Monday, April 23, 2012

Pages from a Sketch

I know that sketches are nothing new, but every now and then I need a reminder that a sketch is a very useful tool when creating pages.  I made the pages using the sketch from "Sketches for Scrapbooking, Vol. 1" this weekend.  It took me about a half hour each to make the pages.  I still need to do the journaling but for simple pages they make me happy. 

The reason I did the different pages was to demonstrate to  my Scrapbook Basics class the flexibility and range of choice a sketch gives you. The top two pages used Graphic 45 "The Magic of Oz" paper.  The third page used Pink Paislee Nantucket paper.  Every one of them uses the left side of the sketch.   To be honest I had never done anything like this before and to see how versatile one sketch could be was a lesson for me as well.

1 comment:

JoEtta Zabel said...

Cute pages. I quit scrapbooking, gave all my stuff away...I know silly me...but I just couldn't stay focused long enough to get anything done...but are always getting better and better.
Hope you are well. I started both of my blogs back up so check them out when you have time.