Hello everyone, Monika here. Welcome in a first day of "Week with Sketches" week. I'd like to invite you to spend with me five days on this blog, and I will show you some sketches with layouts made with them. I hope that you will find the sketches inspirational and useful.
So let's start.
For every beginner, but also for those who have been scrapping for years, a sketch is always a good way to find quick inspiration. It's a great way to make a layout when you don't have an idea how to start, or how to compose a page.
On the internet you can find a lot of sketches, challenge blogs etc, but in this week, I will show you sketches prepared by me, with compositions I like the most. I also asked girls from WCS DT to make some layouts based on those sketches.
Here is sketch No.1.
When you have more than one photo, or you have a short story to tell, but don't want to make an album with that, the first sketch is just for you!
You can use two smaller photos, or even three (as I did). It's good to built some layers, do some sewing and splatters with ink or paint.
This is my take on this sketch:
There is my other project made with similar composition:
This is Jennie's layout.
Jennie says: This style of sketch, with more than one photo in a strip -- is exactly my style. However, with the elements running along the bottom of the page, it changes up the look immensely!
And Marnie's layout:
Marnie says: This was a fun sketch! I liked having everything along the bottom. I actually think it gives the photos more prominence than if they were across the middle!
As you can see this is very fun sketch, and easy to use. If you will use it, please let us know and leave link in comments. If you prefer, you may download a layered template here.
See you tomorrow!