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Sketch N Scrap November Challenge

So I started following this great sketch blog sketchnscrap.blogspot.com and I LOVE the sketches!

This is the November Sketch:

And this is my take on it:


I used Graphic 45's The Magic of OZ paper. I love this paper and I have several pads! I chose to scrapbook some photos of my Aunt, my Mom, and my Grandmother outside the Gerswhin Theatre in New York City where we saw Wicked last October. I loved the show and we all had a great time!

For this layout I fussy cut some poppies, compasses, and cards from the paper. I used glossy accents and some gears on the compasses, stickles on the center of the poppies, and Tim Holtz Distress paint in Rock Candy on the cards.

Thanks for stopping by!-AR


 

 

 

Comments

  1. This is such a fun layout! Love this collection. Great job! Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

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  2. Super cute layout! Love the fussy cutting! Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

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  3. Fantastic and fun LO. Love the pp, colors, and bellies. WTG!!! Thanks for playing along with us at Sketch-N-Scrap.
    xxx

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  4. How fun! This Graphic 45 line is perfect for your layout! So cool! Thanks so much for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

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  5. Awesome page! I saw Wicked a few years ago in New York City & absolutely LOVED it ... you definitely did a great job of capturing the "essence" of the show with this layout. Thanks for playing along with us at Sketch N Scrap this month!

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  6. Fabulous take on the sketch and love those circles in the corner. Thanks for playing along with us at Sketch N Scrap! :)

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  7. Absolutely awesome page!!! LOVE the G45 papers!!!! Super job with the sketch :-)
    Thanks so much for joining us at Sketch N Scrap :-)

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  8. LOVE!! Oh my...what a great page! First I love the paper! Second, I love Wicked!! You did an awesome job with the sketch!! Thanks so much for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

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  9. Simply Awesome! I absolutely love this layout. Thank you for joining us at Sketch~n~Scrap!

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