It is Wednesday again! 🙂 and this week marks the debut of Twisted Sketch #78 over at www.twistedsketches.com ! The twist for this week’s sketch was FRAME, any how or any way that inspires you to create. To view the sketch click HERE. I loved this sketch (but I love them all) and I loved the twist! Here is my interpretation!
Here is a photo taken of me by one of my friends on my wedding day on the way to the Myriad Gardens! Loved that old “gansta” car that we hired! I loved my dress too! and loved this photo because I felt it really captured the shine of the silk.
I did A LOT of “framing” on this…..from the large intricate frame that I cut out of the “Gothic” Creative Imaginations paper, the transparency frame used on/around the photo from Best Creations Inc., the special circle and border punch technique I did (see post on November 27, 2010 for details on how this was done), and the Pink Paislee “Artisan Elements” I used to frame in the photo.
Here are some more up-close detailed photos:
I “fussy-cut” (isn’t that a fab word 🙂 ) the flowers out of this beautiful paper that my mom gave me….I don’t know the manufacturer but I know she scored it at Michaels. If I can find out who makes this gorgeous paper I will up-date this post. Up-date 🙂 Thank you AMY! the paper is Ciao Bella by DCWV.
I used these gorgeous Pink Paislee “Artisan Element” dimensional stickers to frame in the photo, cutting some of them in half.
I pop-dotted the large frame so that it would give the page some dimension. And, like most layouts…I think it looks so much prettier in real life!
A complete list of supplies I used here include: Paper: Ciao Bella by DCWV, Creative Imagination’s “Gothic” by Marah Johnson, GCD’s Paris Nights, & pink paper (circle) from Anna Griffin; Martha Stewart’s “Deco” corner edge punch; Pink Paislee’s Artisan Elements; Best Creation Inc.’s transparency frames; tiny font Tim Holtz Ranger Distress Ink in Vintage Photo; & Kaiser Craft’s adhesive pearls.
Come on over to the www.twistedsketches.com site and join us in this sketch challenge! Be sure and up-load a direct link to your layout under the comment section on the Twisted Sketches site so that everyone can admire your awesomeness 🙂 I cannot wait to see your brilliant creations! TFL!
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HAVE A GREAT WEEK!