Today is a new reveal day at Let's Get Sketchy! Team B is up for our first reveal of the month, using an adorable sketch by Brenshevia. I've been getting a little bored with my regular photos lately, so for this layout I chose photos from when I was a little girl. I'm trying to scan some older photos, but of course, my Scanner is on the fritz, so it's been a slow process. Here's a look at what I created:
I attempted something on this layout, that I don't usually do...watercolor. Don't get me wrong, I love the look of watercolors, I just don't like what it does to my paper. The wrinkling drives me crazy. But, I decided to throw caution to the wind and diluted some Mister Huey's Mint Julep mist with water and painted it in the background. It added a subtle look, which I am okay with and I loved the end result. I changed up the sketch by using two vertical photos in place of the horizontal half photo placement. And I'm not really sure where those circles came from, but I kept wanting to add some stitching and couldn't really figure out how to incorporate it. Then I thought, "why not faux stitching?"...so I grabbed a cup and started doodling some faux stitched overlapping circles. And as you can tell, I like to use a more modern look with my heritage/vintage photos. I mixed some My Mind's Eye, American Crafts, Jillibean Soup, and Chic Tags to create the look on my layout.
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Supplies: Patterned Paper: My Mind's Eye & American Crafts; Stickers & Enamel Dots: My Mind's Eye; Printables: Chic Tags; Color Shine: Heidi Swapp; Wood Veneers & Stamp: Studio Calico; Ink: Close to My Heart & Stampin' Up; Bits & Letter Stickers: Jillibean Soup; Thickers & Word Stamp: American Crafts; Other: Binder Clip