Friday, April 17, 2009

Have you ever used a sketch?

A sketch is a simple drawing of a scrapbook layout that outlines an idea of where to place photos, papers and embellishments.

Lila's always has a sketch and sketch based layout featured in her store (usually on the front table) and a number of examples from the past (on the back bulletin board and in an album you can ask to see).

This Easter page is her current sketch layout. If you purchase paper to make this layout (2 background cardstock, one other cardstock, optional photo mat cardstock, and 2 different patterned papers) you may ask for a copy of this sketch for free. She can also build you a kit that includes all the embellishments, ribbons and these papers if you ask.

But a sketch is just a starting point. Change your layout to meet your needs! Here I switched the pages around, added another picture and some journaling, and turned one photo.

Or, a one page layout may be enough for you:

And then, with all your paper, ribbon and sticker scraps? Make some cards!

This is the fun rub-on "Glitter Foil Flock" that is featured just inside the door. It's easy to use, there are lots of designs and colors to choose from, and it adds a nice touch to your project.

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