Hello and Happy Friday! It’s Team A’s turn on the ScrapMuch? blog again, this time with a one page layout.
Since I have a birthday looming I figured it was fitting to do a layout from a birthday I celebrated just a year ago *wink wink*.
And here is my take on the sketch:
Supplies used: Cardstock-Bazzill Basics; Patterned Paper-October Afternoon; Feather-Bella Blvd; Sequins-Teresa Collins; Border Punch-EK Success; Crochet Flowers-Stampin’ UP!; Enamel Dots-Teresa Collins; Wordfetti-Teresa Collins; Thickers-American Crafts; Journaling Spot-Teresa Collins; Roller Stamp-American Crafts Dear Lizzy; Ink-Stampin’ UP!; Ribbon-Stash (Purchased at the totally amazing Ruffler’s Roost in Arizona!).
I think it was last month(?) there was a submission to the ScrapMuch? Sketch-y Friday challenge by a scrapper who used their stash of October Afternoon Cakewalk and I commented I felt like I should stop hoarding my stash and use it. And here we are… I definitely still have some Cakewalk left because it was a little too cutesy to use on this layout (yes, really!). I stuck with a pink palette because it’s my favourite colour. I actually found this sketch a bit challenging because of the “wraparound” look/feel and I’ve never done a layout with this type of sketch, so I stuck pretty true to the image with a few small additions.
So what can I say about this layout? I think this was the last time I shared a same room with both my parents together. This was a family dinner party held a little before the day because I was spending the actual day at Le Blanc Spa Resort in Cancun. I found 30 to be a very difficult and challenging birthday, and I journaled about it in the hidden journaling spot. Let’s just say I’m definitely glad I’m never turning 30 ever again!
So now it’s your turn, of course! Hop on over to the ScrapMuch? blog for some Team A inspiration, make your own creation and share it with us for a chance to win a ScrapMuch? prize!
Here is a run down of our Sketch-y Friday rules. Just link up your creations in our sidebar to be entered into a random draw for our monthly prize. You have until January 29th, at midnight to participate in any of January’s sketch challenges, each linkup tool will remain open until that date!
If you are playing along with more than one challenge you will need to link each of them up via a separate blog post for the link up tool to work. (International participants may be required to pay some shipping fees.) Good luck, we cannot wait to see what you create!
*note – If you are playing along using Flickr the team will no longer be leaving comments, due to changes in Flickr policies and passwords. However, we will be checking out your entries for sure and you are definitely eligible for the prize draw. Our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Thanks so much for popping by and have a fabulous weekend!