Sunday, October 18, 2015

Follow Your Art

It's time for another reveal at My Creative Sketches, and here's this month's lovely sketch.

Using pieces of corrugated cardboard and papers from BoBunny and Prima Marketing, together with some floral vines also from Prima Marketing, I created this layout of my older DD, with photos taken during her recent trip to San Francisco and Los Angeles for an Animation and 3D Arts masterclass, hence the title.

Here are some close-ups.

I used my Martha Stewart Floral Vine Edge Punch on one of the edges ...

... and inked the corrugated cardboard pieces, and then brushed some distress stickles over them to give them a somewhat vintage look to match the papers.

Now, hop on over to the MCS blog for more inspiration, and have a look at the lovely prize that's been put together for this month's winner. Looking forward to seeing all of your wonderful layouts!

Materials used:
Patterned Papers - BoBunny Press - Weekend Market Collection (Rulers, Tapestry), Double Dot Designs (Decaf Vintage); Prima Marketing - Tea Thyme Collection (Linsey)
Flower and Vines - Prima Marketing - Divine Collection, Something Blue Collection (Best Man)
Paper Doily - BoBunny Press - Medium Doilies
Puncher - Martha Stewart Crafts - Deep Edge Punch (Floral Vine)
Stamp - Stampendous! Wooden Stamp - Follow Art
Mediums - Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Walnut Stain); Ranger - Distress Stickles (Old Paper), Ice Stickles (Crystal Ice); Archival Ink (Jet Black)
Twine - Vivi Gade (Natural Hemp)
Corrugated Cardboard
Adhesives - Beacon’s 3-In-1 Advanced Craft Glue, Kokuyo Dotliner, EK Success 3D-Dots

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