Tuesday, August 12, 2014

081214 CKC August Challenge #2 Sketch

The only thing more fun than putting my Counterfeit Kit Challenge blog kit together each month...

  ...is using it on the three challenges!

Challenge #2: Use this sketch
October Afternoon's Thursday Sketch

I gave it a bit of a squish & a stretch, with a little banner to start your eye off in the right place.
I used that wonderful Heidi Swapp Serendipity "New Day" sunburst paper as a background, with a little white pen work to enhance the sun rays & embellish a few of the circles on the sequined portions.

The other patterned paper is Basic Gray's Nook & Pantry "Placemats".

Next I stenciled stars in place of the chevrons in the sketch.

These areas will anchor my fussy-cut three part title.

More fun adding the bits & bobs that make it complete.
Some products & papers were as old as at least 2011!

Some detail shots from the page.

Had a lot of fun with this one!
Easy-peasy when you build the fun into your kit :~D


  1. Wonderful page - it is so cheerful!

  2. Very happy page indeed. Nicely scrapped.

  3. Super cute page love what you did with the sketch :)

  4. Fussy cut queen strikes again. I didn't realize that you had fussy cut that on first look. What a clever way to create your title. And the photos? So fun to see little Miss C so busy at work. Such a happy layout.

  5. what a fabulous page - from the great use of that gorgeous background paper (so clever to enhance with white pen), through to the cute banner, the star stencil and of course those über-cute phtoos! what a winner!

  6. Beautiful sunny page! I love the way you stretched the sketch-and the stenciling is lovely too!

  7. The squish and the stretch works well - great colours, so much fab stuff to catch my eye - love the close up shots - off to look again :)

  8. Leslie, passing thru following our return from vacation/holiday for a few weeks. So glad to be catching up with what some of my fave scrappers online have been up to ;) xxxx


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