the story of the photo.

Layout by Cassie Wiscarson
Cassie loves that this sketch, as it seems made for the instagram sized photos.  Instead of adding her journaling to the square she has put it on a card in the little folder.  She has also added embellishments along the washi tape for a little more pop.

Layout by Rikki Graziani
Rikki has worked with a 6x4 photo and has used the tag over the photo to make it look like a 4x4 photo. She wanted to make the photo the star of the page and has dropped of the bottom square and kept the embellishments simple.

Layout by Sarah Wilkins
Sarah loved this sketch this week and she just had to join in.... and she has shared with us why this layout is so special to her..... "This photo is quiet significant as it is a photo of my youngest Sam at his school sports day.  Sam is Autistic and attends a special needs school.  I don't always get lots of information home from school as Sam can be unreliable, not only did Sam not tell me when sports day was, the school didn't tell me either - I never miss a sports day! I was so upset I missed it.  Thankfully a teacher took this photo of him.  This is the only one I have and this would have looked rather lost on a 12 x 12 page, but thanks to this lovely sketch it worked so well with this photo - I have used Basic Grey Bowties paper collection.  I have used the pocket and tag to journal about that I missed the sports day so it is hidden, but the main journal box records how proud we are of him"

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Here's sketch 110 again...we're looking forward to seeing your takes!