We're having a sketch challenge over at Everything Scrapp'n! I love sketch challenges and how each person can interpret it in such a different way. We are offering up a prize too. For a chance to win, participate in the sketch challenge by posting your take in the comments section
And here is the sketch:I rotated the sketch 90 degrees to work with my 12x12 page. I had to dig deep down to find a Halloween photo that I hadn't scrapped. I came up with a photo taken at a wonderful Halloween party thrown by my friend Troy and his room mates back in 2003! We had a little photo shoot before the party started. I had so much fun watching them decorate for the party. I loved that they put up black lights, clear shower curtains, some type of red food (to look like blood) and a tape outline of a body strewn on the floor.
I adore the chipboard alphas in the four newest releases by Pink Paislee. They have so much fun and personality.
Products used: Pink Paislee Twilight Dusk pp, Twilight Eclipse pp, Twilight Nightfall pp, Twilight Postcards, Twilight Sunset pp, Twilight press ons, Twilight Border stickers, Pink Paislee Expressions Glitter alpha chipboard-Limeade, Prima Say It In Pearls, Mixed Crystals-white, Prima E rhinestones-orange, Hambly Halloween rub ons-black, My Little Shoebox mini alpha stickers-black, Bubbly Schnooks Say What Jargon tags, Inkadinkadoo Clear stamp-Happy Halloween, 7gypsies Black arrow turner, Martha Stewart Border punch scallop dot, Staz On Ink-jet black, water color-black, Sakura Gelly Glaze pen-black, & Making Memories date stamp.
I made Lisa this fall themed Birthday card using the Amber Road line by Pink Paislee. I love the punch out embellishments that work great for cards, journaling, or adding more layers.
I made this card for an upcoming birthday this fall. I'm completely in love with the postmark themes this year!
This die cut paper is perfect for decorative edges.
Thanks for taking a peek at my creations.