The 1st Sketch of March
Happy March and welcome to the first challenge of the month. This is also the first challenge for our International Challenge team. The team created with a sketch by Crystal Schneider. It is a two page sketch but some of the DT members were able to be creative and make it into a one page.
Lenny used the left side in a very creative way!
She also used the left side but the three
little squares became part of her title.
Svitlana created a beautiful two page
layout adapting the sketch as necessary.
Terhi combined all the elements from the two page into a one page
layout. Do you see the strip, squares and circles? Lovely!
Rachel was thrilled to work with a two page sketch.
It was a great way for her to showcase these adorable
first day pictures.
Now let's see how you interpret the sketch!!!!
Hope you will play along.
Great sketch and beautiful layouts!ReplyDelete
Loving the sketch and loving what everyone created with it!!!ReplyDelete
Great sketch and DT inspiration :)ReplyDelete
awesome sketch and love the inspirationReplyDelete
Fun layouts teamies!!ReplyDelete
So fun to see all these different takes on that one sketch!!
FAB job everyone!
Love the layouts! These make me wish I had time to go back to mine...someday I will :)ReplyDelete
I love that sketch. I have always been a double page scrapper and it is only since I discovered mixed media that I have gone to single layouts... actually I lie it was when I discovered CSI that I started with singles but there was lots of mm in the gallery. Less daunting some how. I have the perfect pics for this layout. Hope to play along this week. :DReplyDelete
These are so nice. Thinking about playing along with this one. I don't see a link up though. Am I missing it?ReplyDelete
Thanks for the heads up, Kristen. It is there now!!!Delete
Awesome 2 page sketch! Awesome job ladies using the sketch!ReplyDelete
fabulous work ladies! LOVE love love this new sketch and that it is a two pager, I haven't done one of those in a while, eekkk!!!ReplyDelete
Great sketch and fun ideas from the designers. I took a literal approach and love the results. Thanks for the fun!ReplyDelete