What a lovely gallery we had this month! With color as a theme, we couldn't really quite go wrong, could we? With 24 lovely color palettes there was really so much to love. And the layouts were perfect inspiration pieces for our scrapbook challenges.
This month, I put a sketch together based upon Kate's layout.
I thought the collection of photos, title, and journaling blocks were a wonderful foundation for a sketch. I love sketches with more than one photo as I am not so good at that on my own, and this one was so much more than just my regular old grid--I was excited to put it together.
I used the new Glitz Finnley line. Love it!
Lisa used the sketch to make layout celebrating her garden. Mmm. I wish I lived closer!
Sue's take on the sketch looks so different--it never ceases to amaze me how that happens.
Sue has such an eye for mixing patterns, don't you think??
The versatility of this sketch shines brightly when you add Stephanie's sketch layout into the mix.With its whites and greys, you mightn't even recognize it as the same sketch as Lisa and Sue. Love that!
I hope you enjoy the sketch this month. If you would like to download a layered template you may do so here (12x12) or here (8.5x11). As always, please leave us a comment with a link if you take a turn with the sketch so that we might see your good works!
This month we didn't create a new color palette for you, as we already had 24 to choose from. I did put them all together for you, though, so you could get dizzy from the wonder!
Stephanie made use of Jina's lovely palette to create her layout.
Sue's layout using the sketch, also used Laura's color palette. Here it is again with the palette below.
I used Christa's palette as a basis for my layout.
Is there a color palette that spoke to you? I hope you can right click and save the color palettes and refer to them often.
Christine created this month's cut file based upon Ann's layout
Here it the cut file:
You may download it here.
AmyS used the cut file to create this lovely layout:
Amy painted a scrap of white card stock with different shades of green paint, then cut the numbers (and some of the title letters) with the Silhouette after the paint had dried. Clever!
Please enjoy the cut file!
That's it! I am so happy that you stopped by and that we could work on some layouts together. I hope that you feel inspired by our gallery and that you will enjoy the colors, designs, and trends you find there!
Enjoy your day!
And don't forget to link your layout when you make one!