Saturday, 19 October 2013

Scrapbook Saturday

It's free sketch week again over at Scrapbook Generation and I've based three layouts on its design this week.  Only one is pretty faithful to the sketch.
A page for the Boy Child's album about last term's Speech Day and receiving an award for outstanding progress.  All patterned paper is from project Life's Honey edition.  Gotta love that paper with the cameras on. I like the look of the stitched circles about a couple of stars, too.  
Another page for The Boy Child's album.  Somehow I missed recording his birthday this year.
I used the sketch in a mirror image for a double-page spread for our 2013 album about what happened when The Boy Child went to stay with Granny on his own during the summer holidays.
What have you been creating this week?

9 comments:

Ladkyis said...

I love the mirror image pages, what a clever idea. I think I might have to start using sketches again. I am reverting to my default of no embellishment again and I really do want to make some pages with more than just a matt and layered bit.

scrappyjacky said...

I,too, love the mirror image....works really well.

debs14 said...

I especially love the mirror image page - what a clever idea to document the two sides of the week.

alexa said...

I really like the way you replaced one of the photo,spaces with journalling - lovely effect both singly and doubly.

Denise said...

Lovely pages Ruth, he is looking so grown up - and the mirror image is a great idea x

Alison said...

Love what you've done with the sketch Ruth...think I'll pin this sketch!
Alison xx

Mel said...

This is an effective sketch and allows you to use lots of little pictures. I like the top one a lot and the mirror image is a great idea.

Kirsty.A said...

I love how different these all look. the double is my favourite - clever idea

Linda Jordan said...

Gorgeous pages! I especially love the mirror image pages, what a great idea!!

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