Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Choose Joy layout

I used a sketch from Let's Get Sketchy week 4 
for this fun layout of my two grandaughters Katie and Brittany.  
I used paper from  Hey Kid Pink Paislee, Washii tape and some embellishments from the 
$1 section at Michaels.  Great way to use up some scraps.  
I added a 5 and 3 sticker for their ages and inked the paper.  

This is the great sketch from Let's Get Sketchy week 4


14 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful & fun page!!! I love your pictures, colors & elements!!! Thank you for playing with us @LGS! :-))

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  2. Your grandaughters are adorable:) All the colors your added with pattern papers & washi tapes worked great! Thanks for sharing it with us @LGS!

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  3. This is such a pretty, bright layout. Thanks for playing along with us at LGS!

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  4. Fun page. Great job with the sketch. Thanks for playing at LGS.

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  5. Love the bright colour combo - Thanks for playing along with us at LGS

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  6. Sweet page ! Love the pictures and the colours. Thank you for joining us at LGS !

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  7. lovely&cute page!
    Thanks for joining in at Let's Get Sketchy.

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  8. Love those smiles and this cutie layout!! Thanks for joining our challenge at LGS :)

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  9. Such a fun page this is and love the way you used the wash tapes....thanks for playing with us at LGS:)

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  10. the photos are funny !! and colors give of pep !! love it! Thanks for playing at LGS :-)

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  11. Sweet pictures ! Love the bright colour!Thank you for playing with us at LGS !

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  12. A bright and fun page ! love the papers and the use of the banner, thanks for joining us at LGS :-)

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  13. What beautiful girls! Such a lovely take on the sketch! Thanks for joining us at LGS!

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  14. Love this sketch and love this layout Suz! The pictures of the girls are so cute, they are just growing up way to fast. I love the papers and embellishments you used. Hugs, Brenda

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