Monday, October 21, 2013

Game On - Layout

Up with another layout using an Scrapbook Generation sketch. This time from the class Photo Arrangement Replay, if you've never taken this class I highly recommend it. To be honest I hesitated before deciding to take this class but I'm so glad I did. It's been my favorite Scrapbook Generation class to date. Here is the info.

When you think about it there are only so many photo arrangements that are possible with scrapbooking. Especially if you like to use the same size often or even exclusively (like 4 x 6") This class focuses on using the same photo arrangement multiple times and getting different looks by changing up the designs around the photos. The idea is to get the most out of photo arrangements and save time without ending up with layouts that look exactly the same. Includes 20 two-page sketches with four different photo arrangements, (each photo arrangement has five sketches with completely different designs) 12 layout examples, 5 bonus photo arrangements for you to practice with, and a 11 page PDF of instructions filled with design ideas and tips.

I'm a little behind so we are starting with the current week, 3. I chose to do my own thing, there are "naked" sketches to use if you want to play around a bit.

Game On
This is my niece's first year, and probably only from what she's said, to play volleyball. I went slightly overboard in buying themed products, what can I say, I'm a proud aunt. The monochromatic look was looking rather blah to be at first but when I decided to try out some Tim Holtz mirror sheets it all came together. Those sheets are amazing they appear to be true mirrors. I tried to get a close-up to show how great they look but it doesn't come close to how great they look in person.

Game On Title Close-up

A word of warning, Thickers stick very well. Don't ask me how I know.

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