Monday, March 14, 2016

Sassy using Blue Fern Studio sketch and The Rubber Buggy :Products


Blue Fern Studio has their monthly sketch challenge up.(sketch below) I used Blue Fern Studio Deja Vu collection and other products from The Rubber Buggy. I am down to scraps now and  made my project Sassy. These are my 2 eldest grand daughters spending time together.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products
Paper: Blue Fern Studio Deja Vu Collection
Chipboard: Blue Fern Studio Cute Sweet Sassy, Grid pieces
Markers: Copics
Ink: Tim Holtz ranger
Flowers: Wild Craft Yellow open Roses 25mm
Other: stamp, ribbon, beads, stickers, pen




In the close ups you can view some of the details  in the sections. This one show the copic coloured chipboard behind photo with paper strips also. There is a sticker titel and a stamped butterfly. Also you can see the simple but fun ripped and matted section.


This section shows the addition of the ripped floral corner paper and down the side.


The addition of a floral clustered finished with a tied ribbon and note the strip of pearls bordering the photo.


Copic colouring chipboard allows for great combinations to match any paper.


Here is the central section for an overall view of the fabulous layers with colour and texture to highlight the great photo.

Thanks for visiting.. see you again soon,

9 comments:

Stephanie Bargelski said...

LOVE your sassy layout!! BL

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's so beautiful Bev
Gr Karin

Elisa Ablett said...

Love this one Bev, BL

Leslie said...

Pretty page! Love your use of the sketch!!

LisaM said...

Gorgeous photo and layout Bev! Love the touch with the purple bow!

Erin Reed said...

love those papers!! cute LO!! BL

Laura Cox {aka scrapaddict} said...

Love this....it's so pretty! BL

Valerie Serfozo said...

Bev, your layout is lovely. The colors in the paper really let the photo shine. Thank you for joining us at Blue Fern Studios for our sketch challenge this month.

Valerie Serfozo said...

Congratulations Bev! We have featured your layout on the Blue Fern Studios blog today.