The latest sketch is now live over at www.twistedsketches.com. The “twist” for this week’s sketch was “pop-dots” any how or any way that inspires you to create. To view the sketch click HERE. Come on over and join in on this challenge…it’s a great sketch! Be sure and up-load a link to your creation directly under the sketch’s comment section so we can all admire your brilliance!
I decided to use actual Pop-Dots as a design element here. I used them on the swirls…for my flower center and as a border. I’m really happy with the effect and will probably use them again in this manner.
Also, a complete tutorial on making this “quilted” flower will be posted on Keandra Willis’ blog Kreatorville in the near future…I will post an update when that occurs.
Here are my 2 babies hiding under Daddy’s desk in his office, a favorite hiding place when they were younger.
Supplies for this layout include: blue polka-dotted paper from Echo Park; the bright pink paper is from Best Occasions, and the rest is all from the Paper Studio’s Poteeka Souflee. The pop-dots used here were also from the Paper Studio. The butterflies are Wall-Es. Other supplies include: Watermelon ink from CTMH, Tombow Adhesive, Timeless Touches paper piercer, and Janlynn embroidery floss.
Here are some close-up photos:
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